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Best Bistros in Causeway Bay


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A photo of Zi 只 restaurant
Price: Moderate
• Bistro • Tsim Sha Tsui
Waffles simply don’t come any better than this. Zi has plenty of style, its chic decor and modern leather furniture creating a mood the envy of any Tsim Sha Tsui cafe longing for that lounged out ‘laxed vibe – but their waffles have even more class. We’re talking chocolate-scented Japanese mochi-based waffles sprinkled with puffed rice, classic strawberries and cream or bamboo charcoal waffles with homemade rose strawberry jam and Movenpick vanilla ice cream, each more photo-worthy than the last. The menu goes a lot further than waffles at Zi, too, with their signature mushroom tagliatelle with black truffle worthy of mention, and their coffee and tea is several levels above the Hong Kong standard. Zi is just off Chatham Road in the Wai Wah Building on Granville Road – mark it boldly on your map if you like the idea of waffle heaven.
A photo of Cova Ristorante & Caffe - Admiralty restaurant
Price: Moderate
• Bistro • Admiralty
Cova Ristorante & Caffe in Admiralty is a stylish Italian-inspired eatery located within Pacific Place – one of Hong Kong’s most well-known lifestyle centres. Guests lucky enough to dine at Cova are guaranteed to be treated to an incredible display of hospitality from the moment they walk through the door, and the quality of food on offer is second to none. A whole host of delicious pasta and risotto dishes can be sampled as a main course, whilst the selection of desserts, cakes and chocolate-based treats on offer is simply sensational. A short stroll away from Admiralty MRT station, Cova Ristorante & Caffe on Queensway is an ideal venue for a lunchtime bite or a well-earned dinner after a spot of retail therapy.
A photo of Peace restaurant
Price: Moderate
• Bistro • Causeway Bay
A photo of Garden Meow 喵一下 restaurant
Price: Moderate
• Bistro • Mid-Levels
A breath of fresh air on the city’s dining scene, Garden Meow is a multi-concept space with real character. The team at this Aberdeen Street spot are incredibly passionate about authentic Taiwanese food and the venue’s menu is a joy to behold. Whether you choose to order Wanluan pig knuckle with vermicelli or opt instead for the chicken smoked in oolong tea, you are sure to be amazed by the cooking skills on show. If you can peel yourself away from the gorgeous Taiwanese food, you can marvel at Garden Meow’s impressive selection of books and independent magazines. Conveniently located at PMQ in Central, Garden Meow is the perfect place to eat an amazing Asian meal whilst getting lost in a good novel. Reservations are essential.
A photo of Artisan Lounge restaurant
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Price: Moderate
• Bistro • Tsim Sha Tsui
Luxury runs through the veins of Artisan Lounge in Hong Kong. The venue offers all-day high-tea, a fully stocked bar and also a retail area where you can buy fine teas and other items to take home. Located in the K11 Musea in Tsim Sha Tsui, you can dine in style surrounded by the buzz of K11 Musea’s shopping experience.
A photo of Cova Ristorante & Caffe - Central restaurant
Price: Moderate
• Bistro • Mid-Levels
Whether you’re in the mood for high-quality Italian cuisine or coffee and cake with your friends, Cova Ristorante & Caffe in Central Hong Kong is the place for you. This opulent restaurant and cafe specialises in mouth-watering Italian and European cuisine, and you’ll love the range of dishes on offer. We love starting with the cured salmon and fennel salad or deep-fried assorted seafood, before sampling the handmade panini with lobster; vegetarian lasagna or Milanese veal cutlet served with fried potatoes. Delicious, flavoursome and creative, Cova Ristorante & Caffe on Chater Road in Hong Kong won’t disappoint. Be sure to save room for dessert though – the signature tiramisu is one of our favourites!
A photo of Marina Kitchen and Marina Cafe restaurant
Price: Very Expensive
• Bistro • Wong Chuk Hang
From the open interactive kitchens with a splendid seafood station to the designated kids dessert and ice-cream station. The buffet offers quality food drawing inspiration from all over the world, think of it as a fine-dining all-you-can-eat experience.
A photo of The 5B Private Corner restaurant
Price: Moderate
• Bistro • Tsuen Wan New Town
With mismatched retro-style decor and a bookshelf stacked with books, Hong Kong’s The 5B Private Corner provides the perfect space to chill up with friends, or cosy up with your laptop or a novel. The cuisine on offer here is delicious too, ranging from gourmet beef burgers piled high with toppings and casual snacks like paninis to an array of pastas like the mixed mushroom spaghetti with truffle sauce, and main course dishes like the pan-fried Spanish black pork. Whether it is for a three-course meal or some speciality coffee sided with some home-baked cake or dessert, The 5B Private Corner on the fifth floor of the Tsuen Tung Factory Building on Chai Wan Kok Street is the ideal location. Just remember to book in advance to score one of the best seats at this hip Tsuen Wan hangout!
A photo of The BASE nature restaurant
Price: Moderate
• Bistro • Tsuen Wan New Town
An all-day eatery with a loyal following of fans, The BASE nature is home to a treasure chest of Western delights. Whether you choose to sample an indulgent beef cheek bourguignon or opt instead to treat yourself to a flavourful Spanish paella with prawns and blue mussels, you’re sure to be in for a memorable meal. Conveniently located in the Citywalk shopping mall in Tsuen Wan, The BASE nature is the perfect place to refuel following a spot of retail therapy. Dining out at The BASE nature is a delight for your taste buds and your bank balance, so we recommend snapping up a table reservation at the first possible opportunity.
A photo of TAP: The Ale Project - The Mills restaurant
Price: Moderate
• Bistro • Tsuen Wan New Town
TAP: The Ale Project in Hong Kong is an absolute haven for beer enthusiasts. Experts when it comes to craft beer and specialty coffee, the team at this Pak Tin Par Street venue take great pride in their work. Together with its sister location in Mong Kok, TAP aims to introduce diners to ales and lagers from some of Hong Kong’s finest breweries. The food on offer is also of the highest quality, with plenty of classic Western dishes found on the menu. Located in The Mills in Tsuen Wan, TAP is a great place in which to grab an ice-cold beer after a spot of well-earned retail therapy. Whether you are a beer aficionado or simply looking to enjoy a few drinks with friends, you can’t go wrong with a table reservation at TAP: The Ale Project!
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