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Best British Restaurants in Happy Valley

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A photo of Palm Court - The Langham, Hong Kong restaurant
4.1
Excellent(49)
Price: Expensive
• British • Tsim Sha Tsui
Palm Court is a fresh and elegant space that serves as a dramatic backdrop to the lobby, featuring natural stone flooring and painted timber columns that showcase a traditional yet luxurious finish. Restyled after its namesake at The Langham, London where traditional English afternoon tea was served over 150 years ago, Palm Court pays tribute to its heritage with a bespoke version of the tradition – “The Langham Afternoon Tea with Wedgwood” – serving Wedgwood specialty teas in tailor-made “Langham Rose” Wedgwood tea ware with a special menu created by our culinary experts. Elevating the experience with delicate confections and savoury pleasures, the world of Wedgwood comes to the Langham, Hong Kong.
A photo of Wagyu restaurant
4.0
Excellent(26)
Price: Moderate
• British • Mid-Levels
Wagyu in Hong Kong is so much more than just a steakhouse. The menu boasts a wide range of internationally inspired dishes such as seafood, salads, pasta, pizza and more. You will also find the world famous Australian Wagyu steak there – which is celebrated for its distinct marbling, flavour and tenderness. Located in the Centrium Building on Wyndham Street in the Lan Kwai Fong district, this spot is stylish and modern in its decor and top of the class in service. And, if that’s not enough to convince you, then how does the Death By Chocolate dessert sound, other than delicious? Wagyu is well worth a visit, just don’t forget to make a reservation first.
A photo of BRICK LANE @Causeway Bay restaurant
4.3
Awesome(1)
Price: Expensive
• British • Wan Chai
Modelled off the actual Brick Lane in East London, BRICK LANE’s setting is alluring and chic, with its iconic wall-mounted white ghost bike, conjure a perfect cool urban setting for diners to respite and enjoy British fare that would bring any Londoner home, from all day big breakfast to fish and chips, eggs benedict to weekend roast, Guinness pie to red velvet cake.BRICK LANE @Causeway is conveniently located in a shopping and business hub, making it a cool and calm oasis for shoppers to recuperate in the between or after vigorous shopping to catch a good glimpse of the city view of metropolitan Hong Kong.
A photo of Shoreditch restaurant
4.3
Awesome(102)
Price: Moderate
• British • Kennedy Town
As if to consolidate the historical British-Hong Kong connection before it withers away entirely, Kennedy Town’s Shoreditch brings a little of East London’s famed (gastro)pub culture to Catchick Street. Of course, we aren’t talking your average boozer here – Shoreditch sits a notch up; a gastropub and British restaurant of the type now common in its namesake district back in London. Expect unusual, gourmet British food served up in an eccentrically decorated, relaxed environment – with, naturally, plenty of crafty drink to wash it all down.
A photo of BRICK LANE @Admiralty restaurant
4.3
Awesome(1)
Price: Expensive
• British • Admiralty
Modelled off the actual Brick Lane in East London, BRICK LANE’s setting is alluring and chic, with its iconic wall-mounted white ghost bike, conjure a perfect cool urban setting for diners to respite and enjoy British fare that would bring any Londoner home, from all day big breakfast to fish and chips, eggs benedict to weekend roast, Guinness pie to red velvet cake.BRICK LANE Admiralty offers spacious and scenic al fresco dining experience. It is conveniently located in the central business district, and is one of the best places to view festive fireworks display in Hong Kong.
A photo of The Dispensary restaurant
4.0
Excellent(3)
Price: Very Expensive
• British • Mid-Levels
An alluring lounge bar that sits between the east and west wing restaurants on the top floor of the old Police Headquarters Building in Tai Kwun.
A photo of Aberdeen Street Social restaurant
3.9
Excellent(76)
Price: Moderate
• British • Mid-Levels
Aberdeen Street Social is the third collaboration in Hong Kong between Michelin-star Chef Jason Atherton and entrepreneur Yenn Wong, founder of the JIA Group. A part of Atherton's 'social' series, it is located at PMQ in Central, the landmark of Hong Kong’s creative ecology. Designed by the award-winning Neri & Hu, Aberdeen Street Social is a bright and airy 2- storied “social” venue in a prime spot at PMQ with outdoor terraces on both floors and gardens around the property.Downstairs is a buzzing Bar for all-day casual dining and drinks inside or on its outdoor patio overlooking the gardens. An all-day menu of modern British cuisine is available as well as great cocktails from the Bar. Upstairs is a contemporary Restaurant for a relaxed yet tasteful dining experience of modern British cuisine, a private room and outdoor terrace overlooking the garden below
A photo of BRICK LANE Gallery restaurant
4.0
Excellent(2)
Price: Expensive
• British • Tsim Sha Tsui
Modelled off the actual Brick Lane in East London, BRICK LANE’s setting is alluring and chic, with its iconic wall-mounted white ghost bike, conjure a perfect cool urban setting for diners to respite and enjoy British fare that would bring any Londoner home, from all day big breakfast to fish and chips, eggs benedict to weekend roast, Guinness pie to red velvet cake.BRICK LANE Gallery is an extension of the BRICK LANE brand. Art is an integral part of BRICK LANE Gallery’s proposition: as much as the food makes a statement about it, so does the art. It was among the first to pioneer the concept of crossing an art gallery with a restaurant in Hong Kong. 
A photo of TM's by The Den / Pete's Place restaurant
4.3
Awesome(5)
Price: Moderate
• British • Sai Ying Pun
At TM’s by The Den / Pete’s Place in Hong Kong you never know what you might get, with incredible and inventive chef’s specials which change daily! Serving up a mix of American and internationally-inspired dishes from places like Peru, Spain and Italy – this High Street eatery is a big hit with Sai Ying Pun locals, as well as foodies spread across Hong Kong. TM’s by The Den / Pete’s Place also do a mean happy hour where you can tuck into $15 standard drinks alongside bar snacks such as wagyu beef empanadas; fresh calamari; chicken anticucho; deep fried baby sardines; Asian duck rolls and more. Open seven days a week for lunch, dinner, drinks and bar bites this is one hot Hong Kong spot so reserve a table in advance to skip any queues!
A photo of Le Paradis Restaurant & Cafe restaurant
4.4
Awesome(3)
Price: Moderate
• British • Tsim Sha Tsui
As its name may suggest, Le Paradis Restaurant is a haven for lovers of French cuisine in Hong Kong. A little piece of Paris on Granville Road in the city’s Tsim Sha Tsui district, this traditional restaurant is a favourite amongst the city’s francophile foodies, with an outdoor balcony area and stylish French decor. Grab one of the best tables at Le Paradis Restaurant by booking your table in advance.
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