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Best Contemporary Asian Restaurants in Repulse Bay

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A photo of Maido restaurant
Price: Moderate
• Contemporary asian • Tsim Sha Tsui
Maido, set in Hong Kong’s Tsim Sha Tsui district, does fantastic Korean and Japanese fusion food. That means that you’ll find the best of both cuisines here. Refined sushi made from fine ingredients, perfect rice and delicate soups represent Japanese cuisine. Korean classics, like BBQ, bibimbap and more are all on offer too. There are many unique takes on classic dishes too. The interior is minimally decorated yet has a sense of refinement. The service is very attentive and it’s a small space, which makes a booking at Maido on Kimberley Road an intimate and special affair.
A photo of niji bistro restaurant
Price: Moderate
• Contemporary asian • Tsim Sha Tsui
Part Noritake showroom and part restaurant, niji bistro in Hong Kong offers a unique dining experience. Situated within Harbour City, this Tsim Sha Tsui establishment has a classy ambience which is also reflected in the gourmet menu. Crafted by a talented kitchen team inspired by both Japanese and Western cuisines, the food here can be classified as Asian fusion and the restaurant’s signature speciality is omelette-wrapped rice. All dishes are served on Noritake tableware, which adds an extra touch of class to any meal savoured here, and quality service allows for a pleasurable experience. Located within the Gateway Arcade of Harbour City, the end where Canton Road and Gateway Boulevard meet, niji bistro and its Noritake X factor are definitely worth your attention.
A photo of The Drunken Pot restaurant
3.6
Very Good(3)
Price: Moderate
• Contemporary asian • Tsim Sha Tsui
Undeniably, Hong Kong people love hot pot, but the traditional hot pot restaurants already can not meet all of the food hot pursuit! The new hot pot "pot liquor" being born as a break with tradition, full of stylish street art, with the new style of eating style, in a relaxed atmosphere and strong music, bring innovative gluttonous experience for food lovers in Hong Kong.
A photo of The Phoenix Bar & Kitchen restaurant
Price: Moderate
• Contemporary asian • Mid-Levels
One of the oldest pubs in Hong Kong, the Phoenix Bar & Kitchen is the perfect place to enjoy international food washed down with one of the many draught or bottled beers available. Burgers, Curries, and Pastas are all served gastro-pub style, along with other pub classics like Ale Battered Fish & Chips. Beer fans will be right at home at the Phoenix Bar & Kitchen too. Local beers from Hong Kong are joined by classic ales from England, Ireland, and across the world. Visitors to Mid-level’s Shelley Street can expect a friendly, neighbourhood style venue and atmosphere that has been the perfect getaway from the fast pace of the city for over 20 years.
A photo of St. Barts - High Street restaurant
4.0
Excellent(0)
Price: Moderate
• Contemporary asian • Sai Ying Pun
St. Barts in Hong Kong is an all-day eatery serving a delicious array of Western dishes with a touch of Asian fusion flavour. Situated on High Street in Sai Ying Pun, this restaurant is dedicated to making people feel comfortable with its wholesome food and relaxing atmosphere. The dining room has an easygoing ambience and customers can’t help but make themselves at home in the plush banquette seating and white armchairs. Pay a visit for brunch and enjoy the likes of Egyptian eggs with goats cheese and pistachio dukkah, pancakes with honeycomb butter or a filling breakfast bowl with haloumi, kale and quinoa. Later in the day, the menu opens up to tasty appetizers, salads, pizza, pasta, steaks and seafood or meat mains. If you’re looking for some international fare in Hong Kong, book a today at St. Barts today!
A photo of High Street Grill restaurant
4.0
Excellent(7)
Price: Moderate
• Contemporary asian • Sai Ying Pun
High Street Grill in Hong Kong has a fusion of flavours bursting from their Sai Ying Pun restaurant, serving a range of dishes from international cuisines. The menu is a mash of the tastiest and most finger-licking food from the Western regions of Europe and the Americas, as well as some Asian dishes for good measure. Dine at this High Street all-day eatery and take your pick from pasta, pizza, grilled meats, salads and fish mains. We recommend getting your hands on the most indulgent menu items like BBQ spare ribs, sizzling fajitas, chilli con-carne beef burgers or ooey gooey camembert. For health-conscious customers, you’re in good hands and have options such as fresh Vietnamese rolls, Thai beef salad or sweet miso black cod. There’s something for everyone at this Hong Kong restaurant, so book a table at High Street Grill today and we promise you won’t regret it.
A photo of Cafè Siam restaurant
4.0
Excellent(1)
Price: Moderate
• Contemporary asian • Mid-Levels
One of the city's most established Thai restaurants, Cafe Siam is a tranquil respite from the hustle & bustle of Lan Kwai Fong. Spread out over two floors, each divided into two dining areas that can be booked for private parties, the restaurant's decor mixes old world colonial charm with a contemporary twist; teak wood flooring, chic furniture, vintage knick-knacks, and silk screen dividers that give an elegant yet homely feel.
A photo of COBO HOUSE restaurant
4.1
Excellent(98)
Price: Moderate
• Contemporary asian • Shek Tong Tsui
COBO Hong Kong stands for community of bohemians and is a must-visit for lovers of good vibes and delicious food. The team behind COBO HOUSE are passionate about fueling Singaporeans and creating a bohemian lifestyle space. You’ll find an array of creative and artisanal dishes on offer inspired by a farm-to-table concept. COBO even houses it’s very own okinawa sea and sand garden where the team sources it’s flavoursome, organic herbs and edible plants. Spread over two floors down South Lane in Shek Tong Tsui, this is one newcomer you need to look out for. Oh, and keep an eye out for the special COBO HOUSE degustation, where bookings are essential to avoid disappointment. Dear diners, please note that reservations are only available for the ground floor section of the restaurant. Thank you.
A photo of Jaspas Kennedy Town restaurant
3.6
Very Good(12)
Price: Moderate
• Contemporary asian • Kennedy Town
Jaspas Kennedy Town in Hong Kong is a bustling restaurant on Catchick Street with a smart decor, delicious fusion menu and solid drinks list. Serving a mix of Western, Italian and Asian dishes, the international menu comes together in delectable fashion and will be a sure crowd pleaser amongst your dining party. Visit for a leisurely breakfast or brunch and enjoy coffee with favourites like eggs benedict, big breakfast combo, bircher muesli or sourdough ricotta toast. A casual dinner with family or friends is also a great option, where you can expect to see pasta, pizza, grilled meat, fresh salads and more. Located in Kennedy Town and a stone’s throw from the waterfront, Jaspas is a laid back all-day eatery on Hong Kong Island that’s worth checking out. Busy with locals, we highly recommend booking a table!
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