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Best European Restaurants in Kennedy Town

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A photo of Shoreditch restaurant
4.3
Awesome(102)
Price: Moderate
• European • 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 Comptoir restaurant
4.5
Awesome(1)
Price: Moderate
• European • Kennedy Town
Comptoir, Comptoir, we love Comptoir. At once a wine cellar and wonderful French tapas restaurant, this Hong Kong hotspot is a genuine treasure of Kennedy Town and a definite must, if casual sipping and nibbling is what you look for in a meal out. The whole affair is bistro-style and by that we mean the food on the menu, the atmosphere inside the place and the bottle-lined walls all contribute to a feeling similar to that you’d get when dining in the French capital. You’ll find Comptoir on Forbes Street where people from all over Hong Kong flock to when they’re fancying the French. Give it a go!
A photo of Elementary restaurant
5.0
Exceptional(0)
Price: Moderate
• European • Tin Hau
Aptly located on Hong Kong’s School Street, Elementary is a charming restaurant with a first class degree in gastronomy. Adored by locals, Elementary boasts an eclectic sharing menu inspired by contemporary flavour combinations from Asia, Europe and the Middle East. Whether you opt to order the braised short-rib with truffle mash or plump instead for the rigatoni with 'nduja sausage and broccolini, you are sure to be blown away by the culinary flair on show at this Tai Hang eatery. Add in to the mix a scintillating brunch offering and the venue’s warm atmosphere, and you’ll soon realise why Elementary is, in the eyes of many foodies, top of its class.
A photo of Flying Pig Bistro restaurant
3.5
Very Good(0)
Price: Moderate
• European • Shek Tong Tsui
It’s hard to keep track of restaurants in Sai Ying Pun, but Flying Pig Bistro on High Street is one that you don’t want to miss. It should be at the top of the pile, actually, as the love child of founder Christopher Przemyski. The sensational food here is no surprise, nor are the buzzing crowds, but a few characteristic twists set Flying Pig Bistro apart, mostly on the plate – where specially imported European products as well as fresh local produce and some Asian flavourings are put to use. Przemyski’s menu is something special, from Sunday roast and boozy brunches to fresh pastas, bright salads (try the quinoa salad with lime & honey dressing) and suckling pig. See under Further Information for Flying Pig Bistro’s special menus!
A photo of Flying Pig Deli and Social Club restaurant
Price: Moderate
• European • Sai Ying Pun
Flying Pig Deli Social in Hong Kong is a place to kick back with friends and enjoy a tasty meal amongst cosy al fresco surroundings. The menu here takes a focus on European comfort food, with the burgers being a particular highlight as well as the weekend brunch offering. With wine and self-service tap beer also available, you might find it hard leaving the laidback atmosphere of this Centre Street establishment. Located just moments away from Sai Ying Pun MTR station, Flying Pig Deli Social is great for groups and is dog-friendly.
A photo of Metropolitain restaurant
4.5
Awesome(0)
Price: Moderate
• European • Sai Ying Pun
Let yourself be swept away to the stunning streets of Paris at Metropolitan on Sai Ying Pun’s High Street. This fabulous French restaurant and bistro is named and modelled after the metro stations of Paris, with food not unlike what you might find in a Parisian cafe. Open from 9am to 11pm seven days a week, Metropolitan offers numerous choices for lunch, dinner and drinks – the selection of wine alone makes a visit worth your time. You’ll find Metropolitan at Aspen Court, just a baguette’s throw from the University of Hong Kong and a short walk from Sai Ying Pun MTR station.
A photo of Pastis Bistro Francais restaurant
4.3
Awesome(1)
Price: Moderate
• European • Central
Pastis Bistro Francais is a leading destination for authentic French cuisine. The cozy ambience and friendly staff make dinners feel truly welcomed, reflecting the genuine hospitality France is known for. Customer reviews highlight the 'awesome atmosphere' and the staff's admirable friendliness, which significantly enhance the overall dining experience. Even though specific details about the menu are not provided, the strong positive feedback from customers suggests that Pastis Bistro Francais offers an authentic and high-quality French dining experience that is likely to satisfy even the most discerning palate.
A photo of Senti restaurant
4.9
Exceptional(6)
Price: Moderate
• European • Central
Senti is a renowned establishment offering top-notch French cuisine. Celebrated for its flavorful and succulent dishes, Senti has been a go-to for special occasions, such as anniversaries and Christmas Eve parties. Patrons rave about the phenomenal food, particularly the salmon, taleggio ravioli, and rack of lamb special. The desserts, including a blueberry tart and tiramisu, also come highly recommended. Alongside the high-quality food, Senti is also praised for its attentive service, carrying an intriguing New York vibe. A must-visit spot for every food lover, Senti stands out for its quality and care, providing an amazing value for their top-rated dishes.
A photo of Le Blanc Private Kitchen 私房菜 restaurant
4.4
Awesome(23)
Price: Moderate
• European • Wan Chai
Elegant furnishings, French cuisine, great service – what more could you want out of a restaurant? At Le Blanc, you can experience all of this and more without ever stepping foot out of Hong Kong. Since 2002, this restaurant has been aiming to make guests feel at home in its luxurious dining area, and has been quite successful in doing so. Come in and indulge at Le Blanc on Hong Kong’s Wan Chai Road and see for yourself what it’s all about
A photo of La Paloma restaurant
4.0
Excellent(0)
Price: Moderate
• European • Sai Ying Pun
If Sai Ying Pun is Hong Kong’s new sexy district, blossoming into a foodie paradise thanks to the new MTR station and a general dawning awareness of the Western District’s hidden riches, then La Paloma (Spanish for pigeon) is certainly the area’s most sexy Spanish tapas restaurant. Covering a generous 3,500 square feet and more than capable of handling close to a hundred diners in pursuit of the city’s finest small-plates, La Paloma is a very welcome second messenger pigeon bearing deliciously good news from the El Willy Group, whose restaurants have been warmly received in Hong Kong and Shanghai. Book a spot at La Paloma’s Queen’s Road West premises (on the corner of Li Sing Street) and witness El Willy’s Andalusian magic at work. 假如西營盤是香港的新寵美食區,La Paloma(即鴿子)想必是該區最得寵的西班牙小食餐廳。坐擁3500呎的空間,位於皇后大道西的餐廳把El Willy集團的魔力發揮得淋灕盡緻。
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