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Best European Restaurants in Lan Kwai Fong


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A photo of Le Quinze Vins - Central restaurant
Price: Moderate
• European • Central
With two locations in Hong Kong, Le Quinze Vins is a hotspot for wine aficionados who flock there to sample the wide array of premium French bottles on offer. You’ll find Le Quinze Vins’ Central branch located on Gage Street – with its intimate and cosy atmosphere, fine wines, great service and delectable French cuisine, it’s the perfect place for a sophisticated night out with friends or even a romantic date.
A photo of FRITES - Central restaurant
Price: Moderate
• European • Central
Boy oh boy is it nice to hear good news! That was the feeling – or simply pure relief – among many a European food, culture and beer lover in Hong Kong when news broke that FRITES bar and restaurant has found a new home in Central. Occupying a large space on Wellington Street just steps from the escalator, FRITES is again ready to dish up Belgian beer, big-hearted cheer and superlative European food in the heart of the action. The new space is impressive, with interior design by Stephen Hart and unique crockery from Robert Gordon giving FRITES a stylish vibe, but as always it’s the amazing Belgian beer selection – over 80 choices, including traditional monk-in-a-monastery-made trappiste options – and gorgeous European food that makes FRITES hard to beat, from succulent sausages and schnitzels to their famous bucket of mussels with intriguing dressings. Try their express business lunch or take advantage of their five-hour happy ‘hour,’ but be sure to book because the buzz has begun!
A photo of Sobremesa restaurant
Price: Moderate
• European • Central
Sobremesa is a charming Spanish restaurant that is worth the uphill trek. Although its location requires some effort to reach, diners are universally rewarded with a delightful gastronomic experience that truly reflects the richness and diversity of Spanish cuisine. As noted in one review, it is a "little Spanish restaurant" but it delivers greatly when it comes to authentically recreating the traditional flavors and atmosphere of Spain. Its menu, while not specifically mentioned, can be assumed to do justice to the culinary heritage of Spain. Striking a balance between authenticity and innovation, Sobremesa is a must-visit for any Spanish food enthusiast.
A photo of Aberdeen Street Organic Restaurant restaurant
Price: Moderate
• European • Mid-Levels
Dishing out fresh Mediterranean food in a sophisticated setting, Aberdeen Street Restaurant is must-visit for Hong Kong’s foodies. This restaurant is perfect for lunch, dinner or after-work drinks, and its location in the heart of Central makes it that much better. You’ll find it at the King Ho Building on Aberdeen Street just steps from Hong Kong and Central station, so it’s easy to get here from all over the city. This restaurant is ideal for the entire family and features a children’s menu and chalk walls that they can draw on. Don’t miss out at Aberdeen Street Restaurant – book a table ahead of time to avoid disappointment.
A photo of Al Forno Pizzeria restaurant
Price: Moderate
• European • Mid-Levels
Pasta. Pizza. Wine. The three pillars of Aberdeen Street’s Al Forno make for comforting reading. Here diners will find the meaning of comfort food – simple, hearty food prepared simply in generous portions. Italy’s most famous export is writ large here; find pizzas cooked to perfection and a smattering of pasta dishes to spread the love a little wider. This is the kind of relaxed eatery that encourages diners in Hong Kong to stop by for a slice of something tasty and end up with them spending the evening enjoying great food, wine and excellent company.
A photo of Elementary restaurant
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
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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 Pastis Bistro Francais restaurant
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
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.
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