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Best Mediterranean Restaurants in Mid-Levels

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A photo of Casa Lisboa restaurant
5.0
Exceptional(3)
Price: Moderate
• Mediterranean • Central
Casa Lisboa is a top-notch destination for authentic Mediterranean cuisine, highly recognized for its Portuguese food. The restaurant is particularly lauded for its sumptuous seafood dishes, delightful suckling pig, and exquisite lobster rice. According to various reviews, Casa Lisboa also excels in providing an appealing atmosphere coupled with exceptional customer service. Despite the slightly high price, diners often express that the overall experience and the taste of the meals are worth every penny. The fantastic desserts are just the cherry on top that transforms a visit to Casa Lisboa into an unforgettable culinary journey.
A photo of Falafel TLV restaurant
3.0
Good(1)
Price: Moderate
• Mediterranean • Central
Specialising in Middle Eastern cuisine, Falafel TLV is a Hong Kong hotspot we can’t recommend enough. Located in Central along Graham Street, you’ll find an array of dishes on offer here that are made with quality ingredients and fresh herbs and spices. For brunch, you’ll love the shakshuka with eggs, tomato, mozzarella and olives or the jachnun which is a Yemen rolled dough with eggs and tomatoes. Later, we recommend the hummus TLV; hummus with falafel or the falafel veggie burger – but it’s all delicious, really. A great choice at any time of day, book a table and discover Falafel TLV Hong Kong for yourself.
A photo of Iberico & Co restaurant
4.0
Excellent(0)
Price: Moderate
• Mediterranean • Mid-Levels
Iberico & Co Hong Kong brings a unique and special dining experience to the heart of Soho in Central. Opening in 2013, this stylish restaurant specialises in Spanish cuisine with a distinctive Portuguese influence and you’ll find a range of tapas, paella and larger sharing dishes all made with high quality ingredients with plenty of flavour. Inspired and innovative, the space itself has been designed by award-winning designer Kinney Chan and features a grand yet unpretentious interior with concrete walls, black iron, recycled wood and a mosaic floor, matching the menu just perfectly. Also home to a carefully curated wine list with Spanish, Portuguese and South American wines on offer, you’ll be in for a delicious time at Iberico & Co Hong Kong, that’s for sure. Located on Shelley Street in Central, bookings here are essential to avoid disappointment.
A photo of Aberdeen Street Organic Restaurant restaurant
5.0
Exceptional(1)
Price: Moderate
• Mediterranean • 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 Fofo by el Willy restaurant
4.8
Exceptional(1)
Price: Moderate
• Mediterranean • Mid-Levels
Located in Hong Kong’s Central, Fofo by El Willy serves fresh and authentic Spanish cuisine to the city’s passionate foodies. With a balcony overlooking the city and a lovely, Mediterranean-inspired interior with floor-to-ceiling windows, Fofo by El Willy is an appropriate location for a lunch or dinner date with someone special. The restaurant can be found down Wellington Street, close to Hong Kong Zoological and Botanical Gardens and just steps from numerous public transportation options.
A photo of ELIA restaurant
3.9
Excellent(19)
Price: Moderate
• Mediterranean • Tsim Sha Tsui
Acting as the resident advisors when it comes to Hong Kong restaurants and bars, it’s our pleasure to kowtow to the splendour of ELIA, with a name that rolls off the tongue and a menu that gives similar joy to the tastebuds. Set on the harbourfront along Mody Road in Tsim Sha Tsui East, ELIA offers spectacular al fresco dining and a Mediterranean-themed interior fit for a king that takes its cues from Moroccan and, of course, Egyptian aesthetics. The food is similarly styled, offering diners authentic Middle Eastern, Arabic and Egyptian cuisine alongside a comprehensive selection of drinks and hookahs for your after-dinner ritual. Book Monday to Saturday from 8:30pm and you’ll also be treated to live dancers and entertainment. Check out ELIA’s menu here!
A photo of La Paloma restaurant
4.0
Excellent(0)
Price: Moderate
• Mediterranean • 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。
A photo of Big Fish Seafood & Grill restaurant
2.0
(1)
Price: Moderate
• Mediterranean • Sai Kung Town
Hong Kong never fails to surprise those willing to travel out from the central north-west axis of Hong Kong island and Kowloon, and for those venturing out into the pretty eastern districts of the New Territories there’s a wealth of sightseeing and good food to be found. Up in Sai Kung, a still-active fishing harbour, the streets are crowded with restaurants plying their trade, but it’s to Big Fish Seafood & Grill that lovers of maritime delights turn. It makes sense, given the proximity of the restaurant to the water, with fresh seafood delivered daily and a big terrace for alfresco dining. You can find this neighbourhood restaurant along Wan King Path, joining Yi Chun Street to Nin Chun Street and just off Man Nin Street in the southern part of town.
A photo of Spice Restaurant & Bar restaurant
3.0
Good(0)
Price: Moderate
• Mediterranean • Tsim Sha Tsui
In the heart of Tsim Sha Tsui you can find Spice Restaurant & Bar, a restaurant in Hong Kong that’s inspired by the many flavours of the world. While that might sound like an exaggeration, just one browse through Spice’s menu and you’ll see the diversity on offer. From Middle Eastern and Indian to Italian and American, the range of food and cuisine at this international restaurant is truly extensive. Regardless of who you’re dining with and what time of day, chances are guests will find exactly what they’re craving whether it’s pizza, pasta, steaks, curries, salads or mezze platters. Spice Restaurant & Bar and its colourful dining room is located on Knutsford Terrace, right by the Hong Kong Observatory.
A photo of AZIZA - Kennedy Town restaurant
3.9
Excellent(15)
Price: Moderate
• Mediterranean • Kennedy Town
AZIZA in Hong Kong is a restaurant blazing a trail for authentic Egyptian cuisine in the city. At AZIZA, a name meaning precious or darling, diners can tuck into a number of culinary gems. Dishes that go down a treat with locals include grilled tilapia fish, the kitchen’s signature braised lamb shank with rice and any one of AZIZA’s traditional tagines. Add into the mix the venue’s great hospitality and warm ambience and you’ll soon see why AZIZA is often the talk of Kennedy Town. An eatery with a sterling reputation, make a beeline for AZIZA on Hau Wo Street today – you won’t be disappointed!
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