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Best Unspecified Restaurants in Kennedy Town


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A photo of The Phoenix Bar & Kitchen restaurant
Price: Moderate
• Unspecified • 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 Sake Central restaurant
Price: Moderate
• Unspecified • Central
Sake Central is a highly recommended Japanese restaurant renowned for its quality sake and spirits choices. The patrons observe extraordinary presentation of dishes, one of the key elements that give a Japanese dining experience its unique appeal. The superior quality of its offerings suggests a deep understanding and commitment to traditional Japanese cuisine and drink. The restaurant is known for its top-notch service and exceptional dining enjoyment for its customers. As quoted from one of the reviews, Sake Central always provides "high quality sake and spirits choices with outstanding presentation of dishes".
A photo of Number Fifteen restaurant
Price: Moderate
• Unspecified • Shenzhen
Plodding around the industrial area of Lai Chi Kok, losing yourself in hardly signposted alleys and back roads, you may not expect to find a relaxing oasis of fine food and warm atmosphere. But if you manage to make it up 15 floors of the Hang Cheong Factory building on Wing Ming Street that is exactly what you’ll find. Number Fifteen is a casual and comfortable private kitchen, but the food it offers could easily appear at much flasher restaurants in Kowloon. Dishing up modern British cuisine with plenty of twists, Number Fifteen offers amazing value high-end eating in Cheung Sha Wan, so settle in for their popular set dinner menu, swing by for a hearty lunch of braised beef cheek in red wine sauce, or make it the destination for a romantic meal and get the full treatment with foie gras mousse with fresh figs or a theatrical Iberian suckling pig.
A photo of Maison ES restaurant
Price: Moderate
• Unspecified • Mid-Levels
Maison Es is the latest passion-project from Esther Sham, the woman behind North Point’s successful Ta Pantry. Esther’s new boutique restaurant, easily overlooked down the little dead-end Electric Street, off Wan Chai’s Star Street. Maison Es is the kind of quaint French bistro that Hong Kong’s romantically-minded set will die for, all pastel-shades, chanson, and of course delectable dishes. And in terms of cuisine, while Maison Es is avowedly French-orientated, you can still find Sham’s delicate, personal touch at work here in a few subtle fusion delicacies.
A photo of Artisan Lounge restaurant
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Price: Moderate
• Unspecified • Tsim Sha Tsui
Luxury runs through the veins of Artisan Lounge in Hong Kong. The venue offers all-day high-tea, a fully stocked bar and also a retail area where you can buy fine teas and other items to take home. Located in the K11 Musea in Tsim Sha Tsui, you can dine in style surrounded by the buzz of K11 Musea’s shopping experience.
A photo of The Picture House restaurant
Price: Moderate
• Unspecified • Sai Kung Town
Located on Yi Chun Street in Sai Kung, The Picture House serves up some of the best international cuisine in Hong Kong. Spacious, light and vibrant, the restaurant and bar features wooden furnishings, outdoor seating and truly delicious food. We recommend starting off with the jalapeno poppers filled with cream cheese and bacon; nachos topped with grilled chicken or the ploughman’s platter brimming with smoked Cheddar, cured meats, fruits, pickles and sourdough. Then, we love the baked portobello mushrooms; fusion udon noodle carbonara with poached duck egg and the char-grilled tenderloin smothered in black pepper sauce. Popular for good reason, reservations at The Picture House in Hong Kong are recommended.
A photo of GREEN restaurant
Price: Moderate
• Unspecified • Tsim Sha Tsui East
One of three restaurants inside of Hong Kong’s chic Hotel ICON – the other two include The Market and Above & Beyond – on Science Museum Road in Tsim Sha Tsui, GREEN is an all-day cafe serving up some of Hong Kong’s finest bistro delights. An ultra-modern design and a buzzing setting makes GREEN stand out among the city’s other restaurants, making it a magnet for writers, foodies and local workers who enjoy a stimulating environment. See below for GREEN’s special menus!
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