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Top 5 Unconventional Michelin Guide Restaurants in Hong Kong

Planning a holiday to Hong Kong with your kids? Despite being a fast-paced place, Hong Kong is a lot more family-friendly than you’d think.

Hong Kong is a melting pot of different cultures, incorporating various attractions to entertain tourists and locals. With one of the most appealing aesthetics in South Asia blending a combination of modern and traditional, you’ll experience the best food from both worlds in Hong Kong, a city that never sleeps.


If you’re intrigued by the prospect of great food and exceptional views, Hong Kong is a must-visit destination. Hong Kong is scattered with Michelin guide restaurants, but this makes choosing the right eatery a difficult proposition.


So where can you find the best food in Hong Kong? Well, you can’t go wrong if you check in at one of these Michelin guide restaurants from the Michelin Guide in Hong Kong.


Le Souk


For a taste of authentic Moroccan and Middle Eastern cuisine, Le Souk is a great alternative to the plethora of Asian food outlets throughout Hong Kong.


Le Souk boasts some exotic flavours which will leave you wanting more, set in an intimate room with eye-catching jewels, lanterns, trinkets and a colourful aesthetic. The restaurant is owned by two Egyptian brothers who clearly know what they’re doing, and if you’re intrigued to try one of their standout dishes, sample either the lamb tagine or the roasted fig salad and you won’t be disappointed.



Le Souk has been recommended by the Michelin guide for an impressive four consecutive years. Though there are many Le Souk restaurants across the globe, what’s consistent is a melting pot of sounds, flavours, smells, sights and people. Broaden your cultural horizons and experience a taste of ‘the market place’ today.


  Beet Restaurant


When it comes to authentic cuisine, nothing beats local produce, especially among tourists who are looking to sample a genuine taste of the location they’re in. If you’re inspired by a farm-to-table approach -- and let’s face it; it doesn’t get much fresher than that -- Beet is right down your street. Its chefs have realised the potential of local produce, in particular, chef Barry Quek, whose vision has elevated the concept of the freshest food possible.


Beet is a staple restaurant in the area for contemporary European cuisine with surprisingly local roots. But that doesn’t mean you won’t encounter some food of the Asian persuasion too, with influences which are rife throughout. From Chinese herbs and marigolds to locally-raised meat, what more could you ask for?



Arcane Restaurant

Another modern European restaurant, but one which has a unique aura about it. Hidden from the busy grasps of regular life in Hong Kong, Arcane is a chic abode boasting a refined dining approach. There is an elegant dining room for guests, the perfect backdrop for the delivery of simple yet super effective dishes.


A contemporary aesthetic with oak flooring and art matches the theme of the food, which is incredibly fresh and promotes vegan options too!


Arcane is an en vogue eatery which grows fruits and vegetables on site, alongside 30 different varieties of herb. If it’s fresh yet simple options you desire, get on down to Arcane and you’ll be in for a treat.


Above & Beyond


If you’re looking for a restaurant with incredible scenic views, this restaurant certainly stays true to its name!


Above & Beyond has a breathtaking view over the city and harbour, which is no surprise given its location within Hotel ICON.


Enjoy a vast selection of food options from Peking duck to lunchtime dim sum. You’ll certainly appreciate the vibrant and stylish decor as you enter this warm establishment, and if you’re privileged to visit at the weekend there’ll be Cantonese-style tea waiting for you!


With a combination of healthy and signature dishes like wok-fried lobster with egg, black truffles and crispy chicken, there truly is something for everyone. You’ll certainly enjoy the mouthwatering cuisine offered at this establishment, and what better way to enjoy some of the best food in Hong Kong than with a spectacular view of the city skyline and harbour.


Fat Boy

Hong Kong is famous for its street food, and one of the best and most established street eateries of them all is Fat Boy.


In a fast-paced metropolis, consumers demand food on the go but prefer no compromise in quality as a result.


Accomplishing this feat as a chef is no easy task, but Fat Boy has been successful doing so. For yummy street food that’s as easy to eat as it is to order, enjoy a taste of soy-marinated beef tongue on skewers, gizzard, octopus and duck stomach.


Fat Boy provides exotic flavours for the less experienced palate, but when in Rome, do as the Romans!


Be adventurous and sample Fat Boy’s delicious street lineup, complemented with an array of condiments which bring life to the simplest of snacks. If your mouth is already watering, why not book a stay at Hotel ICON so you’re in prime position to enjoy a culinary masterpiece by sampling some of the best food in Hong Kong at these Michelin Guide restaurants during your next visit!