Take the escalators from Central to Mid-Levels to hit SoHo, one of Hong Kong’s most famous foodie districts. The best restaurants in Soho, Hong Kong are top-notch, serving cuisine from all around the globe. Check out this guide to restaurants in Soho that celebrate Hong Kong’s vivid and varied cuisine, from izakayas for the town’s party animals to Italian American comfort food for those earlier birds who crave brunch.
Chôm Chôm, located on the bustling intersection of Elgin and Staunton Streets, serves Vietnamese street food in a tapas-style format. The small-plates menu is influenced by Hanoi’s flavors, and the chic setting is ideal for cocktails and Vietnamese beers. Stay updated for happy hours on drinks and snacks every day.
This small Vietnamese restaurant makes up for its lack of scale with powerful, traditional flavor. Bun Cha is owned and managed by no-nonsense Vietnamese women who render and serve favorites like bun cha vermicelli, banh mi, rice paper rolls and steaming hot bowls of pho that feel like an embrace from within in a delightful corner space on Aberdeen Street.
Address: Shop 1, G/F, King Ho Building, 41-49 Aberdeen Street, Soho, Sheung Wan; +852 2858 1900
Posto Pubblico offers delicious food prepared with high-quality ingredients, and the relaxed atmosphere is ideal for long, lazy lunches or a lively dinner with friends. This Italian ristorante executed in a New York style offers homestyle meals influenced by centuries-old recipes and crafted from organic, seasonal ingredients whenever possible. Begin with a serving platter of antipasto or their signature meatballs before diving into delectable pasta bowls and flavorful mains – namely their chicken parmigiana.
Chili Fagara, one of Hong Kong’s favorite Sichuan restaurants, is traditional and inviting, making it a good choice for beginners to the cuisine. Via its three parts, “Ma” (numbing), “La” (burning) and “Tang” (neutral), the detailed and conventional menu gives you a comprehensive introduction to various facets of Sichuan spice. Don’t skip out on the craft beer specials, which are perfect for washing down those fiery flavors.
Address: G/F, 7 Old Bailey Street, Central; +85227966866
Fini’s is the place to go for reliable Italian-American comfort food. Chef Vinny prepares spicy sausages motivated by the local char siu carbonara and a “Bronx” pizza that will send your palate directly to the outskirts of the NYC neighborhood. On weekends, stop in for the scrumptious barbecues, freshly home cooked ciabatta and homemade pickles.
This vibrant hideaway transfers diners to late-night izakayas in Tokyo, where sake spills freely, tasty food is served and the vibrant energy is infectious. Simple ingredients, such as premium sashimi and oysters elevated with a yuzu ponzu sauce. The now-famous sweet and savory caramel butter corn, grilled meat and seafood (the hamachi collar with Fuji apple ponzu is a must) and an irresistible yaki udon with snow crab and crab miso butter are all on the menu at Fukuro.
Ever since its launch, this quiet eatery that seats only 10 people has built a strong reputation through word-of-mouth. With an excellent array of French oysters and huge prime cuts of beef, the focus is on quality ingredients. Wine bottles line the walls and are combined with the ever-changing menu.
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