Narrowing down the best restaurants in Causeway Bay can be tricky since there are so many options to choose from. Causeway Bay is one of the most popular districts in Hong Kong. Whether you are a tourist or a local, you must have visited Causeway Bay at some point for the excellent food and shopping. We’ve rounded up some of our favorites for this TMS guide to the best restaurants in Causeway Bay, Hong Kong.
Wagyu 88 is a must eat in Causeway Bay. If you are a meat lover or a fan of Japanese cuisine, then you won’t want to pass up a meal here. As their name suggests, they are a specialist in Wagyu beef. They also occasionally provide discounts when you reserve a table via different platforms.
The chef-selected Wagyu sushi platter includes five selections that are as tasty as they are exquisite. Each is delicately decorated with a slice of Wagyu on top of the sushi rice. Some are topped with delicacies like sea urchin, salmon roe or foie gras. The raw Wagyu beef melts slowly on your tongue, and you will wish that you ate them a little bit slower when the platter leaves you wanting more. Another must-try menu item is the Wagyu Fire Rice with Egg. This Wagyu beef is literally on fire and makes a great Instagram post to make your friends drool.
Address: 13/F, Circle Tower, 28 Tang Lung Street, Causeway Bay
Quite frankly – Amazing BBQ is, well, amazing. To make your experience at Amazing BBQ even more amazing, they often provide a 40% off discount to customers. Usually, Japanese skewers are expensive, so this discount makes a meal at Amazing BBQ both tasty and affordable. The restaurant is spacious and the ambience is comfortable, so it’s the perfect spot for a relaxing, casual meal. Their grilled ox tongue is highly recommended and an instant classic. It is also a great restaurant in Causeway Bay for celebrations, as they do not charge any service fee for cake cutting.
Address: 10/F, Macau Yat Yuen Centre, 525 Hennessy Road, Causeway Bay
Mother of Pizzas
The Mother of Dragons might have sealed her fate, if you know what we mean. But Mother of Pizzas might just become your new favorite restaurant in Causeway Bay. Who doesn’t love pizza? Mother of Pizzas looks to change the Hong Kong perception of pizza as a fast-food – these Neapolitan-inspired pizzas are baked to perfection in their wood stone oven.
It is a joy to see their 18-inch pizzas fill the air with the smell of freshly baked crust and melty mozzarella. Try their Summer of Love 1967 which is loaded up with San Marzano tomatoes, Capicola, Italian sausage, fresh sliced pineapple and a chili-infused honey. Or opt for a veggie version like the Queen Margherita if you’d rather skip the meat. It might be helpful to book a table in advance, as this is a popular spot and often has a wait.
Address: G/F, 13-19 Leighton Road, Causeway Bay
Séan Cafe is a new restaurant in Causeway Bay with décor so beautiful and dreamy that it’s like stepping into a fairy tale. Many diners stop in here for their Instagrammable desserts. For fans of tiramisu, we recommend the Tiramisu Pancake. It’s hard to resist the temptation of creamy mascarpone cheese topped with chocolaty cocoa powder. But there are at least 16 other kinds of desserts for you to try, not even counting their cakes. They also offer all-day breakfast and lunch options – try the Séan Breakfast (HK$138) for a full spread with scrambled eggs, sausage, portobello, grilled tomato, baked beans, fresh fruit, hash browns and a croissant.
Yakiniku Kumamoto is another Japanese barbecue restaurant in Causeway Bay – but unlike Amazing BBQ, this restaurant is all-you-can-eat! After a meal at Yakiniku Kumamoto, you will leave with a full belly as if you had just dined at your grandmother’s home.
You will probably vow to stay away from meat for a few days after overloading yourself with so much BBQ. But then, you’ll likely be craving a visit here again before you know it. Yakiniku Kumamoto’s all-you-can-eat option comes at a worthy price at just HK$168 per person, excluding service charge. So be sure to keep this restaurant on your list of restaurants to go to in Causeway Bay.
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