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Hungry for adventure? Whether you're out with friends or on a solo culinary expedition, there are some great new restaurants in Hong Kong to check out this year. Hong Kong's foodie scene is ablaze with innovation, offering a diverse range of flavors and experiences. From trendy hangouts to cozy hideaways, there's something for every food lover. So, why wait? Take a culinary tour through the vibrant streets and charming corners of Hong Kong and discover exciting surprises at every turn. From bustling Hong Kong Island to tucked-away gems in New Territories, these new restaurants are simply unmissable. Bon appétit!
Introducing Eggslut, a haven for egg lovers. As the name suggests, this spot specializes in all things eggy, bridging the gap between breakfast and comfort food. Enjoy comforting breakfast sandwiches that are available all day long. From the classic bacon, egg and cheese to a mouthwatering gaucho sandwich with steak slices, the menu offers classics and creative twists.
At Eggslut, it's not just about the food; it's about the experience. Their friendly staff aims to serve you with top-notch quality dishes and a welcoming atmosphere. If you're an egg enthusiast seeking a unique and satisfying dining experience, make sure to pay Eggslut a visit.
- Where – G/F&1/F, Fashion Walk, 11-19 Great George Street, Causeway Bay
- When – Monday to Sunday, 8:30 a.m. - 8:30 p.m.
- Price – $$
Searching for a heartwarming curry experience? Head over to Sha Tin's renowned restaurant that satisfies all curry cravings. Originally a Japanese eatery, this new restaurant in Hong Kong offers a delightful fusion of Japanese curries with international inspiration. By blending the flavors of Southeast and South Asian countries like Thailand, Singapore, Malaysia and India, this gem allows customers to savor various cultural takes on curries. One must-try dish is their Asam curry — a fusion of Malaysian Asam Laksa and Japanese curry, resulting in a tantalizing blend of spiciness and tanginess.
- Where – Shop 703A, 7/F, Phase 1, New Town Plaza, 18 Shatin Center Street, Shatin
- When – Monday to Friday, 12 - 10 p.m.; Saturday to Sunday, 11:30 a.m. - 10 p.m
- Price – $$$
- Phone – +852 2612 2261
1st and Beaudry
Located in Wong Chuk Hang, 1st and Beaudry takes its name from a lively street corner in Downtown Los Angeles, but its heart beats to the rhythm of Hong Kong. With a cosmopolitan spirit, this gem showcases an exciting blend of cultures, offering delectable delights from Korea, Mexico, the Middle East and beyond.
Don't miss out on their scrumptious tacos, available in three delicious variations. Not to mention, there's a vegan option that thoughtfully includes all the plant-based foodies out there. So, if you're craving some LA vibes right here in Hong Kong, 1st and Beaudry is the spot to be. It's like a SoCal culinary adventure right at your doorstep.
- Where – 7/F, the Arca, 43 Heung Yip Road, Wong Chuk Hang
- When – Monday to Friday, 11 a.m. - 8 p.m.; Saturday to Sunday, 12 - 4 p.m.
- Price – $$$
Soul Guide is a Dai Pai Dong-inspired gem in Tsim Tsa Tsui. If you're in search of an authentic taste of Hong Kong's culinary heritage, this spot is a must-visit. Dai Pai Dong, roughly translating to "big license stall" in Cantonese, has been a cherished part of the city's food culture for years. With only a handful remaining, Soul Guide keeps the legacy alive with mouthwatering dishes like meat skewers, grilled seafood and an extensive selection of beers. Take a delicious trip back in time and savor the old-school Hong Kong vibe at Soul Guide.
- Where – 2/F, Tern Plaza, 5 Cameron Road, Tsim Sha Tsui
- When – Monday to Sunday, 11 a.m. - 12 a.m.
- Price – $$$
- Phone – +852 2336 6338
Specializing in Tonkatsu, Tsukanto is the ultimate destination for all meat lovers. This hidden gem serves up top-notch Tonkatsu using imported pork straight from Japan. The star of their menu is the Tonkatsu sandwich, packed with sliced Tonkatsu, crunchy cabbage and a signature sauce. Each dish is prepared with the freshest ingredients, ensuring a delightful blend of crispiness on the outside and tenderness on the inside. If you're up for a meaty adventure, Tsukanto is where it's at.
- Where – Shop 1002, 1/F, Fire Zone, ELEMENTS, 1 Austin Road West, Tsim Sha Tsui
- When – Monday to Sunday, 11:30 a.m. - 8 p.m.
- Price – $$$
- Phone – +852 2331 3822