In Hong Kong, there are restaurants closing and opening possibly everyday, or at least every week. With so many amazing diner spots in the city, we have narrowed it down to our absolute top 3 favorites. 


Little Bao is about sharing - food and cultures. Little Bao, a modern Chinese diner, is influenced by the international tastes of its hometown Hong Kong. Big on sharing and little on the bao, it’s an original take on classic comfort foods. Using familiar ingredients in unexpected yet honest ways, Little Bao is always adventurous and playful - a fun and authentic cross-cultural eating experience.
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Chôm Chôm kitchen & bar brings Vietnam’s lively Bia Hoi tradition of sipping fresh beer on busy street corners to Peel Street in Hong Kong’s vibrant Soho district. The menu is inspired by classic Hanoi street foods and meant to pair with the bar’s diverse selection of regional Vietnamese beers.
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Frantzén’s Kitchen is a modern Nordic restaurant serving medium-sized dishes with Asian influences, all set in a casual and relaxed environment.
They offer an á la carte menu created by Björn Frantzén and Jim Löfdahl. You can choose to sit at the kitchen counter for the full experience or at a table in the dining room. 

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