Lunch Spots in Hong Kong

Are you looking for the best lunch spots in Hong Kong to satisfy your cravings? Look no further! From traditional dim sum to modern fusion cuisine, Hong Kong offers a plethora of dining options for every palate. Whether you're a local or a visitor, explore our guide to discover the top lunch spots that will leave you coming back for more. Searching for affordable lunch options in Hong Kong? Check out our recommendations for budget-friendly eats in the bustling city!

1. Lau Sam Kee, Hong Kong

Lau Sam Kee Exterior

For over 20 years, this restaurant has made its wanton noodles using a bamboo press - one of the few restaurants in Hong Kong that still uses the traditional method. A popular eatery with good food.

2. Tim Ho Wan, Hong Kong

Tim Ho Wan Trays

Originally the "world's cheapest Michelin-star restaurant", Tim Ho Wan has capitalized on its fame by expanding internationally and setting up shop as a (still beloved) chain. Cantonese dim sum - try the pork buns.

3. LockCha, Hong Kong

LockCha Tea Time

Chinese teahouse and vegetarian dim sum restaurant. Located within popular Hong Kong Park - a convenient spot for food and refreshment. A recommended venue to explore traditional tea culture.

4. Common Ground, Hong Kong

Common Ground Exterior

LA inspired cafe with delicious food and coffee ☕. Try their signature scrambled eggs and toast for brunch or an espresso ball for a deconstructed and delicious hit of caffeine.

5. Maxim's Palace, Hong Kong

Maxim's Palace At City Hall - Food

A pioneer of the upmarket dim sum trolley (and one of the few that maintain the practice) - Maxim's Palace, located at Hong Kong City Hall, offers a polished dining experience in viewing distance of Victoria Harbour.

6. Sing Kee, Hong Kong

Sing Kee Table

Renowned for its quick service, Sing Kee has become a frequented eatery in Central. When visiting, inquire with the waiting staff about the daily specials, as some of the restaurant's best dishes are not visible on the menu.

7. Giacomo, Hong Kong

Giacomo Pasta

With beautiful high ceilings and stunning artwork, Giacomo's dining space garners praise. Still, the Italian fine dining menu is the obvious draw here. Try a delicate seafood dish, or better yet, work through their lunch set.

8. Lin Heung Tea House, Hong Kong

Lin Heung Lau Entrance

Old-school tea house and restaurant known for its dim sum. With recipes prepared using traditional techniques, this place is a favorite amongst Hong Kong locals. Its chaotic dining environment also makes for an immersive experience.

9. ABC Kitchen, Hong Kong

ABC Kitchen Food

Hong Kong's indoor food centers are a great entry-way into its traditional cuisine. So imagine your surprise when you happen upon a too-good Italian spot. While it's an odd addition to the Queen Street market, the food is top-notch.

10. Blue Supreme, Hong Kong

Blue Supreme Lunch

Get a taste of Belgian craft ales and live beers here. Order from the lunch menu to pair a brew with either the Duck Confit Burger or Brie Prosciutto Sandwich for a full meal. For something sweet, opt for the homemade Underbaked Cookies.

11. Cô Thành Restaurant, Hong Kong

Cô Thành Restaurant - Food

Thai eatery offering a delicious, yet casual, dining experience. Enjoy a variety of soups, noodles, and salads that are sure to please any palate. And with space for 100 diners, Cô Thành can accommodate large groups and family gatherings.

12. Lei Garden, Hong Kong

Lei Garden Food

Michelin-starred Cantonese restaurant chain that has grown to ten locations since opening in 1973 - the Wan Chai venue arguably being the best. Dim sum, double-boiled soups, and the siu yuk (suckling pig) are favorites amongst patrons.

13. Man Mo Dim Sum, Hong Kong

Man Mo Café - Food 1

Dim sum restaurant founded on the concept of integrating western ingredients into the traditional dim sum formula. From the foie gras-filled Viao Long Bao buns to the lemon-curd-filled egg tarts, Man Mo have got something for everyone.