Valentine’s Day is right around the corner! However, it’s on Tuesday, implying some of us (sadly) may not have the whole day to celebrate it with our beloved ones. But, a marvelous dinner always reignites your joy! We know that everyone’s ideal picture of Valentine’s Day vary, so here comes the most unique dining choices that will surely make your Valentine’s night memorable, different cuisines included!
Sitting atop The Excelsior hotel, the ToTT’s and Roof Terrace boasts the magnificence of Hong Kong harbor, allowing us to see the most charismatic side of it. Nothing could possibly go wrong with such spectacular. Apart from the enchanting views, its menu, missing the Eastern and Western cuisines, is just another delight for us. Food here is perfectly cooked, grilled and seasoned, simply a perfection, just like your love.
Address: 281 Gloucester Road, Causeway Bay
Phone: 2837 6786
Having master chef Gordon Ramsay as the man behind London House, we can barely challenge the food quality here. Featuring an array of Brit quintessential dishes, such as fish and chips, Bangers & Mash and other classics, London House just has something tailor-made for everyone. No wonder it got everyone talking about it. Locating in Tsim Sha Tsui‘s dining precinct, London House adds elegance and coziness to our dining environment by personifying the unique English hostelry.
Address: G5, Tsim Sha Tsui Centre, 66 Mody Road, East Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon
Phone: 3650 3333
Who says conventionality and creativity cannot coexist? Yum Cha flawlessly demonstrates the integration of these two elements, by serving us its cute and exclusive traditional Chinese dishes, without setting aside authenticity. Come here all of you who value the time-honored Hong Kong ritual, and you can have a bit of the delicious and well-crafted dimsum! Don’t forget to take pictures of the adorable food and earn more likes on Instagram!
Address: 2/F, Nan Fung Place, 173 Des Voeux Central, Hong Kong
3/F, 20-22 Granville Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon
Phone: 3708 8081
If you are a huge fan of Chinese dimsum and seafood, Spring Moon is then the haven for you. As the Michelin-starred Cantonese restaurant at Hong Kong’s most noble Peninsula hotel, it presents Chinese cuisine at its finest. The head chef, while keeping the unique essence of Chinese cooking, gives a stylish touch on the traditional recipes. The wide ranges of superb seafood, transcendent dimsum and tailor-brewed tea matching with your meal, are the things you will absolutely adore!
Address: 1/F, The Peninsula Hong Kong, Salisbury Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon
Phone: 2696 6760
For those who are loyal to Italian food, Pirata, a restaurant truly committed to the Italian philosophy of food, simply makes your Valentines merrier. With the prices that don’t break your bank, Pirata carves up iconic Italian dishes to perfections, provides the ultimately familial services, and allows you to have a glimpse of the industrialized vintage interior designs. It just aims at impressing you in all aspects, like your loved ones.
Address: 29-30/F, 239 Hennessy Road, Wanchai, Hong Kong
Phone: 2887 0270
The eye-catching Coyote Bar & grill, with distinctive bright pink exterior facade, serves incredible Mexican dishes, ranging from burritos to tacos and gooey cheese-filled quesadillas. The Mexican attitude is real in Coyote! At least you should pop in and have a heck of a night by tasting their renowned true-margarita-in-the-town!
Its mesquite grill specialty which gives you the most distinctive smoked flavor to all kinds of meat plus the selection of over 70 varieties of margaritas will surely satisfy you on the romantic night.
Address: 114–120 Locklhart Road, Wanchai, Hong Kong
Phone: 2861 2221
Address: Shop G08A, Block A, DB Plaza, Discovery Bay
Phone: 2987 2848
This elegant sushi bar is a simple and dazzling display of the Japanese culture, just like the ones you’d find in Tokyo. The feeling of the place is simply serene, with light music played, giving you the coziest dining environment. The chefs are just obsessed with their materials, treating them as though it is the art pieces in palms. Its sashimi list offers some unusual selections of fish, and all of them are subtly seasoned and made with care. Come and enjoy your Valentines dinner with grace.
Address: 11/F Macau Yat Yuen Centre, 525 Hennessy Road, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong
Phone: 2955 0005
Many of us desire the dreamy French living. Here comes the bistro that oozes relaxed and fashionable atmosphere, making you feel like you are in France. ‘Small on space, but it’s big on ambience’ that’s how I would put it. The food here is well portioned, ideally cooked with the finest ingredients, and skilfully seasoned. Here, nonetheless, is also the right place to come if you have a passion for wine. Having the beautifully presented dishes and well-chosen wine for dinner just elevate your sweetness.
Address: G/F & 1/F Tai Yip Building, 141 Thomson Road, Wanchai, Hong Kong
Phone: 2782 6689
Located in an relatively unremarkable building, this Indian restaurant got the most impressive Indian dishes. You can easily tell that the kitchen takes spicing seriously from the jars of spices lining on the shelves. Exotic desserts are the highlights that can certainly load you with endless Indian delights. If you are looking for the traditional, perfectly-crafted Indian fine-dinning, Bombay Dreams India Restaurant is where you should go.
Address: 77 Wyndham Street, Central, Hong Kong
Phone: 2971 0001
When a Thai getaway seems impossible during this hectic month, a yummy Thai dinner may reignite your joy! Yes, I am talking about Ayuthaiya! Conveniently located on the Hollywood road in Central, Ayuthaiya allows you to start your lovely night right after work. Don’t forget to try its renowned yam longon salad! The cherry tomatoes and little mushrooms dressed with the just-the-right amount of peppery dressing just make you can’t get enough of it.