Tatler Dining Best Restaurants Hong Kong & Macau

Tatler Dining Best Restaurants Hong Kong & Macau


Tatler Dining Best Restaurants Hong Kong & Macau has been the indispensable dining guide for connoisseurs since 1984. With local food and wine experts covering over 250 of Hong Kong and Macau’s top restaurants, cafes and bars, the guide is the last word in good taste.

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1 min.
the year that changed everything

Decades from now, I am sure that 2020 will be seen as a pivotal moment in the history of the world. It was a year of disruption and change brought on by Covid-19, which has impacted every facet of human existence—not least, the way we interact with each other and how we dine. The restaurant world, in particular, has been irreversibly changed. The challenges that the industry has faced have been phenomenal, but yet we will always choose to remain on the side of optimism. This year, we have seen the resilience of an industry that has proven time and time again to be absolutely essential to our lives. Without the restaurant or the bar, denied of places to socialise and to share, we are robbed of a kind of experience…

3 min.
tables to anticipate

Bibi & Baba 1-7 Ship Street, Wan Chai, Hong Kong bibibabahkg bibibabahkg Taking over the Ham & Sherry space on Ship Street, Wan Chai, is an exciting new destination dedicated to the pleasures of Peranakan food. Opened by JIA Group in collaboration with PasirpanjangBoy, Singapore’s vibrant pink-haired duo known for both their makeup and culinary skills, Bibi & Baba is a fresh take on Nyonya gastronomy. Smoke & Barrel 1/F-2/F, Wyndham Mansion, 32 Wyndham Street, Central, Hong Kong smokeandbarrelhk smokeandbarrelhk Created by chefs Chris Grare and Arron Rhodes of Kinship, Smoke & Barrel is their second project and is dedicated to the grand old tradition of Texas-style smokehouse barbecue, cooked over hickory wood—think juicy slabs of brisket and sticky ribs. The restaurant took over the space vacated by Björn Frantzen’s The Flying Elk and is helmed by former American…

3 min.
the ultimate dining cheatsheet

That Cafe Life For the city’s best coffee, tea, and the treats in between APT Coffee Artista Perfetto Bakehouse Coco Espresso Crew Coffee Dang Wen Li Detour Halfway Coffee Interval Teakha Dim Sum and Then Some Proper little morsels that touch the heart Cuisine Cuisine Page 94 Dynasty Page 99 Forum Page 104 Golden Leaf Page 111 Kin’s Kitchen Page 133 Lung King Heen Page 151 Man Ho Page 157 One Harbour Road Page 177 Shang Palace Page 206 Spring Moon Page 209 Table For One, Please When you want to focus on nothing but the food in front of you The Araki Page 59 22 Ships Page 51 Bayfare Social Page 67 Cô Thành Page 88 Little Bao Diner Page 145 Okra Page 176 Samsen Page 200 Pici Page 183 L’Atelier De Joël Robuchon Page 137 Mono Page 167 Best Private Dining Rooms Presenting 2020's hottest feature, the exclusive enclave Amber Page 55 Épure Page 102 Jade Dragon Page 255 Mott 32 Page 168 8 ½ Otto e Mezzo Page 52 Roganic…

6 min.
off the menu: the restaurants we miss

It would be hard to imagine a more brutal twelve months in the hospitality industry. The loss of confidence in dining out resulting from long stretches of social unrest in Hong Kong had already taken their toll on bars and restaurants at every price point, from local noodle joints to Michelin-starred temples of gastronomy, before anyone had even heard of Covid-19. And just when business was starting to pick up, the city was hit by its first wave of infections. The impact has been horrendous, the changes seismic, with thousands of restaurants shuttering, tens of thousands out of work, with countless more set to join them. The toll has been physical, financial but arguably most of all, emotional and psychological. But despite everything, it's also important to remember and recognise, and to…

5 min.
the future classics

The Future Classics 15/F, Global Trade Square, 21 Wong Chuk Hang Road, Hong Kong…

4 min.
united we dine: the highs and lows of 2020

Hong Kong’s food and beverage industry has endured a bleak 2020. The statistics are grim, as the city, and the rest of the world, shut down in efforts to contain Covid-19, with the number of visitors to Hong Kong plunging more than 99% from a year ago, to just 82,000 in March—a figure that has remained dismal since. Restaurants and bars have borne the brunt of the slump, with strict social distancing measures compunding problems by limiting dining hours, group size and in the case of bars, closure. While statistics on restaurant closures are not readily available, unemployment data shows that the coronavirus has taken a toll not just on people’s health, but the economy’s too. For the June to August quarter, Hong Kong’s unemployment rate was 6.1%. In the food and…