Hong Kong, the world’s most vertical city is famous for its skyscrapers and shopping destinations. However, the city also has a number of popular and affordable eateries that are catering to the needs of locals, business travellers and the general tourists alike. With 61 restaurants that have Michelin star ratings, this is one heaven for the food lovers of the world.
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Caprice – This is a two Michelin-starred restaurant that has a French flavour in everything that it has to offer to its guests. The grandeur of the interiors, the huge collection of French cheeses (largest in Hong Kong) and impressive selection of Bordeaux and Burgundy wines makes this one of the finest places to eat in Hong Kong.
Yan Toh Heen – It is a restaurant which is equally famous for its amazing Cantonese cuisine and the panoramic views of the harbour area. It is located at 18, Salisbury Road, Kowloon.
Lung Keen Heen – With the pride of being the first Chinese hotel in the world to get three Michelin Stars, Lung Keen Heen is located in the Central district of Hong Kong. In addition to a sumptuous menu of Cantonese foods, the elite restaurant offers a panoramic view of the Harbour.
Other popular eateries in Hong Kong
Jumbo Kingdom – The floating restaurant of Jumbo Kingdom is a must visit place for the food lovers in Hong Kong and is an international attraction. The restaurant has the pride of hosting elite personalities like Queen Elizabeth II, Tom Cruise or John Wayne.
RyuGin – It is a Japanese restaurant that is located on the 101st floor of the Landmark ICC, the tallest building in Hong Kong. It does not need special mentioning that the restaurant, in addition to an amazing spread of exotic Japanese cuisine also offers a breathtaking view of the Hong Kong Skyline and Kowloon harbour.
Ming Court at Langham Palace Hotel – Located on the 6th floor of the Langham Palace Hotel, this place is famous for its Cantonese dining and unique wine pairing experience that it offers to its guests. With a cellar packed with 430 wines, this is the place where wine-lovers of the world would love to be at.
Amber at Landmark Mandarin Oriental – It is another restaurant with two Michelin stars under its belt. The place is widely regarded among the food lovers of Hong Kong because of the classic blend of French and Asian cuisine.
Flight Information From Mumbai To Hong Kong
The flight time from Mumbai to Hong Kong is 5 hours 50 minutes and there are 8 airlines that operate between Mumbai (BOM) and Hong Kong (HKG). These are Japan Airlines, Etihad Airways, Cathay Pacific, Jet Airways, All Nippon, Sunstate Airlines /Qantaslink, American Airlines, and Air India. There are 57 weekly flights of which Cathay Pacific, Japan Airlines, and American Airlines has 10, Air India has 7 and the rest have 5 Mumbai to Hong Kong flights every week. You can book in advance and get huge discounts. So plan well and buy cheap air tickets.