10 Best Restaurants in Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong

It’d be foolish to visit Hong Kong and not spend time in Tsim Sha Tsui. Widely regarded as one of the best districts for travellers in Hong Kong, Tsim Sha Tsui boasts a plethora of state-of-the-art megamalls and fascinating museums. It’s also home to quiet parks, sky-high bars, and wonderful art galleries. If you are looking to get culturally stimulated, you cannot afford to miss it!

Most of all, in Tsim Sha Tsui you needn’t worry when you need to quiet your stomach growling. After all, there isn’t a shortage of hole-in-the-wall eating spots or charming restaurants in the area. Serving up anything from succulent Cantonese & Asian cuisines to modern European delights, here are the best restaurants in Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong in no particular order…

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Best places to eat in Tsim Sha Tsui: The top 10 restaurants

Shang Palace

Address: 64 Mody Road, Tsim Sha Tsui East, Hong Kong

Shang Palace is located in the luxurious and opulent Kowloon Shangri-La Hotel. The place served as a Michelin two-star restaurant for seven consecutive years from 2009 to 2015. The chefs at Shang Palace excel at serving delicate gourmet Cantonese dishes which rank among some of the best cuisine in Hong Kong.

However, the restaurant isn’t only renowned for its fine, meticulously prepared, traditional Cantonese cuisine. The main chef incorporates new elements to the dishes every now and then, creating fusion cuisine that pleases the taste buds of the locals and foreigners alike.

Sun Tung Lok Chinese Cuisine

Address: Shop 401, L4, FoodLoft, Mira Place One, 132 Nathan Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong

Since its inception in 1969, Sun Tung Lok Chinese Cuisine has been one of most popular restaurants in Tsim Sha Tsui, renowned for serving excellent authentic Guangdong cuisine. The restaurant reached dizzying heights back in 2011 when it became the first non-hotel restaurant in Hong Kong to receive three Michelin stars.

The chefs at Sun Tung Lok Chinese Cuisine work round the clock to innovate new dishes and create fabulous fusion cuisine. We’re also huge fans of the décor of the restaurant; the cozy seating and soft lighting really add an elegant atmosphere to the place.


Address: G/F-1/F, Passkon Court, 79-81 Kimberley Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong

Located in Kimberley Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Seorae is an authentic Korean barbecue restaurant that serves a wide range of juicy meat including pork belly and marinated beef. In addition to its barbecued meats, the spot also offers numerous other Korean dishes, providing a fine range of food options for sophisticated palates.

Seorae restaurant is quite spacious and offers different types of seating arrangements for both friendly gatherings and family outings. We simply can’t stop waxing lyrical about this place.

SPOON by Alain Ducasse

Address: InterContinental Hong Kong, 18 Salisbury Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong

SPOON by Alain Ducasse is located in the sumptuous InterContinental Hotel, offering fantastic views of the Hong Kong skyline and Victoria Harbor in all its glory. The restaurant excels at serving up orthodox French-style cuisine.

You’ll love the impressive collection of red and white wines at SPOON, too. The interior design is also something to marvel at; the walls here are decorated with elegant, trendy paintings and ornaments, giving it a sophisticated and elegant feel. Once you get a taste, you may not be satisfied with visiting this brilliant French restaurant just once.

Empire City Roasted Duck

Address: Shop 221, K11 Art Mall, 18 Hanoi Rd, Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong

If you’re looking for a restaurant in Hong Kong that serves authentic Peking roast duck, look no further than Empire City Roasted Duck. The restaurant imports the ducks directly from Beijing and uses Dongguan’s lychee wood for roasting, resulting in impossibly juicy and succulent duck meat.

The pancake used for wrapping the duck is also excellent, charming the palate with an incredibly thick and soft texture. Empire City Roasted Duck also serves a variety of Chinese-style dishes including stir-fried rice cake with stewed pork and marinated shrimp with peony.

Dazzling Café

Address: Shop 22, L3, The ONE, No.100 Nathan Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong

We’re quite confident that the owners didn’t give much thought to the name of the restaurant. However, we can assure you that there’s a lot of effort put into the food menu at Dazzling Café.

This restaurant largely offers Western-style food such as honey toast, waffle, sandwich, and pasta etc. Fairly recently in 2015, Dazzling Café was bestowed the title of “Best South East Asian Restaurant” and “Best New Restaurant” by Openrice.

Tenku RyuGin

Address: 101/F, International Commerce Centre (ICC), 1 Austin Road West, Hong Kong

If you want to treat your taste buds to Japanese cuisine, we’d whole-heartedly recommend a visit to Tenku RyuGin. Tenku RyuGin particularly excels at serving the traditional multi-course haute Japanese meal, kaiseki.

You can always be assured of freshness when visiting Tenku RyuGin as the ingredients for their menu items are directly imported from Japan every day. With its prime location on the 101st floor of the International Commerce Centre, we also love the fact that this luxurious spot offers fantastic views of Tsim Sha Tsui and beyond.

Tin Lung Heen

Address: International Commerce Centre (ICC), 1 Austin Road West, Hong Kong

While in Hong Kong, it is a must for you to feast on some orthodox Cantonese dim sum. And we can think of no other place to try it than Tin Lung Heen.

The restaurant offers a wide range of dim sum options as well as other Cantonese delicacies. While there, be sure to try their Cantonese-style desserts; we can bet our bottom dollar that you won’t be disappointed.

St. George

Address: Hullett House, 2A Canton Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong

If you are looking to try modern French cuisine with a blend of British style in Tsim Sha Tsui, we would suggest a visit to St. George. While there, you can either opt to create your own combination from the a la carte menu or choose from the five-or eight-course tasting menus.

The decor is quite stunning, too. The high-vaulted ceilings, crystal chandeliers, old leather sofas, and heavy velvet curtains will make you feel as though you’re back to colonial Hong Kong.

Khyber Pass

Address: 7/F Block, Chungking Mansions, Flat E2 E, 36-44 Nathan Road Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong

Need a little spice in your life? Khyber Pass is the ideal Tsim Sha Tsui restaurant for curry lovers. This Pakistani venue is widely popular in the area, and has been featured in several TV programs as well. The yummy food options include South Asian classics like chicken korma, mutton vindaloo, and butter chicken.

On a side note: Khyber Pass is located in Tsim Sha Tsui’s infamous Chungking Mansions. It’s particular blend of seedy hawkers might not be to everyone’s tastes.

Where to stay: The best hotels in Tsim Sha Tsui for foodies

As Hong Kong’s most popular area for travellers, choosing where to stay in Tsim Sha Tsui leaves you with plenty of excellent options. Wherever you choose to lay your down here, you’ll be steps away from some of Hong Kong’s tastiest restaurants and most delectable dishes. Here are a few ideas…

  • The Salisbury YMCA of Hong Kong: Don’t let the YMCA label fool you: This popular Tsim Sha Tsui hotel is nothing short of brilliant. Whether you opt for their more budget-friendly singles or their higher end offers with stunning views of Victoria Harbour, you won’t regret staying in this lovely hotel.
  • Hotel ICON: You’ll love spending time at this ultra-stylish luxury hotel featuring rich & sophisticated rooms with floor-to-ceiling windows peering out onto the skyline. The views from 9th-floor infinity pool is worth the stay alone.
  • The Peninsula Hong Kong: One of Asia’s top luxury hotels, this Hong Kong institution sets the bar for luxurious stays in Tsim Sha Tsui. Enjoy your stay to the fullest with a day in the spa or a soak in the Romanesque pool. There’s even a selection of 8 delectable on-site restaurants after you’ve maxed out the options on this list!

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