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Nobu located at the InterContinental in Hong Kong serves up all its wonderful signature dishes, along with creations such as the Hirame XO Salsa and Oven Baked Black Cod cooked in a lotus leaf topped with dried miso and yuzu, made from locally sourced ingredients.
You get a lovely view of the harbor from the dining room. The restaurant is open daily for lunch and dinner. It is pricey, but just check out the food erotica below.
Address: 18 Salisbury Road
You get some of the freshest sushi, sashimi and rolls at this Japanese joint. A blend of traditional Japanese with a modern twist.
Recommend you to try the Kyoto Salad, Chopped Salmon on Rice Cracker, Kobe Gyu Sushi Roll and Spicy Ramen.
Address: 2/F, 1 Lan Kwai Fong, Central
In the midst of all the Asian cuisine around town, this Mexican place can be the treat you need. Nothing like getting a cold beer or margarita and eating some nachos, quesadillas and fajitas. Guilty pleasures.
Address: Elements, Austin Rd W, Tsim Sha Tsui
Beirut Bar & Restaurant
This place serves up authentic Lebanese cuisine in Hong Kong with a cosy atmosphere. There is downstairs seating by the open doors and upstairs seating in the dining/lounge area with comfy sofas. Don’t forget to try the hummus.
This is an Indonesian restaurant. Although they have changed locations to a more central area, they still maintain the same true authenticity to their cuisine. If you like satays and currys, this place is a must.
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