In another segment of off the beaten track restaurants amongst the many choices in Hong Kong, here are some more places to eventually track down (once everything calms down) and try out to satisfy your culinary desires.
Kaneko Hannosuke – Japanese Tempura
For some of the best Japanese tempura in town then head over to Wanchai and sample the freshest and tastiest tempura at ‘Kaneko Hannosuke. The chefs will prepare the items right in front of you as well.
Address: Shop G16, G/F, Lee Tung Avenue, 200 Queens Road East, Wanchai, Hong Kong
The Spice House – Thai Street Food
Thai cuisine is prevalent all across Hong Kong and a place that is both authentic and well priced is ‘The Spice House – Thai Streetfood’ which tries to evoke some dishes based on the rich Bangkok street market.
Address: 2nd Floor, Shop A, Linway Court, 69-71 Stone Nullah Lane, Wan Chai
For those who love ‘Ramen’ in all its various forms, then this venue is worth sampling. They have ramen in all shapes and sizes, everything from Rakuraku Tonkotsu Ramen with BBQ Pork to fried chicken Tonkotsu ramen
Address: Shop G30, G/F, Lee Tung Avenue, Wanchai
Cafe Y Taberna
A fusion type of restaurant with the main cuisine predominantly being ‘Thai’. The food comes in good portions and is also cheap.
Address: 25 Amoy Street, Wan Chai
Teaculation – Dessert Drinks
For innovative dessert drinks, then try ‘Teaculation’ which has interesting mixed drinks like ‘Pure Uji Matcha’, ‘Passionfruit Sparkling’ Tea, ‘Sakura Peachy Strawberry Sparkling’ tea and many more to sample and consume.
Address: Wing Kut Street, Central