Ya hungry? Look no further than our handpicked list of new restaurants to check out in the GBA this December. From fusion cuisines to specialty dining experiences, these emerging hot spots are awaiting your RSVP now!
Step into Tsim Sha Tsui to discover Stella Kappo, an inspired Japanese-Italian fusion establishment offering ab impeccable gastronomic experience. With seating options ranging from cozy indoor tables to a stunning terrace with transparent igloo tents, guests can relish their meals in comfort. The fare is equally impressive, with a delicious eight-course tasting menu and a tempting a la carte option. Whether you choose the full tasting course or pick and choose, this new restaurant is a must-try in Hong Kong!
Shop 308, Level 3, The One, 100 Nathan Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, +852 9301 3108
Bochord blends classic British vibes with modern elegance, creating an atmosphere of sophisticated coziness. Guests can savor a seven-course gourmet meal among endless bookshelves and cozy seating areas. This unique Causeway Bay restaurant offers a one-of-a-kind gastronomic adventure, featuring dishes like carabinero red prawn with shrimp roe noodles, Nagasaki chicken roulade with beetroot salad, and charcoal grilled A5 Miyazaki-gyu rib cap. With its unique ambiance and delicious fare, Bochord is the perfect destination for a night to remember.
From its curved walls and Saharan-desert inspired color scheme to the carefully curated a la carte menu, House of Culture is sure to delight guests with its creative design and delicious fare. For starters, indulge in the House Martini for a flavorful twist on the classic Gibson, or the refreshing pandan-flavored Caipirinha to complement your meal. And don’t miss out on chef Gavin Chin’s crowd-favorite signatures from his former endeavor at Brut!, such as prawn doughnut with laksa broth and coffee oil.
G/F, Shop B, Kenbo Commercial Building, 335-339 Queen’s Road West, Sai Ying Pun, +852 4418 2265
The name Plaisance by Mauro Colagreco may be a mouthful (get it?), but the restaurant itself more than justifies it. Under the leadership of renowned Argentine chef Mauro Colagreco, this debut project in Hong Kong is sure to delight diners with its captivating ocean theme. Embark on a delicious culinary voyage exploring different layers of the ocean, starting with its exquisite three-floor interior: immerse in the sophisticated fine dining space on the first floor, the casual venue on the ground floor, or the exclusive members-only private club in the basement. A gastronomic adventure awaits!
1/F, 1 Duddell Street, Central, +852 3156 2600
Aunty Malay pays homage to the cultural flavors of Malaysia with dishes that boast intricate details and bold spices. Its menu includes a range of popular Malaysian dishes, as well as inventive fusion recipes. Aunty Malay’s interior design is another highlight, with vibrant colors and Nyonya-style textiles. To offer something special to diners in Hong Kong, this restaurant also incorporates the “Cultural Shiok” section, which highlights a selection of reinvented local dishes. If you are in search of authentically delicious Malaysian food, you know where to head to next.
Shop 16, G/F, Ocean Terminal, Harbour City, 3-27 Canton Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, +852 2110 3533
Mercury Recalls by Lost Stars is the ultimate gathering place for music lovers: not only does it boast an impressive record store, it offers a range of cozy and inviting spaces for all to enjoy. With a passion for good tunes and vinyl, the establishment serves as a hub for music lovers to immerse themselves in music and comfort. From simple and honest dishes and delicious drinks to nostalgic tunes, there’s something for everyone here. Whether you’re in the mood for a drink, snacks, or a full evening of entertainment, this place has it all. Come home to music, come home to Mercury Recalls!
Shop A&C, G/F, Fairview Mansion 51 Paterson Street, Causeway Bay, +852 2416 7503
Step into Don Alfonso 1890 in Macau to enjoy an elevated and authentic experience of Southern Italian cuisine. The restaurant, part of the family-owned Michelin-starred establishment in Sant’Agata sui Due Golfi, features a vibrant and convivial atmosphere. Inspired by Versace, the restaurant offers diners a stylish setting and a menu curated by Head Chef Federico Pucci. Utilizing fresh produce from their own backyard, the restaurant provides a gourmet taste of Naples with its farm-to-table cuisine. And don’t forget to upgrade your experience with a selection from the exceptional wine list.
Level 3, Palazzo Versace Macau (Hotel Entrance), Grand Lisboa Palace Resort Macau, 116 R. da Patinagem, Macao, +853 8881 1390
VEDGE is Cotai’s leading vegan store and bakery. With a mission to promote healthy living through educational workshops and sustainable vegan baking, their menu includes plant-based treats and guilt-free desserts. They utilize a variety of innovative ingredients, like super seeds and plant-based milks, to create moist, flavorful, and nutritious vegan treats. Their mission is to raise awareness for a sustainable lifestyle and the benefits of a vegan diet, so whether you’re lactose intolerant, diabetic, allergic to gluten, or just health conscious, VEDGE will never leave you behind. Enjoy delicious and environmentally sound vegan dining at VEDGE Macau!
Shop 2078, Level 2 Macau Gourmet Walk, Studio City Macau, Estr. do Istmo, Macao, +853 8865 6868