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By Jefferson Mendoza | July 1st, 2019

The Market is a finalist on The Loop HK 30 Best Eats 2019

Dining as it should be: Experience the world at The Market at Hotel ICON, where your senses are enriched by the buffet restaurant’s seven open kitchens, including Singaporean, Chinese, Malaysian, Indian, Thailand, South East Asian, and Western cuisines.

The Market’s Fried Crab with Yellow Curry. Photo: Hotel ICON

Inspired by iconic food markets of Asia and Europe, food lovers will be pleased to discover international classics from colorful and quality seafood like lobsters, prawns, and shrimps found at the cold cuts station to tantalizing authentic regional specialties including Singapore’s hawker stall-style soups and fragrant curries and noodles. Take advantage of one of The Market’s signature dishes: the Alaskan King Crab Legs. Imported from Canada, they are sweet and rich in texture.

For those with a sweet tooth, why not try durian-fused Nyonya desserts from Malaysia or those majestic red mango desserts – available on rotational basis – that were once exclusively reserved for the Thai Royal family. Hotel ICON is also the first in the city to introduce Durian desserts and they’ve become part of their signature items – a must-try whenever you’re at The Market!

Hotel ICON
Executive Chef Philip Leung and his team. Photo: Hotel ICON

It’s not surprising to know that The Market was named as OpenRice’s Best Buffet restaurant for eight years in a row.

To celebrate this winning streak, The Market offers the bird’s nest afternoon tea desserts – available only on a rotational basis on weekends –  where highlights include golden bird’s nest with ruby mango, sago and pomelo, lychee cream served with golden bird’s nest and strawberry macaron!

Where? 2/F, 17 Science Museum, Road, Tsim Sha Tsui.

When? Saturday-Thursday 6:30am-10pm; Friday 6:30am-11pm.

How much? Dinner buffet starts from HK$678 per person.

How to book? RSVP on, call 3400-1388 or:

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