Discover Hong Kong. Hong Kong isn’t just about wontons and sushi. Let’s spice up your dining game with some off-the-chart eating experiences!
1. Jǐng: A Time Machine Dining Spot
Jǐng takes you back to the Song Dynasty at Auntie Āyi in Pacific Place. Named “Best Unique Dining Experience in Hong Kong,” it’s a hidden gem offering a multi-sensory banquet. Picture this: 360-degree visuals, music, storytelling, and an eight-course menu bringing alive ancient China’s culinary treasures. Imagine Su Shi Slow-cooked Pork Belly or Emperor Gaozong’s Orange-flavoured Crab Meat. Reserve via WhatsApp for a lunch or dinner like no other!
2. Savour Cinema: Movies Meet Food
Think popcorn makes movies better? How about pairing films with food? Savour Cinema does just that. Each event features a different film alongside dishes that capture scenes’ emotions. Whether fashioning a “May Queen” display for Midsommar or serving courses in tinned fish cans for Chungking Express, Savour Cinema brings movies to life.
3. Dinner in the Dark: Sensory Overload
At Dinner in the Dark, sight’s out, and taste, smell, and touch take the lead. This fine dining journey by Dialogue in the Dark HK Foundation immerses you in complete darkness, challenging your senses. It’s a unique experience, doubling as both entertainment and social impact, inviting you to connect with the visually impaired.
4. The Magistracy: History Meets Dining
Once the Hong Kong Supreme Court, The Magistracy revives history. Its Dining Room serves London-inspired classics amid antique architecture. Take in the grandeur and sip on the finest gin at the Botanical Garden terrace for an outdoorsy twist.
5. Relish: Customized Culinary Events
Relish crafts unique events from concept to completion. Whether it’s a cocktail party inspired by Hong Kong’s nostalgic foods or a corporate launch featuring fun-sized bites, Relish brings your vision to life with style.
6. Aqua Luna: Dining on the Water
The iconic Aqua Luna invites you for a sea adventure. Dine aboard and feast your eyes on Victoria Harbour’s beauty. Opt for the Dim Sum Cruise or the Dinner Cruise, both offering picturesque views and delightful eats.
7. Pata Negra House Group: Spanish Gastronomy Delight
Pata Negra House Group is a haven for Spanish gastronomy. Dive into the world of Iberico ham with lavish tasting experiences. Indulge in the eight-course tapas menu or the Prestige Experience featuring rare Rubio Dorado ham and more, paired with sherry.
Unveiling Hong Kong’s Unique Dining Hotspots
From time-traveling banquets to movie-themed dinners and dining in complete darkness, Hong Kong’s dining scene is a rollercoaster of experiences. Each spot promises a unique journey, making dining more than just a meal—it’s an adventure!