This Lan Kwai Fong 40-seat restaurant may sound rather star-struck but the menu at this two-star Michelin restaurant is truly fit for a celebrity. Minced beancurd fritters, fish head clay pot and pan-fried turnip cake are some of the most coveted dishes here. 1F Lan Kwai Fong Hotel, 3 Kau U Fong, Central, Hong Kong.
Tel: 3650 0066.
Otto e Mezzo - Bombana
Otto e Mezzo is the first Italian restaurant outside Italy to receive three Michelin stars. The signature dishes here are burrata cheese ravioli; marinated scampi with caviar and sea urchin, and veal chop Milanese with Sicilian tomatoes. Shop 202, Landmark Alexandra, 18 Chater Road, Central Hong Kong.
Tel: 2537 8859
Fancy molecular gastronomy? Hop over to Bo Innovation. As its chef Alvin Leung puts it, this place is all about "x-treme Chinese cuisine". Sample the wobbly blob of ginger-infused pork soup; Chinese sausage; and rice ice cream, which are truly fit for a grourmand. Shop 13, 2F, J Residence, 18 Ship Street, Wan Chai, Hong Kong.
Tel: 2850 8371
Gold by Harlan Goldstein
Gold is bold - whether in its colour scheme or larger-thanlife culinary experience. The chef's signatures here are wild boar ragout tagliatelle with melting organic egg and shaved pecorino cheese, and slow-cooked Colorado lamb rib. This place hosts some of the best-dressed in Hong Kong. Level 2, LKF Tower, 33 Wyndham Street, Lan Kwai Fong, Central, Hong Kong.
Tel: 2869 9986.
The only French restaurant in town with three Michelin stars, Caprice is simply exquisite. Imagine dining amidst opulent gold decor, custom-made Swarovski crystal chandeliers, floor-to-ceiling windows with a spectacular vista of the Victoria Harbour. And then there is the delectable food to tuck into! 6F Four Seasons Hotel, 8 Finance Street, Central, Hong Kong.
Tel: 3196 8888