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Cheap and cheerful.

You don’t have to spend a fortune to eat well in Hong Kong.  Here are some options that won’t break the bank. Try The Peking Garden in Taikoo Shing on Hong Kong Island. It offers a mixture of Cantonese, Chiuchow and Provincial cuisine. At 3.6.9. Restaurant Shanghai on O’Brien Road in Wan Chai prices range from $7 to $14 per dish. The wonton soup is as good here, as you will find anywhere in Hong Kong.

There are always queues waiting to dine at Nha Trang in Matheson St, Central and the fresh, tangy Vietnamese food never disappoints. Try some Banh Xero (Sizzling Saigon Crepe) for $18 or the grilled lemongrass beef rice-paper rolls for $12. For arguably the best Shanghai dumplings in town drop in to Crystal Jade - a chain of stores that pop up all around Hong Kong.

Time to impress

Few other cities around the world can rival Hong Kong when it comes to high-end dining.  Here’s a pick of some of the best Hong Kong eating establishments to take someone to if you want to make a good impression.

You will find The Pawn in Wan Chai on Hong Kong Island housed in one of Hong Kong’s most iconic landmark buildings. The menu is filled with modern classics from salmon confit to Wagyu tomahawk steak.

Wooloomooloo Steakhouse has great food, but it is hard not to say that the view is the most outstanding aspect of this restaurant. It sits on the 31st Floor and Rooftop of The Hennessy in Hennessy Road Wan Chai with floor-to-ceiling windows that capture every angle of Hong Kong’s skyline. As the name suggests, it is a steak house. The best value option is to book a two-course set-menu lunch.

The Luk Yu Tea House on Stanley Street Central provides a peek into Hong Kong’s past. This Michelin recommended restaurant has turned dim sim into an art form. Go with a friend and share as many taste sensations as you possibly can fit in.

For Cantonese dining try the Michelin starred Man Wah at the Mandarin Oriental. The restaurant has been open since 1963, it has great views of the harbour and Central, and the wok-fired sole with black bean sauce is simply divine.

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