OUR LUXURIOUS CHOICE:
Treat yourself and your loved one to a swanky dining experience at Zuma in Landmark, Central. Zuma is a global chain that is internationally renowned for its twist on Japanese dining. This up-market restaurant is a great way to indulge this valentines day.
OUR EDGY CHOICE:
Lúng Fu Pào is a relatively new restaurant located on Elgin Street in Central. Named after a Hong Kong adult magazine, this raunchy themed sushi restaurant pushes all the boundaries in just the right way. The perfect place to have some fun and great food on Valentine’s day.
|MARY KATRANTZOU||VIVIENNE TAM|
OUR SOPHISTICATED CHOICE:
Popinjays is a contemporary rooftop dining space located in the Murray Hotel. It is known for its stylish bar and beautiful wrap-around terrace. It is the perfect place to basque in some lunchtime sun whilst overlooking one of the most sought after views in Hong Kong.
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OUR MORE RELAXED CHOICE:
Ruam is a vibrant and causal restaurant and garden bar that boasts delicious Thai food and cocktails. Named after the Thai word ‘gather’ to reflect the buzzing and welcoming environment Ruam has created. Suitable for those looking for a more chilled and relaxed Valentine’s day destination.
OUR INSTA-WORTHY CHOICE:
Madame Fù is a contemporary Cantonese restaurant that is located in the cool barracks of Tai Kwun. Madame Fù has multiple different rooms depending on what you’re there for. You can have brunch, lunch, afternoon tea or just drinks… either way all rooms are just as Insta-worthy as each other. The luxurious interior is coupled with a chilled atmosphere making it a great spot for whatever you fancy doing!
|YVES SAINT LAURENT||SOPHIA WEBSTER|
OUR COSY COOL CHOICE:
Chaiwala is an underground gem serving modern Indian food. The restaurant consists of three distinct spaces – The Chai Bar, Kitchen and Dining Hall. All three areas are decorated immensely, which creates a dynamic environment that will excite all your senses.
|STELLA MCCARTNEY||LORO PIANA|
|BOTTEGA VENETA||LOUIS VUITTON|