Central’s dining scene tends to shift from time to time, so there’s always a new restaurant opening in this busy district offering innovative cuisine to satisfy Hong Kong’s seasoned foodies. While there are plenty of award-winning restaurants with elegant dining rooms and degustation menus, you’ll also find budget-friendly teahouses and dim sum spots that have been around for generations.

    Lan Kwai Fong may be known for its vibrant nightlife scene, but there are plenty of local noodle shops and traditional teahouses where you can dine shoulder-to-shoulder with locals. For a more international vibe, SoHo is home to late-night restaurants serving European and Asian dishes.

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