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Art Basel Hong Kong 2016: Where to Eat

By Whitewaller

March 24, 2016

In Hong Kong for Art Basel this week? We’ve got you covered on where to eat between fairs and events.

Man Wah
Known as one of Hong Kong’s most beautiful dining spaces, this Michelin-starred Cantonese restaurant serves exquisite local and regional specialties. While dining, guests can enjoy atmospheric decor and panoramic views of both the Victoria Harbour and the Hong Kong skyline.
25/F Mandarin Orienal, 5 Connaught Road Central, Hong Kong

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BIBO
In conjunction with executive chef Mutaro Balde, internationally renowned artist VHILS is debuting a series of unseen works. A collaborative brunch, lunch, and dinner menu is offered, and the venue‘s bar, Le Comptoir de Bibo, will have special cocktails, bar bites and music by DJs led by bar manager Timothy Ching.
G/F, 163 Hollywood Rd, Sheung Wan, Hong Kong

Serge et Le Phoque
Situated in at The Zenith in Hong Kong, Serge et Le Phoque is among the premier French restaurants in the vicinity. Chef Christophe Pelé is known for his stark yet modern presentations that mirror the bold flavors of each dish.
Tower 1, The Zenith, 3 Wan Chai Rd, Wan Chai, Hong Kong

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Aberdeen Street Social
Aberdeen Street Social, located in central Hong Kong, is the third collaboration between Michelin-star Chef Jason Atherton and entrepreneur Yeen Wong. The two-floor venue features an upstairs dining room with cocktail bar and cafe on the bottom floor.
35 Aberdeen St, Central, Hong Kong

Cipriani
Since 2003, David Tang and Giuseppe Cipriani have offered a “members only” club at Cipriani Hong Kong, and have been exclusively serving the best Italian food, drinks, style, and service. Cipriani Hong Kong delivers sought-after traditions and true cuisine expereinces in the Old Bank of China Building, and is only closed on Sunday.
12/F Bank Street, Old Bank of China Building, Central, Hong Kong

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Zuma
Located in central Hong Kong, Zuma brings a sophisticated twist on the traditional Japanese izakaya style of eating and drinking. With multiple levels connected by a luxe spiral staircase, the terrace with a surrounding garden, lounge, and bar are all connected for guests to enjoy.
Landmark, Level 5 & 6, 15 Queen’s Road, Central Hong Kong

Pierre
Awarded two Michelin stars, Pierre shines with oustanding modern French cuisine and a stunning interior. Situated on the 25th floor, diners are able to experience floor-to-ceiling views of the Victoria Harbour, and dishes prepared by a team of culinary experts trained by Pierre Gagnaire‘s protege, Jean Denis Le Bras.
25/F Mandarin Orienal, 5 Connaught Road Central, Hong Kong

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China Tang
China Tang serves elegant Chinese food in sumptuous surroundings. The entire restaurant as well as the six luxurious private dining rooms are decorated following Chinese tradition, but with a highly original treatment.
Shop 411-413, 4/F, Landmark Atrium, 15 Queen’s Road Central, Hong Kong

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