Your insider’s guide to Hong Kong

Walk This Way

A selection of top spots to check out within 15 minutes
of the hotel – just ask your concierge to point you in the right direction

 

5 MINUTES


YOU’RE IN LUK

A Central institution for more than 80 years, Luk Yu Tea House on Stanley Street attracts a mix of loyal diners and visitors for classic dim sum and Cantonese dishes. Siu mai, har gow, char siu bao, spring rolls and egg tarts are all here.


CAUGHT INDIE ACTS

Housed in a heritage building in Central, the Fringe Club has been the flag bearer for emerging and independent artists, musicians and performers in Hong Kong for more than 30 years.


BUILT FOR ART
Hong Kong has a new art epicentre, H Queen’s, on Queen’s Road Central. Galleries include David Zwirner, Hauser & Wirth, Pace, Pearl Lam, Tang Contemporary Art, Galerie Ora Ora and Whitestone, as well as auction house Seoul Auction.


POTIONS & LOTIONS

Immerse yourself in a heady world of perfumes, fragrant candles, bath, beauty and body products at l’Officine Universelle Buly, an old world, atmospheric Parisian-style apothecary on Wyndham Street.


RED HOT FASHION

Brand of the moment Off-White has opened a boutique just steps from the hotel, making it easier to get your hands on designer Virgil Abloh’s youthful, edgy men’s and women’s clothing, shoes and accessories.

 

10 MINUTES


PRINTS MAGIC

From chinoiserie to geometric, and florals to animals, the prints and designs from Tat Ming Wallpaper on Hollywood Road will make any room stand out. Bespoke service available.


PASTA MASTER

Handmade pasta at good prices pulls the crowds every night at Pici, a casual Italian eatery on Aberdeen Street. Favourites include tagliolini with truffles, pici cacio e pepe and ravioli carbonara.


THE SPICE IS RIGHT

A gin trolley wheeled to your table signals the start of a deliciously hearty Indian feast at New Punjab Club on Wyndham Street. The smashed samosas, as well as the cobia fish and lamb chops from the tandoor are especially good.


LITTLE TOKYO

Lifestyle store Okura is a pocket of Japan on Shing Hing Street. It carries a range of clothing, jewellery, kitchen utensils, tableware, stationery and other objects for the modern hipster.

 

15 MINUTES


TO A TEA

Tea making is an art, which you can learn about at Yuan Yuan Tang on Tai Ping Shan Street in Sheung Wan. Premium teas, and everything needed to make a perfect cuppa, are also available for purchase.


BREW BOTTLES

Blue Supreme stands out from the crowded craft beer market with its selection of Belgian live and bottle-conditioned beers, which continue to develop after bottling. A menu of comfort American fare are ideal accompaniments.


TREASURE HUNT

Select 18 on Bridges Street is crammed with all manner of bric a brac a vintage lover could want – cameras, clocks, lighting, furniture, apparel, eyewear, jewellery, glassware and more.


NEUTRAL POSITION

Japanese home décor brand Masterrecipe by Franc Franc on Sai Street in Sheung Wan is a stylish haven of taupe, brown, grey, black and white bedding and linen. Its blue and white ceramics are also striking.

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