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Food and restaurants in Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon

Top restaurants

Thai Restaurant
“For super delicious Thai cuisine at one of Sheung Wan's hippest restaurants!”
  • 74 locals recommend
Thai Restaurant
“The area now consists of restaurants, bars, nightclubs, art galleries and antique stores of Staunton Street and Elgin Street. SoHo also is home to the first full-time comedy club in Asia, The TakeOut Comedy Club Hong Kong.[1] Hong Kong taxi drivers usually regard "SoHo" to mean either Staunton Street or Elgin Street.”
  • 53 locals recommend
Steakhouse
“Must go to their roof top bar , open at 6:00 pm so you can see their sun set view. Not too recommend their restaurant . But still very nice view and food.”
  • 53 locals recommend
Japanese Restaurant
“Yardbird is a modern izakaya that specializes in chicken yakitori. A ‘no reservations,’ family-style restaurant that combines the highest level of service with the best quality food and drinks in a fun and relaxed environment. Highlights: Chicken meatball, Corn Tempura, Liver Moose, The KFC (Korean fried cauliflower), Rice Cakes, Chicken and Egg Rice, Peanut butter ice cream. As well as their extensive list of cocktails and Japanese Whiskeys. P.S. Walk-in only. If you want to eat inside without a wait, pop in early before the crowds settle in. ”
  • 59 locals recommend
Australian Restaurant
“Great good and good value for the quantity and quality. Nice ambiance. 2 mins away - just down the street! ”
  • 46 locals recommend
Gastropub
“It used to be one of the biggest pawn shops in Hong Kong, now it has been preserved and transformed into a Wan Chai staple, request a seat at the balcony for brunch or an afternoon drink, and just watch the hustle and bustle of Wan Chai”
  • 34 locals recommend
Lounge
“Outdoor bar, excellent venue for an after work drink, if the weather is good”
  • 37 locals recommend
Restaurant
“A Vietnamese street food experience, (Bia Hoi) fresh Vietnamese draft beer style bar and eatery. The casual 45-seat space is a comfortable but lively (i.e. noisy) hangout, with a minimalist modern design that still feels laidback and completely unpretentious. Highlights: VFC (Vietnamese Fried Chicken Wings), Short rib lettuce wrap, Morning Glory, Pho Roll. Cocktails: Pho-jito, Far East Smash, Saigon Sour. P.S. Walk-in only. If you want to eat inside without a wait, pop in early before the crowds settle in. ”
  • 35 locals recommend

Cafes

Australian Restaurant
“Great good and good value for the quantity and quality. Nice ambiance. 2 mins away - just down the street! ”
  • 46 locals recommend
Coffee Shop
“Another great coffee joint! I love a good coffee so I will only recommend accordingly!”
  • 22 locals recommend
Tea Room
“This café has the best ‘Poho vibe.’ Think freshly baked cakes and pastries, authentic teas and cute stools outside. I can easily while away a Saturday afternoon with a book, a cup of tea and a slice of cheesecake on a stool in the sun. ***** Teakha, Shop B, 18 Tai Ping Shan Street, Hong Kong, teakha.com”
  • 20 locals recommend
Café
“Great Coffee! Decent breakfast. This is my go-to weekend brunch; reliable and consistent.”
  • 16 locals recommend
Vegetarian / Vegan Restaurant
“$$ Vegetarian wraps that are super affordable! Half-a-wrap will leave you full and not craving for meat at all. ”
  • 19 locals recommend
Café
“I can say this cooky is the most popular gift from Hong Kong. Don't miss it to buy! This shop closes at 7pm. ”
  • 1 local recommends
Café
“Everyone’s favorite coffee shop also serves pasta, salads and sandwiches. A little bit pricey but not bad.”
  • 9 locals recommend
Café
“Great coffee and eggs in the area and a little less manic than Cupping Room, only takes cash. ”
  • 9 locals recommend

Bakeries

Bakery
“Best bread in town!!! Or if you want to satisfy your sweet tooth, their croissant are also delicious. Sandwiches, quiche, drinks and coffee available too.”
  • 9 locals recommend
Bakery
“Egg tarts, famous egg tarts. From the hungry onion: "Of HK’s many bakeries, the one which stood out in many people’s minds must be Tai Cheong (Est. 1954) on Lyndhurst Terrace, Central - it was the one mentioned by HK’s last British Governor, Chris Patten, as his favorite bakery in the colony. Chris Patten, affectionately nicknamed “Fei Pang” (Fatty Pang) was well-known among HKers for his gustatory exploits. He’d famously quipped that he “could not go a day without an egg tart from Tai Cheong”.”
  • 9 locals recommend
Café
“New location at the Avenue, freshly made pastries, cakes,bread, chocolates..... Mouth watering! And they do lunch dishes too. Relaxing decoration, you just don't want to leave!”
  • 5 locals recommend
Gourmet Shop
“The famous shop is down the street! Convenient if you need anything even late at night...”
  • 4 locals recommend
Bakery
  • 4 locals recommend
Bakery
  • 1 local recommends
Bakery
“Amazing Bakery and Coffee - French Chef from Four Season If you want to sit in - always take a good 45 min wait. Suggest to buy take away enjoy at the park opposite or take back to flat to enjoy.”
  • 4 locals recommend