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10 Chinese Restaurants in Central, Hong Kong

Welcome to Central, where Chinese restaurants rule

If you’re looking for great Chinese restaurants in Central, you're in the right place. This is one of the best neighbourhoods in Hong Kong to find them. For the millions of hungry professionals, tourists and locals who step into this city's swarming central business district each day, there are enough Central Chinese restaurants to feed them all. But this neighbourhood offers diners more than just choice. With world-class chefs set among an exclusive dining scene, quality is top priority. So whet your appetite and lick your lips.

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Fang Fang

Central
Chinese$$$$
4.9/620
Fang Fang

Fa Zu Jie 法租界

Central
Chinese$$$$
5.6/618
Fa Zu Jie 法租界
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Chifa

Central
Chinese$$$$
6.0/62
Chifa
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Moon Palace

Central
Chinese$$$$
4.7/63
Moon Palace

Tycoon Tann

Central
Chinese$$$$
Tycoon Tann

Crab Noodles 蟹麵館

Central
Cantonese$$$$
Crab Noodles 蟹麵館

Ying Jee Club

Central
Cantonese$$$$
Ying Jee Club

Celebrity Cuisine 名人坊高級粵菜

Central
Cantonese$$$$
5.5/62
Celebrity Cuisine 名人坊高級粵菜

Lai Bun Fu 禮賓傅

Central
Chinese
4.1/67
Lai Bun Fu 禮賓傅

Fovea

Central
Chinese
4.2/65
Fovea
  1. 1.

    The regions come to Central in its Chinese restaurants

    When it comes to Chinese restaurants in Central, Cantonese cuisine is, unsurprisingly, the pack leader. Cantonese chefs are highly sought-after thanks to the fragrant and flavoursome style of cooking from China's Guangdong Province. In Central, Cantonese classics are easy to come by, such as steamed scallops with ginger and garlic, fresh choy sum in oyster sauce and creamy congee with lean pork. But Central also offers diners options from China's other regions including Shanghai, Sichuan and Beijing to name a few. Think drunken chicken, Peking duck and double-cooked pork with garlic, chilli and ginger.
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    Healthy competition never hurts

    Located on the north shore of Hong Kong Island, the Central district boasts towering skyscrapers, huge corporate headquarters and throngs of tourists who come to take in the harbour. As Central Chinese restaurants try to feed these hungry masses, the sheer quantity of them means competition is fierce, with chefs combining both traditional and innovative methods. Two examples are Bao Bei and Fang Fang. Bao Bei is a chic hangout that serves small plates fusing Chinese and Western cuisine, while Fang Fang specialises in modern Asian food through a creative menu and premium local ingredients.
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    Plenty of flavour and choice

    Let's dig into the Chinese restaurants in Central a little further. Menus include classics like sweet and sour pork and umami Cantonese seafood soup. There are several rotisserie style Chinese restaurants in Central, serving succulent char siu and crispy roast duck. Among Lai Bun Fu's fresh and gourmet offerings is the crispy chicken wing stuffed with bird's nest. Crab Noodles is an innovative new eatery that serves MSG-free specialities. And Moon Palace puts a focus on authenticity with Sichuan soups and Shanghai-style desserts. So don't delay booking your table. You will not be disappointed.