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30 Restaurants in Kennedy Town, Hong Kong

Kennedy Town restaurants among Hong Kong’s best

We all know that Hong Kong is widely celebrated for its cuisine. But the restaurants in Kennedy Town are standouts even in a competitive field. This inner-city neighbourhood in Hong Kong's northwest has become one of the island city's favourite destinations for food-lovers. In a city that knows and loves flavours, that says a lot. From the eclectic to the fine dining, tasty quick bites to gourmet spreads, Kennedy Town has restaurants for everyone.

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Vanimal

Kennedy Town
Vegetarian
4.8/68
Vanimal

The Seafood Kitchen

Kennedy Town
Fish$$$$
5.0/61
The Seafood Kitchen

42nd Davis

Kennedy Town
Italian$$$$
5.0/62
42nd Davis
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Primavera

Kennedy Town
Spanish$$$$
4.1/67
Primavera

Hotpot Instinct 火鍋本色 (Kennedy Town)

Kennedy Town
Hotpot$$$$
3.5/66
Hotpot Instinct 火鍋本色 (Kennedy Town)

Butcher & Baker Cafe

Kennedy Town
Western$$$$
Butcher & Baker Cafe

Forbes 36

Kennedy Town
Drinks$$$$
Forbes 36

Bresola

Kennedy Town
Italian
Bresola

Picnic on Forbes

Kennedy Town
Eat & Drink
Picnic on Forbes

Tapaella Grill

Kennedy Town
Spanish$$$$
Tapaella Grill
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    A buffet of options

    One of the best parts when it comes to restaurants in Kennedy Town is the sheer variety and diversity. The range of choices is immense with everything from traditional Chinese meals to modern western fare. What's more, the regeneration of this area has given the opportunity for niche specialities to develop and thrive. There are venues and restaurants in Kennedy Town that specialise exclusively in one thing, whether it be dessert, spices, waffles, pizza or beer. As far as the dining scene in Kennedy Town goes, restaurants are complemented by an array of bars, coffee shops and hangouts.
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    Gentrification reaps its rewards

    Every aspect of Kennedy Town, from its restaurants to open spaces to residences, have undergone significant gentrification in recent years. In the past, poor public transport and limited commercial options meant that the area was somewhat forgotten. Don't get us wrong, the neighbourhood certainly had its charms. But the MTR's arrival in Kennedy Town has given restaurants, nightlife and cultural offerings a new lease on life. Take a stroll down the main streets and you'll see an eclectic collection of old and new, indie and mainstream.
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    Multiple options in multicultural haven

    On top of the economic boom, Kennedy Town restaurants demonstrate the multicultural influences of the area. The neighbourhood is a microcosm of Cantonese and other Chinese cuisines including Teochew and Hakka, as well as the British colonial flavours and Western influences. This means you are equally likely to find grilled sausage, fried pancakes and poached eggs for breakfast, as you are congee and yau cha kwai. As the day goes on, the offering sees fresh wontons, roasted suckling pig, traditional egg tart and snake soup, side by side with American pancakes, classic and gourmet burgers, English high tea, authentic Italian pizza and South American-roasted coffee.