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82 Restaurants in Wan Chai, Hong Kong

Take your pick from the finest restaurants in Wan Chai

Once famous for its freewheeling nightlife and hedonistic atmosphere, Wan Chai has matured in recent years. There's still plenty to do after dark, but the area has become more upmarket, and much more appealing for tourists. In particular, it's now heaven for gourmet food fans. Since the 1980s, the area has been the epicentre of HK's dining boom, and restaurants in Wan Chai are still among the finest in the city. Whether you want classic burgers, classy Italian meals or spicy Indian curries, you can find them here.

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    Wan Chai's restaurants are a great way to break up city centre sight-seeing

    One of the great things about dining out at restaurants in Wan Chai is their location. Found just east of the centre of town, on the south side of Kowloon Bay, the neighbourhood could hardly be more accessible. You can get there on the subway from almost any part of the city, and it's just a couple of stops from major accommodation districts like Causeway Bay or Sai Wan. It all means that, when you've seen the Space Museum, ascended to Victoria Peak and taken a ride on the Observation Wheel, Wan Chai restaurants are a great way to end the day.
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    If you work in downtown HK, Wan Chai restaurants are the place to eat

    This part of Hong Kong is also a major international commercial hub. For instance, it's home to the Hong Kong Exhibition and Conference Centre and Central Plaza - places which draw thousands of visitors every week from all over the world. If you are in town on business, you've come to the right spot. Enjoy gourmet French breakfasts featuring truffle-scrambled eggs; experiment with a fiery Chinese hotpot; tuck into Belgian mussels and frites, or fill up on sushi. The choice is incredible, so whatever you love, Wan Chai restaurants can provide it.
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    Dine out at restaurants in Wan Chai before enjoying the local arts scene

    Wan Chai's restaurants are just the place for arts lovers as well. With the Hong Kong Arts Centre in the area, there's a constant schedule of theatre performances, dance and music events, while art galleries and dealers along Lockhart Road keep the market supplied with eyecatching works by contemporary masters. If you are in town for a performance, make a date at restaurants in Wan Chai and combine the on-stage and culinary artistry.