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85 Restaurants in Hong Kong: American

Taste the red, white and blue in Hong Kong’s American restaurants

Burgers, hot dogs, milkshakes, oh goodness! Hong Kong’s American restaurants are the perfect places for indulging. These restaurants offer a lot more than the stereotypical foods many have come to associate with American cuisine, though. Nowadays, you can get a taste for the food the US is really good at making: barbecue, soul food, New Orleans-style Creole cooking, Californian health food delights and New York deli sandwiches, among many others. The US is huge, and so is its cuisine. At the American restaurants in Hong Kong, you can discover the wide variety of dishes that belong to the cuisine, and try others along the way. There are American restaurants all over Hong Kong that are certain to strike your fancy, so do make sure to try them out!

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Ruth's Chris Steak House - Lippo

Admiralty
Steak$$$$
5.1/616
Ruth's Chris Steak House - Lippo

Enoteca Soho

SoHo
Mediterranean$$$$
5.3/66
Enoteca Soho

Pete's Place HK

Sai Ying Pun
American$$$$
5.5/64
Pete's Place HK
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Gingko Moment

Tai Koo
American$$$$
4.7/63
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Moreish & Malt - Kwun Tong

Kwun Tong
American$$$$
4.6/69
Moreish & Malt - Kwun Tong

Ruth's Chris Steak House - Kowloon

Tsim Sha Tsui
Steak$$$$
5.3/617
Ruth's Chris Steak House - Kowloon

5019 PREMIUM FACTORY Hong Kong

Central
American$$$$
5.0/61
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The Lot On Possession

Sheung Wan
International$$$$
4.8/65
The Lot On Possession

High Street Grill

Sai Ying Pun
Western$$$$
5.0/62
High Street Grill

Cali Mex Bar & Grill - Super Park

Tai Kok Tsui
Mexican$$$$
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The Drunken Pot 酒鍋 - Tsim Sha Tsui

Tsim Sha Tsui
Hotpot$$$$
4.1/619
The Drunken Pot 酒鍋 - Tsim Sha Tsui

The Salted Pig - TST

Tsim Sha Tsui
British$$$$
4.2/664
The Salted Pig - TST

The Salted Pig – Sai Wan Ho

Sai Wan Ho
European$$$$
4.5/638
The Salted Pig – Sai Wan Ho

Urban Park - Central

Central
European$$$$
4.6/652
Urban Park - Central

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Jordan
Italian$$$$
4.5/62
Kitchen Savvy

Amour Corner

Mong Kok
American$$$$
3.9/67
Amour Corner

Gingko House - Central

Sheung Wan
Vietnamese$$$$
Gingko House - Central

Cafe Idea

Mong Kok
American$$$$
5.3/67
Cafe Idea

Burger Joys - Wan Chai

Wan Chai
American$$$$
Burger Joys - Wan Chai

Port

Tsim Sha Tsui
International$$$$
4.6/65
Port
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    Eat big at American restaurants in Hong Kong

    Hong Kong’s American restaurants are known to provide big portions and an even bigger punch of flavour. Whether you opt for a heaping plate of Tex-Mex style nachos, a burger the size of your face or some mac and cheese oozing with cheesy goodness, these restaurants are going to fill you up. Don’t feel like you have to eat a massive amount of food when dining at the American restaurants in Hong Kong – just take home a ‘doggy bag’ with your leftovers, just like they do in the US. They taste even better the next day! At some American restaurants in Hong Kong, you’ll find buffalo-style chicken wings, which have a flavour all their own. The orange sauce is buttery, spicy and finger-licking good, and it’s a must try for people who like their food a little bit on the hot side. If you don’t like very much spice, then take barbecue or soy-garlic wings for a less intense alternative.
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    Chow down on some barbecue in Hong Kong’s American restaurants

    Nothing screams America quite like pit-smoked barbecue. Don’t be fooled by the imposters out there – if it’s not cooked low and slow, it’s not real American barbecue. The reason barbecued meat is so succulent and juicy is because it has been smoked at low temperatures for anywhere from a few hours to a full day before being ready to serve. One classic American barbecue favourite is baby-back ribs, which are pork ribs marinated then smoked until ready to fall off the bone. Brisket is another delicious one, which is beef that’s been rubbed with a special spice rub and smoked over either charcoal or wood – different woods like oak or mesquite can give the meat different flavours all their own. At the end, the meat is usually so tender and succulent that it can be cut with a fork alone. But don’t just take our word for it, you’ll have to check out one of Hong Kong’s American restaurants to try it for yourself.
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    Whether you’ve been craving decadent milkshakes, looking to have old-fashioned barbecue or you want to try something a little lighter like Californian cooking, you’re in luck at the American restaurants in Hong Kong. This foodie city is jam-packed with great options, and with the help of Quandoo, you can book the best with ease. Using an array of filters, you can narrow down your options by location, budget or price range to find the restaurant that’s perfect for you. Book your table in just a few taps, and giddy up on down to one of the best American restaurants in Hong Kong.