Surrounded by what was once the infamous Kowloon Walled City, now a haven for history buffs and nature lovers thanks to its phenomenal facelift, Kowloon City Plaza literally holds a unique position in Hong Kong. The only major commercial complex inside the former walled city off Carpenter Road, Kowloon City Plaza blends corporate life with colourful history. It makes sense, then, that one of its most popular restaurants does the same. Kravin, a continental European restaurant with plenty of international influences, dishes up some of the best western food you’ll find this side of Victoria Harbour. Catering to business crowds and casual diners alike, though, Kravin offers comforting staples from throughout traditional European cuisines (fresh pasta, heartwarming soups or hearty lamb racks) done with class and elegance. It’s one of a kind, really.