Starry Night By Habit in Hong Kong is located in the heart of Tai Kok Tsui, across the street from the HSBC Centre, and serves some of the most delicious dishes in the city. Specialising in European and Western cuisines, this charming restaurant blends fine dining quality with a casual and relaxed atmosphere. And it’s not just great for food as the selections of wine, beer, speciality cocktails and teas are paired to the menu to ensure that all guests have the best possible experience. Located on the always busy Pok Man Street, bookings at Starry Night By Habit are essential to ensure you aren’t disappointed.
Food was okay. Did not live up to expectations from online reviews. Service speed was atrocious - there was a 20-30 min wait between each course. They mixed up the customers' order as well - we ended up being served our dishes later than almost all other tables, despite us arriving second in the dining room we were led to through a shady back corridor. All in all, never again.
Named after the iconic painting by Dutch artist Vincent Van Gogh, Starry Night By Habit on Pok Man Street in the ever vibrant Tai Kok Tsui, is letting its love for European food take over Hong Kong. As soon as you enter, you’ll be blown away by the friendly staff and the quirky decorations. But all of that is secondary to the delicious food. Praised by locals for having great quality fare at affordable prices, you’ll find traditional British beef Wellington, linguine carbonara, holly crab risotto, USA black Angus prime ribeye and the moreish mussels cooked in white wine sauce, with plenty more besides. The Starry Night By Habit menu does change with the season though, but it’s all guaranteed to be delicious.
This perfect blend of European food and exquisite hospitality will have you never wanting to leave as, much like the painting itself, Starry Nights By Habit Hong Kong is truly special and not something you’d want to miss. Located just across the street from the HSBC Centre and across the bridge from Olympic station, you won’t regret starting your night off here. Tai Kok Tsui is often very busy so it’s always better to book ahead to make sure you get a spot.