The editors’ selection - Hong Kong - Travel | Monocle

Roganic, Causeway Bay

At Roganic, British chef Simon Rogan’s team use locally sourced ingredients, pairing simplicity and clever new techniques to deliver a farm-to-table dining experience. Cruise through a 8 or 10-course tasting menu in Roganic’s earth-toned and plant-filled interior. And don’t skip the wine pairing – a must to complement your meal.

Sino Plaza, UG/F 08, 255 Gloucester Rd, Causeway Bay
+852 2817 8383

Asaya, Tsim Sha Tsui

Located in the heart of bustling Tsim Sha Tsui, Asaya provides a holistic wellness retreat that’s tailored to the needs of each guest – think massages and facials as well as sports therapy, meditation and positive psychology sessions. Take a break from the world for a one or two-night stay, or opt for a short and sweet treatment if you’re on the go. Before you leave, make a detour through Asaya Kitchen for a rejuvenating Mediterranean meal.

Rosewood Hong Kong, Victoria Dockside, 18 Salisbury Rd
+852 3891 8888


Salisterra at The Upper House, Admiralty

Few things have the power to instil joy like a hearty mediterranean meal. And when it’s paired with a handsome space and spotless service, things can hardly get better. Perched on the top floor of The Upper House, Salisterra is a place for sharing good food, wine and views – and also sharing in good company. 

Level 49, The Upper House, Pacific Place, 88
+852 3968 1106

Man Wah, Central

A trusted address for Cantonese fine cuisine for years, the Mandarin Oriental’s Man Wah just revamped its space with modern decor. On the hotel’s 25th floor, indulge in chef Wing-Keung Wong’s dim sum delicacies while enjoying a sweeping view of Victoria Harbour. 

25/F, Mandarin Oriental Hong Kong, 5 Connaught Road Central
+852 2825-4003

 Cover image: Wilson Lee

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