5 Oldest Restaurants in Hong Kong that you must experience now! (before it's too late)

5 Oldest Restaurants in Hong Kong that you must experience now! (before it's too late)

Hong Kong has been known as the Asia’s World City. The diversity of the people is everywhere, sharing different cultures, passions, and especially the food which I found it very hard to resist.

And if you are a traveler who loves to explore unique dining experience, then you must check these oldest Hong Kong restaurants. One of them is now more than 100-years old!




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Gaddi’s, The Peninsula

Age: 66 years old

Located in The Peninsula, Gaddi’s is the first restaurant in Hong Kong to serve truly exquisite European cuisine, with a posh dining room fitted with opulent embellishments to complete the classical experience.

Location: 1/F The Peninsula, 22 Salisbury Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong






The Peak Lookout

Age: 72 years old

The Peakout Lookout was opened in 1947 as The Peak Café before going under renovation and being renamed The Peak Lookout in 2001. The restaurant offers a wide variety of international dishes and is a tried-and-tested spot for special occasion dining.

Location: 121 Peak Road, The Peak, Hong Kong









Tai Ping Koon Restaurant

Age: 82 years old

Tai Ping Koon Restaurant is a firm favourite amongst Hong Kongers, first opened in 1860 in Guangdong before coming to Hong Kong in 1937. The family-run restaurant serves east-meets-west cuisine that blends western classics with Hong Kong flavours.

Location: G/F, 60 Stanley Street, Central, Hong Kong






Jimmy’s Kitchen

Age: 92 years old

Originally opened in 1928 in Wan Chai, Jimmy’s Kitchen moved to Central after the Second World War to cater to American and British soldiers who were stationed in Hong Kong. The culinary institution is a must-visit to experience old school dining.

Location: G/F South China Building, 1-3 Wyndham Street, Central.








Lin Heung Tea House

Age: 101 years old

First opened in Guangdong in 1889, Lin Heung Tea House expanded to Hong Kong in 1918 with three branches in the city. Today, just one branch remains. The quaint tea house is one of the only institutions left in the city serves dim sum from a trolley.

Address: 160-164 Wellington Street, Central, Hong Kong
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You've never totally experience the authentic HK dining experience without visiting these remarkable Hong Kong's dining institutions.


Marked these in your Hong Kong itinerary!




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26 comments :

  1. One of these days I need to go to Hong Kong. Probably not right now because of the turmoil, but someday. The food looks amazing!

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    1. I hope that they are still there even after the turmoil. They are already an important food institution of Hong Kong.

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  2. Nothing makes me smile more than travel blogs. Thank you for sharing your journey with us and I hope to get to Hong Kong one day! :)

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  3. Tai Ping Koon restaurant would be my choice. I prefer to taste local cuisine, that is always the best food.

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  4. The food looked really good. Hong Kong is definitely on my travel bucket list.-Cherise

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  5. Your post made me want to return to Hong Kong and go to all these restaurants! Lin Heung Tea House would be my first choice because it looks like a place where the locals like to go.

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    1. Lin Heung is the OG of tea houses, foods are awesome and affordable. And always lots of people!

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  6. That dish from Gaddhi's looks amazing. The purple flowers are so pretty.

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  7. the food looks tasty there must try before its too late

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  8. This has made my day... I have saved it as I am a food lover and this just made realize I need to visit Hong Kong even more.

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    1. If you are a true traveler, you must never missed to visit these foodie institutions.

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  9. The food at Tai Ping Koon Restaurant seems really amazing! I would love to experience the blend between West and East therre.

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  10. Gotta thank you for this. Will book mark this for my visit when the place is more calm.

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    1. Some are brave enough to travel, coz the HK economy is getting more affordable. But yeah, security at risk.

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  11. They all sound great and I would absolutely love to experience them - but visiting Hong Kong at this moment might not be such a good idea....

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  12. Ive never seen such beautiful plates of food! Amazing and I bet delicious

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  13. Hong Kong is on my bucket list! Had to save this one on Pinterest for when I actually get to make the trip. There are soooo many places that I MUST visit!

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    1. Hope you will enjoy Hong Kong! It is one of the amazing city to explore.

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