Ten of the Most Romantic Restaurants in Hong Kong

Whether you’re looking to impress for Valentine’s Day, an anniversary, birthday – or you simply want to wow that special someone with an intimate meal out – Hong Kong has you covered with these romantic restaurants.

Updated on 11 October 2018

Ten of the Most Romantic Restaurants in Hong Kong

Amber grilled fish on white plate

Amber

Why: With eye-catching furnishings, fresh flower arrangements and most importantly a huge, statement bronze chandelier, Amber creates a warm and an intimate vibe for creative cuisine that has won a place on the World’s 50 Best Restaurants list.

Where: The Landmark Mandarin Oriental, 15 Queen’s Road Central, Central

 

Cafe Grey Deluxe dessert with meringue and fruit

Café Gray Deluxe

Why: Café Gray Deluxe offers accomplished versions of classic European dishes with an Asian influence – and the wine is just as impressive. The decor is equally high end, although all eyes are on the stunning view of Victoria Harbour.

Where: Level 49, The Upper House Pacific Place, 88 Queensway, Admiralty

 

Caprice restaurant interior with diners

Caprice

Why: If French is the language of love then French cuisine – which is what Caprice serves – is many diners’ go-to choice for a romantic meal. Enjoy the view of Victoria Harbour with some impressive wine, paired with cheese platters.

Where: Four Seasons Hotel, 8 Finance Street Central, Central

 

Ce la vi rooftop terrace area with city view

CÉ LA VI

Why: This lavish harbour-facing venue includes a rooftop SkyBar and a nightclub, meaning that you can bookend your romantic dinner of sophisticated Japanese-inspired cuisine with drinks and a dance.

Where: 25th Floor, California Tower, 30-32 D’Aguilar Street, Central

 

Gaddis steamed fish on platter

Gaddi’s

Why: Known for its terrific service, Gaddi’s offers opulent surroundings and exquisite food served with a live soundtrack of tinkling piano music, all fine-tuned to give you and your partner an evening of fairy-tale grandeur. Expect a mature crowd and a smart dress code.

Where: The Peninsula Hotel, Salisbury Road, Tsim Sha Tsui

 

The Ocean interior dining room with sea view

The Ocean

Why: The Ocean is the place to come for an evening of stunning seafood, art, and refinement. Ask for one of the intimate booths, which are the reward for making the journey to the out-of-town location, where the views look more like something from a tropical paradise than Hong Kong Island.

Where: Shop 303 3/F The Pulse, 28 Beach Road, Repulse Bay

 

One ThirtyOne restaurant exterior

One-ThirtyOne

Why: Whisk your partner away for an unforgettable date at One-ThirtyOne. It offers an intimate dining room, classic European cuisine, and a wine list filled with the pick of French vineyards. But the most romantic thing of all? Watching the sunset over the clear waters of the Three Fathoms Cove.

Where: 131 Tseung Tau Village, Shap Sze Heung, Sai Kung

 

Oyster and Wine bar counter dining

Oyster & Wine Bar

Why: As you’d expect from the name, Oyster & Wine Bar offers different varieties of oyster dishes, but there’s also sushi, sashimi, lobster and grilled meats. And, if you get a table by the window, the view of the harbour below will add an extra touch of romance to your meal.

Where: Sheraton Hong Kong Hotel and Towers, 20 Nathan Road, Tsim Sha Tsui

 

Pierre restaurant interior with city at dusk view

Pierre

Why: Thanks to the Victoria Harbour views, the fabulous French cuisine and a standout wine cellar, Pierre has all you'll need to keep the romance alive throughout the evening.

Where: 25th Floor, Mandarin Oriental Hotel, 5 Connaught Road Central, Central

 

The Verandah terrace are with scenic view

The Verandah

Why: A tempting buffet is The Verandah’s culinary calling card, but you can ask the kitchen to knock up anything that takes your fancy. The beautiful, stylish decor is a reliable setting for romance.

Where: The Peninsula Hotel, Salisbury Road, Tsim Sha Tsui