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6 Restaurants For Dining Clients In Hong Kong

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Updated: 9 February 2017
Looking for the perfect restaurant to wine and dine a client in Hong Kong? Read on for our picks of the swankiest dining rooms in town, where you’ll be sure to wow your business partners with an unforgettable dining experience.


This modern French restaurant helmed by the famed chef Richard Ekkebus boasts two Michelin stars. With its elegant caramel decor, gorgeous wood paneled walls and undulating gold chandelier, Amber signifies classiness itself — making it the perfect place to seal the deal. The menu includes caviar, duck foie gras, lobster and wagyu beef, as well as an unrivaled wine list.

7/F, The Landmark Mandarin Oriental, The Landmark, 15 Queen’s Road Central, +852 2132 0066


China Tang

China Tang, the brainchild of Hong Kong socialite-entrepreneur Sir David Tang, is the ideal spot to break bread with business partners. China Tang’s extensive menu features delicacies from Jiangnan, Canton and Beijing cuisine. The exquisite and sumptuous decor is inspired by 18th-century chinoiserie — featuring intricately embroidered upholstery, floral wallpaper and stylized floor patterns, while a stained glass pagoda in the entrance fuses Eastern and Western aesthetic sensibilities. Additionally, this venue includes a main dining room as well as five private rooms for corporate gatherings.

Shop 4101, Level 4, Gateway Arcade, Harbour City, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon, +852 2157 3148

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Aberdeen St Social

Helmed by the Michelin star-winning chef Jason Atherton, this restaurant serves modern British cuisine and first-rate cocktails. The airy dining room beautifully contrasts with the masculine, dark leather chairs. In addition, the outdoor terrace overlooking the garden is a great spot for a business bite during the warmer months. Aberdeen’s hearty menu is heavy on meats and seafood, including roasted lamb loin, lobster rolls, Maine lobster.

PMQ, G/F Aberdeen Street, Central, +852 2866 0300


Seasons by Olivier E.

Co-founded by French culinary legend Olivier Elzer, this handsome dining room in Causeway Bay features an open kitchen, luxe leather chairs, oval booths and a muted, autumnal color palette. They’ve got over 150 wines in stock, and the food here is bound to impress — including signature dishes like grilled langoustine risotto, Holstein rib eye confit with red wine sauce.

Shop 308, 3/F, Lee Garden Two, 28 Yun Ping Road, Causeway Bay, +852 2505 6228

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Mott 32

The sleek and decadent interior of Mott 32 is ideal for client entertainment. Highlights of the decor include the dark leather upholstery and the evocative custom lighting, as well as antique vases, calligraphy and custom artwork on the walls. The kitchen primarily serves Cantonese fare, with some dishes from Beijing and Sichuan thrown in. Mott 32 is famous for its daily limited barbecued Iberico pork with yellow mountain honey (call ahead to reserve one in advance). Other innovative dim sum dishes include a black truffle siu mai and sugar-coated pork buns with Spanish Teruel.

Standard Chartered Bank Building, 4-4A Des Voeux Rd, Central, +852 2885 8688



This chic Japanese dining room is connected to the award-winning restaurant of the same name in London. It features an interior of glass and stained wood, with floor-to-ceiling windows and a dramatic spiral staircase that connects the dining room to the lounge and bar. Zuma is known for its izakaya style dining — where dishes are brought continuously to the table and are designed to be shared — making this an ideal choice for a celebratory dinner. In addition to the sushi, sashimi and grilled robata menu options, this restaurant has a top-notch wine list as well as a fine selection of the best Japanese whiskeys.

Landmark, Level 5 & 6, 15 Queen’s Road Central, +852 3657 6388

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