King Ludwig Beerhall
Located in Murray House, a Victorian-era building that dates back to Hong Kong’s early colonial times, King Ludwig Beerhall is decorated as a classic Bavarian bar with long timber tables, checkered floors and rustic wooden benches. The highlights of this restaurant are the authentic German cuisine and cold beer, while specialties include sausage platters, farm rolls with liver pâté, and herb cream cheese and bratwurst samplers. Don’t miss out on the crisp roast pork back hock, famous for its crunchy shell and tender inside.
Address: King Ludwig Beerhall, Shop 202, Murray House, Stanley Plaza, Hong Kong, +852 2899 0122
Located in a historical building, The Boathouse is a three-floor restaurant that boasts some of the most eye-catching features in all of Stanley. The cozy environment, amazing view of Stanley Harbor and large selection of marine dishes make it an ideal place for a gathering of family and friends. Specialties include the Greek salad, which is a refreshing appetizer with succulent veggies, and the seafood bucket comprised of lobsters, prawns and mussels. Be warned, the portions are huge.
Address: The Boathouse, G/F, 88 Stanley Main Street, Stanley, Hong Kong
Mijas specializes in fresh Spanish dishes. Ham and salami are always high on the menu, while classic meat platters comprised of Iberian chorizo, fuet salami, air-dried beef, manchego cheeses, and Andalusian olives are a real chart-topper to say the least. At lunch time you’ll find a discounted buffet with a wallet-friendly price tag.
Address: Mijas, Shop 102, Murray House, Stanley Plaza, Stanley, Hong Kong
Hong Kong is known for its hustle and bustle but there are still some hidden places in the city where peace and quiet reign supreme. Angeletti, a small and welcoming restaurant awash with rustic Italian cuisine, is one such example. Its signature dishes include creamy risotto with shrimp and smoked salmon, while there are also some famous roasted pork knuckles in honey sauce to sample from the menu.
Address: Angeletti, Shop C&D, 126 Stanley Main Street, Stanley, Hong Kong
Located right beside Stanley Harbor, Seafront is decorated in blue and white, oozing elegant Greek ambiance. The restaurant provides both indoor and outdoor seats, so you can relax indoors or enjoy the famous sea view in the al fresco areas. With an affordable price tag on both beer and food, Seafront is a great go-to place for an evening meal in Stanley.
Address: Sea Front, G/F, 92A Stanley Main Street, Stanley, Hong Kong, +852 28990812
Hidden behind a fruit stall in the Stanley Market lies one of the neighborhood’s best-kept secrets. With more than 60 years of history, Si Yik is one of the most authentic dai pai dong in the Southern District. Everything from its set-up to its menu is as traditional as you can get. The food stall is best known for its Hong Kong-style milk-tea as well as its toast and sandwiches, in particular their French toast with kaya sauce and pineapple bun with satay beef. However, with less than 40 seats available, expect to wait for Hong Kong’s classic dai pai dong.
Address: Si Yik, 2 Stanley Market Street, Stanley, Hong Kong
It is a pleasant surprise to find a typical Hong Kong-style tea house (cha chaan teng) in a western-influenced place like Stanley. The restaurant is extremely tourist-friendly, providing a menu with English translations and accurate photos of all dishes, ensuring everyone knows exactly what they’re ordering. The restaurant also provides Chinese and Thai dishes – both excellent. However, it will take significantly longer (20 minutes or more) for international dishes to be served.
Address: Stanley Restaurant, Upper Ground Fl, 52-56 Stanley Main Street, Stanley, Hong Kong
Located at the Stanley Waterfront Mart, this is the place to go if you are a fan of burgers. The food stall provides a wide variety of buns, hot-dogs, fries, pastas, and salads, as well as snacks and waffles. If you love burgers, you cannot miss their trademark “Hawaiian” and “Holy Cow” – both bursting with meat. Other than delicious home-made patties, “The Hawaiian” also comes with an incredibly juicy and sweet pineapple that’s sure to get the taste buds going. Meanwhile, the “Holy Cow” contains two patties and is a double-sized burger.
Address: Café Rouchos, Upper Ground Fl, 52-56 Stanley Main Street, Stanley, Hong Kong
Chez Patrick Deli
With most of the restaurants out in the sun, Chez Patrick stands out by having a location in the shade. With lunch sets as well as an a la carte menu, you can choose your own style of dining with Chez Patrick. The restaurant also takes care of families by providing a kids’ menu for younger patrons. Top service and an excellent atmosphere come part and parcel, and this hearty joint is a great go-to place for French cuisine in Stanley.
Address: Chez Patrick Deli, Shop 5-6, G/F, Stanley Plaza, Cape Road, Stanley, Hong Kong, +852 26835115
This old, English style gastropub is the place to go for cold beer and classic British fare. Pickled Pelican offers a wide choice of tap ales, as well as a range of wine and spirits. At the same time, the gastropub provides exceptional food in generous portions. It is a great choice for those who come to Stanley to enjoy family time away from the hustle and bustle of central Hong Kong.
Address: Pickled Pelican, Shop 5-6, G/F, Stanley Plaza, Cape Road, Stanley, Hong Kong, +852 28134313