Not without reasons is Hong Kong considered a foodie’s haven! Panoply of dining avenues here sets epicureans on a quest for cheap air tickets onboard Hong Kong bound flights. Here is a quick rundown on popular dining enclaves in this fascinating city-state.

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Hong Kong happens to be one of the Southeast Asia’s biggest holiday destinations, thanks to a wonderful spectrum of tourist trappings this lively city/state has to offer. Scrumptious dining is undoubtedly an alluring prerogative for holidaymakers buying tickets to sojourn the Asia’s ‘World City’. Billed as the culinary capital of the continent, Hong Kong brims with a broad selection of eateries that never cease to delight the foodies arriving here. While there is an irresistible temptation to dig in at almost every corner, the following neighbourhoods are where dining can be anything but boring.

Hong Kong Island

Sybarites might find this region living up to their fantasies as eateries here offer some of the best dining experiences in Southeast Asia. Aberdeen, Lan Kwai Fong and Murray House are the world-renowned dining spots, where quality of food is exceptional, well complimented by impeccable hospitality service. SoHo East, the popular waterfront avenue, also boasts an eclectic range of bars, cafes and restaurants serving on platter an astounding mix of local and international cuisines. Quite naturally, Hong Kong Island is a big hit with epicureans, especially the ones with fat wallets, grabbing air tickets onboard flights arriving here.

Kowloon

Another popular place that could claim to be the finest dining venue in Hong Kong, Kowloon has many eateries that cater to one and all. You may take your pick from a multicultural choice of restaurants and bars. Head to the Tsim Sha Tsui for alfresco dining and Harbour views, or sample delicious Shanghai and Taiwanese cuisines at Ding Tai Fung! Hard Rock Cafe, Itacho Sushi and Marton’s The Steakhouse are some other restaurants in the region, known for their ever-evolving menu and pleasing ambience.

Cheung Chau

Seafood lovers will find it hard to escape the gastronomic temptation of Cheung Chau. The place has many restaurants along the harbour, which are renowned to offer fresh, delicious seafood in a very pleasing ambience. Alan Cafe at 39 Hoi Pong Street serves a variety of Chinese and Asian dishes, and is hugely popular with locals as well as international tourist who spend on tickets for flights and holiday deals. Bay-View is where you can savour a selection of classic Cantonese dishes.

Lantau Island

A fantastic antidote to Hong Kong’s fast-paced life, Lantau Island unleashes the outdoorsy whim in all those who board flights to visit here. Apart from the panoramic cable car vistas and golden coastline, the island is highly revered for its diverse dining scene. There is a wide range of eateries that cater to foodies of every taste and budget. Bahce, a Turkish restaurant close to the Mui Wo Ferry Piar, is a perfect place to sample delicious Turkish dishes. Apart from mouth-watering Kebabs and mezes, guests can enjoy live music on every Friday night. Try out Cafe the Paris for a quite bite of French cuisines in a very pleasing waterfront setting. No wonder, most epicureans who have been tempted to net tickets to Hong Kong to relish scrumptious food will find Lantau Island a perfect opportunity.

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