The Best Luxury Restaurants in Causeway Bay, Hong Kong
Last updated: 20th October 2021
Add these Causeway Bay restaurants to your to-eat list on your next visit to the district.
Roganic is a Michelin-starred venture by renowned British chef Simon Rogan. Spreading his love of farm-to-table dining while adjusting to the seasonal availability of produce in Hong Kong, he never compromises on sourcing the best fresh and local ingredients (or even growing his own with Evogro – a LED light indoor planting system). Seasonal tasting menus are available in short and long, with highlights including the three yellow chicken wings – Kogi-stuffed and roasted until golden-crispy before being glazed with mushroom xo and marmite, and te mana lamb – slow-cooked to tender and adorned with celtuce and mint dressing. Opt for wine-pairing if you don’t want to miss out on Chef Rogan’s very own winery-produced rosé.
Roganic, UG08, Sino Plaza, 255 Gloucester Rd, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong, +852 2817 8383
Transport back to the Edo period in Japan at Nami Izakaya, where you'll be surrounded by the vibrant fairy lights and locally hand-painted murals under a subtle dark wood setting. From the signature Nami roll – topped with minced tuna and salmon roe and topped with ultra-fresh sea urchin, to the Wagyu roll with Maitake mushroom – proudly presented in the form of a fire show when served. If you are craving some hearty homemade dishes, the rich seafood soup served in a teapot might just be your winter remedy. We would not miss the satisfying Wagyu Sukiyaki – a generous portion too – and the scrumptious Unadon.
Nami Izakaya, 1/F, Soundwill Plaza 2 - Midtown, 1-29 Tang Lung Street, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong, +852 2383 4038
Sitting on the rooftop of The Park Lane Hong Kong, a Pullman Hotel, SKYE is a truly underrated gem among Hong Kong's roster of al-fresco eating-drinking hubs, offering a sleek and sophisticated respite away from the crowds. Gaze over the magnificent backdrop of Victoria Harbour from the outdoor lounge space, perfect for a sundowner cocktail, then head back indoors for dinner service. Spanning over 8,000 square feet of prime property, the SKYE menu is a luxe tribute to contemporary French cuisine helmed by Chef Lee Adams, previously honing his skills at multiple Michelin-starred eateries.
SKYE Roofbar & Dining, 27/F, The Park Lane Hong Kong, a Pullman Hotel, 310 Gloucester Road, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong, +852 2839 3327
Castellana is helmed by head chef Fabiano Palombini. Touching on his Piedmontese origins, the eight-course menu (also available in six-courses) is beautifully satisfying and best done with the optional Italian wine pairing. Highlights include the housemade Hokkaido Pumpkin Gnocchi – adorned with lobster emulsion sauce on the side of Boston blue lobster tail, the signature Au Koque Carbonara Tagliolini – creamy but light and the golden Racan Pigeon – tender and flavourful at every bite and topped with crushed truffle.
Castellana, 10/F, Cubus, 1 Hoi Ping Rd, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong, +852 3188 5028
Causeway Bay is brimming with Japanese restaurants, but for something more refined, try an omakase experience at TA-KE. Inspired by the 17th-century courtyards of Edo-period Japan, the restaurant takes a traditional-meets-contemporary approach in its design using tranquil bamboo and wood. It offers lunch and dinner omakase menus, so come hungry and prepare your bellies for a fine selection of sushi and sashimi prepared by culinary masters at your chef's table.
TA-KE, Shop G01, Lee Garden, 2, 28 Yun Ping Rd, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong, +852 2577 0611