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The Ultimate Guide to Tseung Kwan O Waterfront Restaurants in Hong Kong

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Tseung Kwan O's buzzing waterfront only recently came to life in the past two years, particularly this year with its surge in new restaurant openings. The waterfront promenade is the perfect place to spend a weekend afternoon, from biking along the sea to tucking into international eats in al-fresco locations with the family. Venture out of the nearby shopping malls and soak in the summer sun at these Tseung Kwan O Waterfront restaurants.


This post was last updated on 18th October 2023.



For foodies in-the-know, Pici needs no introduction thanks to its citywide presence that spans from bustling Soho to its flagship in Wan Chai. This Pirata Group pasta specialist serves delicious fresh daily-made Italian dishes that fulfil home-cooked cravings in a buzzing neighbourhood space. From the aromatic tagliolini truffle to the hearty classical lasagna, Pici has something for everyone. We strongly suggest trying the tasting menu to nibble a bit of everything, but remember to save room for dessert – the panna cotta is divine. – CSP Times


Address: No. 33 Tong Yin St, Tseung Kwan O, Hong Kong | Website: pici.hk | Phone: +852 2633 9200 | Email: info.tko@pici.hk | Instagram: @picihk | Facebook: @picihk




Satisfy your burger cravings at Burger Friends Forever, a specialist in the indulgent feasts. The menu varies with many different types of toppings from foie gras to crispy soft shell crab with mango. A bolthole gem, Burger BFF entices with its aromatic smells from outside and will delight the taste buds with its juicy burger interiors. Be sure to try the KETO burger for a unique spin on the classic dish. – Aiden Bradley, Contributor


Address: Shop G22A, G/F, Monterey Place, 23 Tong Chun Street, O'South Coast, Tseung Kwan O, Hong Kong | Phone: +852 6114 3384 | Email: marshmallowuny@gmail.com | Instagram: @burgers_friend_forever | Facebook: @burgersfriendforever




With red lanterns hanging from the ceiling, bookcases full of books and homey wooden furniture, a visit to First Love will make you feel as though you’re in Taiwan. Come on the weekend, families and their pets throng to this popular waterfront establishment for Taiwanese classics like bubble tea, braised pork rice, beef noodles and even robatayaki-style barbecue. If you’re able to, come on a weekday, grab a book from their bookshelf and enjoy a few drinks outdoors. – Jasmin Woolf, Contributor


Address: Shop G26, G/F, Papillons Square, 21 Tong Chun Street, Tseung Kwan O, Hong Kong | Website: firstlovehk.com | Phone: +852 6826 7880 | Email: taiwanfirstlove@gmail.com | Instagram: @taiwanfirstlove | Facebook: @taiwanfirstlove


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Popular restaurant group Oolaa adds another feather to its cap with the debut of its new Tseung Kwan O location. The space itself is huge, bright and airy, with lots of seating options, although it does get packed out at the weekend. The menu selection is extensive – from breakfast and set lunches to happy-hour drinks and sharing platters, there is something for everyone. To celebrate their new opening, Oolaa TKO is offering a special happy-hour deal available all day, every day. Why not make the most of the lovely summer weather and get a few friends together to enjoy some alfresco drinks at this new neighbourhood joint.– Jasmin Woolf, Contributor


Address: Shop G16, G/F, Capri Place, 33 Tong Yin Street, Tseung Kwan O, Hong Kong | Website: oolaagroup.com | Phone: +852 2369 2866 | Email: oolaatko@oolaagroup.com | Instagram: @oolaacentral | Facebook: @oolaaHK



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Australian brunch spot FLEUR offers scrumptious all-day breakfast food in a sophisticated setting. The expansive venue takes a modern approach to classic brunch dishes, with highlights like the beef cheek eggs benedict and the grilled miso salmon risotto hash. And don't be fooled by the pretty displays – it tastes just as good as it looks. If that's not enticing enough, check out their impressive selection of beverages. Caffeine lovers flock here to try the funky espressos but we're returning for the superfood iced tea. – Faye Bradley, Editor


Address: Shop 1B, G/F, Papillons Square, 21 Tong Chun Street, Tseung Kwan O, Hong Kong | Phone: +852 2833 6963 | Email: info@fleurhk.com | Instagram: @hongkongfleur | Facebook: @hongkongfleur


With its big postcard-style windows, indoor-outdoor seating and uninterrupted view of the ocean, Café Bohème’s gorgeous new space is the perfect place for a lazy weekend brunch or evening drinks. Inside, a huge, colourful graffiti-style mural takes centre stage, while the sleek cement floor and bright, edgy furniture create a chilled industrial vibe. They’re all about hearty comfort food here, so expect much loved Italian classics like refreshing salads, thin-crust pizzas and freshly cooked pastas. Don’t leave without trying their desserts either, especially their homemade Tiramisu – you’ll thank us later! – Jasmin Woolf, Contributor

Address: Shop 8, G/F, Alto Residences, 29 Tong Yin Street, Tseung Kwan O, Hong Kong | Website: cafebohemehk.com | Phone: +852 2661 2238 | Email: bohemetko@brg.hk | Instagram: @cafebohemehkg | Facebook: @cafebohemehkg



From the same group that brought us Bacco in Sai Kung, Chilli Lime is a pan-Asian venture in Tseung Kwan O with a core focus on Thai cuisine, with some Indian favourites. Experience mouth-watering classics, like the aromatic Pad Thai and the massive dosa, perfect for sharing. The restaurant merges modern touches in its recipes, while the cocktail list is popular for weekend respites. Dine outdoors on the plush lounge chairs for a comfortable sitting, best spent with friends and family after a day at the beach. – Faye Bradley, Editor


Address: G07, G/F, Monterey Place, 23 Tong Chun Street, Tseung Kwan O, New Territories, Hong Kong | Phone: +852 2246 0055 | Instagram: @chillilimehk | Facebook: @chillilimehongkong




ChiKushiyaki House is a modern Japanese izakaya that specialises in, as the name would suggest, skewered meats and vegetables. In addition to the more unique offerings like Hastumoto chicken and classic crowd favourites such as Canadian pork belly and tender beef tongue, other must-tries include the aubergine with a garlic miso sauce and grilled pineapple spiced up with brown sugar and Sichuan peppers served alongside vanilla ice cream. This summer, they’re also serving fresh oysters flown in from Iwate and Murotsu, Japan. Oh, and did we mention the restaurant has a sea view? – Jasmin Woolf, Contributor


Address: Shop 6A,1/F, Monterey Place, 23 Tong Chun Street, Tseung Kwan O Tseung Kwan O, Hong Kong | Phone: +852 2303 0903 | Email: hkdisfrutar@yahoo.com | Instagram: @chikushiyakihouse | Facebook: @ChiKushiyakiHouse



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In bright white, pale blue and yellow, Crust Sorrento lights up the streets of Tseung Kwan O with its authentic Napolean and Amalgi Coast cuisine. The mosaic tilings and greenery take inspiration from picturesque Southern Italy while the menu takes you straight to the lively dining scene of a Mediterranean café. From the signature pizza crusts to the beloved selection of light salads, Crust Sorrento is for you to fall in love with Italian cuisine all over again.


Address: Shop N.05, G/F, THe Monterey Complex, 23 Tong Chun Street, Tseung Kwan O, Hong Kong | Phone: +852 2205 6311 | Email: ciao.sorrento@crustitalian.com.hk | Instagram: @crust_hongkong | Facebook: @crusthongkong



Image courtesy of Dough Bros

Sometimes you just crave a rich and cheesy pizza, and sometimes you crave a sugary and filled doughnut, and that is completely okay. And when you do, Dough Bros will greet you with its grand collection of mouth-watering pizza and doughnuts. You can order for a party, for a hangover cure, or just for a chill movie night in with some friends and family, it is time to satisfy your savoury and sweet cravings together.


Address: Shop G18A, G/F, Monterey, 23 Tong Chun Street, Tseung Kwan O, Hong Kong | Website: doughbroshk.com | Phone: +852 2808 0587 | Email: admin@doughbroshk.com | Instagram: @doughbroshk | Facebook: @doughbroshk



Image courtesy of District 8

For Parisian dining: District 8 District 8 is a French bistro in the heart of the bustling Tseung Kwan O. Offering the crème de la crème of steak cuts from free-range farms in Australia, guests often tuck into steak and frites with wine pairing here. Other highlights include the classic French onion soup and oysters.


Address: Shop 10, Greenwich Village, Waterfront Promenade, G/F, Alto Residences, 29 Tong Yin Street, Tseung Kwan O, Hong Kong | Website: district8.com.hk | Phone: +852 3500 5860 | Email: hello@district8.com.hk | Instagram: @district8hk | Facebook: @district8hk



Image courtesy of DHYC dim sum

Inspired by his grandfather’s love for dim sum, founder Derek opened DHYC as an ode to the Cantonese cuisine. Today, the chef continues to spread this love and dedication to the fine culinary art in the heart of Tseung Kwan O, from homemade dumplings to har gao, siu mai and the like. It’s also dog friendly.


Address: Shop 2A, 1/F, Monterey Place, 23 Tong Chun Street, Tseung Kwan O, Hong Kong | Phone: +852 3105 8114 | Instagram: @dhyc_dimsumhk | Facebook: @dhyc.dimsumhk

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