Top Restaurants To Pick In HongKong!

Family outings are really necessary to fill your life with happiness and share some stories over some great food. When was the last time you went out or for a lunch or dinner with your family? If it has been too long since you went out with your family, then this is the time to take a break and go out to a restaurant for breakfast, lunch or dinner.

There are chances that an outing on a dinner and lunch brings people closer and make a relationship stronger. Make sure your bonding is good enough and remain like that when you are around your closed ones and when it comes to children they just simply love going out and trying something new.

Plan a surprise outing for your family by booking your restaurants from Groupon as it has a list of several restaurants nearby you and will help you out to choose the best among them. It has the best restaurants on its list where you can happily spend some quality time with your family

To find some great deal on your bookings, pick and book your restaurant through Collect Offers and take the advantage of discounts by availing yourself of a discount voucher and coupon codes to get huge discounts on your deal. So, apply the exclusive code to your booking and enjoy food at reasonable price.

Here is a list of some restaurants at Groupon.

Al Fresco Semi Buffet Brunch with Wine 

Located alongside Fenwick Pier lies a 7,000 square feet restaurant that is set against the backdrop of Victoria Harbour. Featuring indoor and alfresco dining areas that are able to seat up to 150 and 100 diners respectively, QUAYSIDE offers customers an international menu that highlights a selection of French contemporary cuisine including char grilled rib eye steak and pan seared duck breast. Andrew Lo, the executive chef of QUAYSIDE, has worked in multiple countries for a decade and is skilled in preparing French, Italian, and American dishes. Pick a vintage to complement meals from the walk-in wine cellar or indulge in a few puffs after meals at the cigar room.

Moroccan Dinner set for 2 at Casablanca Restaurant & Cafe

Named after the fruitful city that inspired the birth of one of the most timeless romantic drama films of all time, Casablanca Restaurant & Cafe serves citizens of Tsim Sha Tsui a little slice of Morocco. Let more than just the decor of the establishment transport one to the Mediterranean through a host of dishes including Moroccan harira soup, lamb and chicken kefta, falafel, briwats, and more.

James’ Kitchen 

Dwelling on the ninth floor of H8 within Tsim Sha Tsui, James’ Kitchen serves Western and seafood cuisine to guests amidst a setting of white tablecloth-clad tables illuminated by warm sepia-hued lighting. Offering a combination of gastronomic favourites and enigmatic dishes, diners can look forward to steaming bowls of cream of mushroom soup, plates of flamed Hokkaido scallops carpaccio drizzles with honey lime dressing, 24-month aged Iberico ham, pan-fried French quail with foie gras, and more.

Eden Cafe

Coffee lovers congregate at Eden Cafe where etching out drawings on milk-topped espressos are the norm. Lions, cats, hearts, and flowers take shape under expert tutelage while the more adventurous move on to 3D renderings for a unique presentation. Learn more about the history of coffee and its different brews or get a taste of different coffees from all across the world.

Tai Ping Kitchen Chaozhou

Tai Ping Kitchen is an authentic Chaozhou restaurant and it offers the most taste and polished signature Chao dishes in the town. Chao is a local cooking style in China and it emphasises on fragrance and sweetness in flavour. Go there for a mouth watering dinner with your loved ones.

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