The ultimate guide to going out in HK

We’ve put together a selection of Hong Kong’s most exciting places to eat and drink, along with a few other suggestions, for those heading to this week’s HKTDC fair.

As the industry descends on Asia’s most important drinks trading centre for the annual Hong Kong International Wine & Spirits Fair, we’ve been busy unearthing the best and most innovative places for food and drink enthusiasts.

Among these are the top places to sip Champagne, savour Scotch, or enjoy cocktails as well as wine by the glass.

Then there’s the many restaurants to choose from, including the most highly rated outlets for French, Italian, American or Cantonese cooking.

Finally, we’ve brought you a range of places renowned for their views, as well as a list of bars where you can enjoy a cigar.

Meanwhile, for fair visitors, the exhibition runs from Thursday 8 to Saturday 10 November at the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre in Wan Chai.

Among the many tastings and events, you might want to head to the Branded Spirits stand to meet Miss Mexico, who has flown over to promote Tequila Correlejo.

Or you can view the world’s largest bottle of Champagne from Armand de Brignac, which holds the equivalent of 40 standard bottles.

The Lawn at Café Gray

And don’t forget to swing by the drinks business stand at 3-CON 005 and pick up the latest edition of the drinks business Hong Kong, our magazine for the Asian wine and spirits trade.

In the meantime, you can also brush up on the latest developments in the city’s vinous scene with our top ten Hong Kong wine trends.

One Response to “The ultimate guide to going out in HK”

  1. Clodovertisimo. says:

    Esta seleccion de los mejores sitios para comer y beber en Hong Kong es de lo
    mas interesante. Pues para los turistas como yo , conviene esto para sacar
    provecho a nuestra estadia alla.

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