Top 10 Hong Kong private kitchens

They have been a feature of Hong Kong dining since the 1990s, and many private kitchens have proved so popular they have gone mainstream. By Eliot Ip.

Guong Guan celestial rollsThe private kitchens – sue fon tsoi in Cantonese – first started opening when amateur chefs decided to give restaurants a run for their money. Many operate out of office blocks or residential buildings and have little or no signage; you often only find the specific address when you make a booking.

Many are now so popular that bookings are essential and you can expect to enjoy high quality, home-style Chinese food in unusual surroundings.

If you can track down a private kitchen you can usually expect to enjoy some special food, and here’s our look at 10 of the best that Hong Kong has to offer.

2 Responses to “Top 10 Hong Kong private kitchens”

  1. Tracy Hansen says:

    Dear Chef Eddy Leung

    Do you have a Christmas menu? I am seeking a venue for 12 guests dinner on 18 December with a Christmas theme.

    Grateful your advice and a ball-park per person price please. We are an NGO so have a budget.

    Many thanks

  2. Yummy Bunny says:

    Great list! wish i have the money to try all of them! It is great to eat in private and without having other people disturbing you

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