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by Honeycombers All the new restaurants in Hong Kong 2020 worth knowing about: September editionSoil to Soul: try their Tofu Skin Pocket stuffed with Sweet Potato Noodle

If you’re on the hunt for the best new restaurants in Hong Kong in 2020, then this is the right place to be

We’re all about food here at Honeycombers, and we know you are too! From the finest Japanese restaurants in town to our rundown of tastiest Chinese restaurants in Hong Kong and the best brunches to get boozy at, we promise to always stay on top of the fast-moving world of food in HK. That being said, here’s where to tuck into new restaurants in Hong Kong in 2020 – the August edition.

New restaurants in Hong Kong 2020 – September

Soil to Soul

Adopting a farm-to-table principle, this contemporary Korean restaurant presents temple-style cuisine with the freshest ingredients. Whether it is their Ginseng Salad, Turnip Dumplings or Mushroom Terrine, the executive chef prepares food with the goal to nourish the diner’s soul and body. If you feel like trying a little bit of everything, opt for the omakase 8-10 course menus which have to be ordered a day before. In addition, the restaurant offers both open seatings and VIP rooms with spectacular ocean views.

Soil to Soul, 704, 7/F, K11 MUSEA, Tsim Sha Tsui East, Hong Kong, p. 2389 9588

The Daily Tot

a space with warm lighting and Cuban paintings
The Daily Tot has a cozy Cuban-inspired setting

Serving only the finest rum, cocktails and spirits, The Daily Tot makes you feel like you’re in Havana. Sitting on the corner of Peel Street and Hollywood Road, the bar is managed by award-winning bartenders and passionate rum lovers, and is helmed by Gerry Olino who has worked at some of HK’s finest establishments, including Lobster Bar at Island Shangri-La. Every day during happy hours (5-8 pm), you can try over 50 types of alcohol starting from $45. The Daily Tot also serves small bites like a selection of skewers, cheese platters and coconut rum cake.

The Daily Tot, Shop E G/F, Felicity Building, 58 Hollywood Road, Central, Hong Kong, p. 2366 6836

Fat Chad’s

bagels with bacon egg and cheddar inside
Fat Chad’s makes classical Bacon Egg Cheddar– but with bagels

Fat Chad’s prides itself on making fresh sandwiches with natural ingredients. Serving with a grab-and-go concept, the tiny restaurant provides eight sandwiches with different fillings, such as garlicky baby shrimp, beetroot falafel and chicken breast. On top of snacks and desserts, you can grab a beverage from the varied list of wines and beers. We have a feeling this is going to become one of the best restaurants in Sai Ying Pun pretty quickly.

Fat Chad’s, 119B Second Street, Sai Ying Pun, Hong Kong, p. 5536 9665

COBO House

window seats facing the sea
COBO House provides spectacular views of the Victoria Harbour

Relaunching at K11 Musea after many years in Shek Tong Tsui, COBO House welcomes two executive head chefs, Ray Choi and Devon Hou, who have spent years working at Michelin-rated restaurants. The restaurant embraces a Bohemian lifestyle where customers can refresh their souls while dining at the peaceful tables. You can order the six-course or eight-course tasting menu that changes every six weeks. From Hokkaido Akkeshi Oyster, caviar and salmon roe to shiso Ice-cream, every single dish is presented with remarkable culinary and artistic techniques.

COBO House, Shop 602, 6F, K11 MUSEA, Victoria Dockside,18 Salisbury Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong, p. 2656 3088

The Blind Pig

steak and french fries
The food portions at The Blind Pig are huge enough for sharing

If you are looking for a casual bar where you can drink craft beers while watching a match, then the latest outlet of The Blind Pig is a great option. From Pork Shanks to Truffle Fries, there is plentiful food to accompany your glass of gin, whisky or cocktail. The bar also has comfy leather sofas and big TV screens for you to enjoy your night socialising with friends.

The Blind Pig, G/F, No.1 Knutsford Terrace, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon, Hong Kong, p. 2367 0990


veal cutlet on a plate
The Italian Milkfed Veal Cutlet is one of Aria’s signature dishes

With antique furniture and a stunning terrace, Aria offers a fine dining experience where guests can indulge in wines and cigars. Having over twenty years of Michelin-rated restaurant experience, the executive chef Andrea Zamboni presents modern Italian cuisine with his unique flavour combination. On top of the à la carte menu, diners can order the seasonal omakase course, enjoying specialities until they are fully satisfied.

Aria, 24/F, California Tower, Lan Kwai Fong, Central, Hong Kong, p. 2804 1116

Rosewood Chef Supper Club

Okay. So this one isn’t technically a restaurant, but who else wants chefs to come and cook dinner for them at home? The Rosewood Chef Supper Club consists of three renowned chefs from the hotel’s restaurants: Manav Tuli, Nathan Green and Renaud Marin. All you have to do is make a booking with their specialists and the team will prepare everything for you, including shopping, cooking and cleaning. This customised at-home dining service is perfect for those wanting to celebrate special occasions.

Humble Pie is on Deliveroo

four pies and some other food on the table
Humble Pie is all about exceptional pies and sandwiches

The three-decades-old Bakery Ali Oli has launched its first virtual restaurant Humble Pie on Deliveroo. From pot pies, sandwiches to desserts, you can try their menus at a very affordable price. Humble Pie is now available for both pickup and delivery from Sunday to Friday.

Order Humble Pie on Deliveroo.

Humble Pie, Unit C, 11/F, 44 Wong Chuk Hang Road, Hong Kong

Blu Kouzina is on Deliveroo

beef and mushroom steak
Blu Kouzina Group has launched its Deliveroo Edition Kitchen for the Wan Chai neighbourhood

As an international brand with locations in Singapore, Greece and the USA, Blu Kouzina Group makes authentic Mediterranean bites like creamy tzatziki, Kebab wraps and nutritious bowls. There are also plentiful meatless menus, making it a great dining option for both omnivores and vegans. The only catch is there’s no physical branch for this spot yet, so be sure to order online.

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