Hong Kong’s Most Insta-worthy Dishes

Hong Kong is home to the tastiest and most photogenic dishes out there. Here’s a rundown of our fave hotspots with the most Instagram-worthy dishes in the 852! From the—wait for it—caramelised Rolex Ball at ZUC.CCH.ERO to the Sweet Rice Dumplings at LEE Lo Mei, these restaurants not only boast delicious menus, but their iconic décor also serves as a backdrop for plenty of perfect Instagram pictures. Let’s snap away!


Sweet Rice Dumpling at LEE Lo Mei

Unlike those traditional glutinous balls packed with soup, LEE Lo Mei’s sweet rice dumplings are light and flavourful. Upon first bite, you’ll be greeted with a mélange of flavours (think: spicy ginger soup, savoury syrupy handmade glutinous balls, and a tinge of saltiness from the candied melon). Truly LEE Lo Mei, “Ho Mei”!

Find it at G & 1/F, 8 Lyndhurst Terrace, Central, Hong Kong
Book a table at LEE Lo Mei and earn 2X-Chope Dollars with the code TASTYBLOG

Premium Sliced Angus Beef Cuts at The Drunken Pot

Hot pot shakes off its old-fashioned image with a hip facelift at The Drunken Pot. Their delish Premium Sliced Angus Beef Cuts, one of the most Instagrammed dishes out there, is served hanging above a bed of ice. The thinly sliced beef is delicately marbled, helping it stand out despite this hot pot hotspot’s strong broths.  Multicoloured and animal-shaped dim sum could also most worthy for the gram!  

Find it at 27/F, V Point, 18 Tang Lung Street, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong
Book a table at The Drunken Pot and earn 2X-Chope Dollars with the code TASTYBLOG

Traditional Lobster Paella at FoFo by El Willy

FoFo by El Willy plates a pretty perfect paella just oozing with panache, with rice grains plump with flavour studded with succulent chunks of shrimp and other hearty seafood. Oh, and one more savvy tip! Check out scrumptious  Spanish classic starters including Hand sliced Iberico Ham and Iberico Ham Shoulder.

Find it at 20/F, M88, 2-8 Wellington Street, Central, Hong Kong
Book a table at FoFo by El Willy and earn 2X-Chope Dollars with the code TASTYBLOG



Hot Custard Buns at YUM CHA

You’ve got to give credit to YUM CHA for those adorable googly-eyed animal shaped dim sum dishes that have been deservedly appearing all over our IG feeds. Literally meaning ‘drink tea’ in Cantonese, YUM CHA undoubtedly brings a playful twist on Canto favourites whilst maintaining traditional Chinese flavours. Other must-tries in our book? Crispy Pineapple Puff, Organic Kale with Garlic, and Spicy Butter Oatmeal Prawns.

Find it at Shop 1-2, 2/F, Nan Fung Place, 173 Des Voeux Road Central, Central, Hong Kong
Book a table at YUM CHA and earn 2X-Chope Dollars with the code TASTYBLOG


Rolex Ball at ZUC.CCH.ERO

This new dessert lab in the heart of Causeway Bay brings a new spin to basic ingredients, incorporating elements of art and science. Look for a menu plentiful of brewed fruit teas, house signatures and yes—that delish Rolex Ball. The celebrated  ball has dominated our feeds from the moment it was launched is deceptively simple. Basically a caramelised sugar sphere encapsulating a mango pomelo sago dessert, a firm tap breaks the ball, allowing you access to the refreshing combination of mango pieces, mango juice, and sago.

Find it at 1802-3, 18/F, Bartlock Centre, 3 Yiu Wa Street, Bowrington, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong
Book a table at ZUC.CCH.ERO and earn 2X-Chope Dollars with the code TASTYBLOG


Dropped My Ice Cream Sandwich! at Check-In Taipei

We love the gorgeous strong milk tea flavoured shortbread that this sweet treat features! Paired with a dollop of vanilla ice cream, it sure is a delish accompaniment to Check-In Taipei signatures such as the Uni Sakura Cold Udon, Aburi Oshizushi, and the Taipei Oyster Okonomiyaki. We also love the tapas style menu, designed to encourage guests to share and try a smorgasbord of dishes!

Find it at G/F, 27 Hollywood Road, Central, Hong Kong
Book a table at Check-In Taipei and earn 2X-Chope Dollars with the code TASTYBLOG

Matcha at CÉ LA VI Hong Kong

Looking for a globetrotting, modern Asian culinary adventure at one of the most coveted spots in town? Then you can do no better than CÉ LA VI’s 25th floor perch at California Tower in the heart of Lan Kwai Fong. Their Matcha Dessert is a toothsome and luscious molten green tea tart made with 64% Valrhona Manjari ice cream. The rich matcha, the chocolate, and luxuriously smooth consistency… c’est la vie indeed!

Find it at 25/F, California Tower, 30-36 D’Aguilar Street, Central, Hong Kong
Book a table at CÉ LA VI and earn 2X-Chope Dollars with the code TASTYBLOG

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