Duddell’s

Level 3 Shanghai Tang Mansion, 1 Duddell St, Central, Hong Kong

Two Michelin stars give this restaurant culinary clout, and the elegant, magazine-worthy decor add style on top. With eye-catching art on the walls and talks, screenings, and exhibits of international contemporary art held frequently, the two-story restaurant feels like an art collector’s private home. Both breathtaking and welcoming, Duddell’s is a place to savor traditional Cantonese cuisine like braised whole South African abalone, or crispy Iberico pork with fried rice, or a double boiled fish and pork soup. Not surprisingly in this atmosphere, the food is plated beautifully. Even if you aren’t the type to take pictures in restaurants, you may rethink that while dining at Duddell’s.

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Duddell’s

Two Michelin stars give this restaurant culinary clout, and the elegant, magazine-worthy decor add style on top. With eye-catching art on the walls and talks, screenings, and exhibits of international contemporary art held frequently, the two-story restaurant feels like an art collector’s private home. Both breathtaking and welcoming, Duddell’s is a place to savor traditional Cantonese cuisine like braised whole South African abalone, or crispy Iberico pork with fried rice, or a double boiled fish and pork soup. Not surprisingly in this atmosphere, the food is plated beautifully. Even if you aren’t the type to take pictures in restaurants, you may rethink that while dining at Duddell’s.

Duddell’s

This high-style, high-end restaurant, with eye-catching art on the walls and a lovely garden terrace, is the place to see and be seen in Hong Kong. It’s not all about style, though: Its traditional Cantonese cuisine has earned Duddell’s two Michelin stars. The signature dim sum, tasting menu and à la carte options are plated beautifully and may compel you to take a photo or two before picking up the chopsticks.

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