Delish News: New Restaurants in Hong Kong this July 2023
July 06, 2023
July is when Hong Kong is at its sunniest and hottest. Besides the horrible heat that’s turning us into puddles, we are happy that the evenings are cooler. Why not make it a team to check out Hong Kong’s hottest new openings this July?
A handful of great new restaurants have opened in Hong Kong, including New York pie concept Brooklyn Pizza Co., French and Japanese fusion dolos, dessert shop Crumbled, French foodie outpost ODELICE, and more.
Brooklyn Pizza Co. Opens for Great New York Fusion Pizzas
Pizza-crazed Hong Kong should be ready for the newest pizza concept importing the love for the finest recipes from aboard straight to SoHo streets, this time with an atypical Neo-New York-styled pizza served at Brooklyn Pizza Co.
Designed in the style of many Midtown Manhattan pizza joints, this new SoHo pizzeria challenges the pizza scene here with a new pizza and bespoke dough-sharing influence from New York’s and Italy’s recipes. This eatery serves creamy pasta dishes, dolce vitta, and cocktails!
Where: Brooklyn Pizza Co., 5 Tsung Wing Lane, Central, Hong Kong
dolos Brings French and Japanese Cooking, Ingredients to New Restaurant
Josh and Caleb Ng of Twins Kitchen have partnered with Chef Sean Yuen to bring dolos to market, an unconventional French Japanese seafood dining concept. Inspired by the wave-breakers protecting Hong Kong’s shores.
The menu showcases the Flavors of seasonal seafood sourced from local fisherfolk with influences of French artistry. Their set menu (HK$800) highlights seasonal seafood, such as Grilled Eel with Eel bone and Sansho Sauce, Shima Aji, Thai Basil and Fish Sauce Gastrique, and Wagyu Beef Picanha.
Where: dolos, G/F, 60 Staunton Street, Central, Hong Kong
Longtail Causeway Bay Opens on Fashion Walk for Spiced Food and Cocktails
A new addition to Fashion Walk in Causeway Bay, Longtail opens in an area without a Thai restaurant that takes itself seriously. This new eatery promises a solid menu of select appetizers and plates from northern Thailand, an enviably cheap happy hour of two-for-one drinks, and tangy, sweet cocktails to pair.
We recommend sipping the Purple Haze cocktail before delving deep into Mu Dad Diao, Sai Oaur, and Gai Ping for traditional appetizers, and Laab Moo, Pad Thai Kung, and Pad See Ew Moo.
Where: Longtail Causeway Bay, Shop C, G/F, Towning Mansion, 50 Paterson Street, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong
Crumbled Serving Up Hong Kong’s Only Crumbled Dessert in Tai Kok Tsui
This summer, we are celebrating Hong Kong’s first and only crumble dessert specialist, Crumbled, located on the secret streets of Tai Kok Tsui, waiting for you to grab your Octopuses and spoons and scoop away.
For the picker eaters and foodies who can’t choose, Crumbled offers six set crumble bowls for you to choose from, priced at HK$38 for small and HK$58 for big bowls, with your choice of smarties, Oreo crumble, chocolate sauce, Lotus cookies and more for toppings.
Where: Crumbled, G/F, King Wang Heights, 7 Tit Shu Street, Tai Kok Tsui, Kowloon
ODELICE French Kitchen Arrives in Sha Tin for Great Bistro Meals
With already four locations in the bag, Hong Kong’s leading French bistro chain ODELICE is back again with a fifth eatery in Sha Tin. The non-pretentious French menu serves up hearty all-day dining. The atmosphere at each ODELICE location, including the new Sha Tin eatery, is warm and similar to the bistros lining the streets of Paris.
Head to ODELICE and be sure to order the Duck Confit Caeser Salad and Truffle Mushroom Croquettes for starters, before tucking into O Burger, Entrecote Frites 220g, and Mussels Magnifique for hearty mains.
Where: ODELICE, Shop 628, 6/F, New Town Plaza Phase 1, 18 Sha Tin City Mall, Sha Tin, New Territories
Intime Café Opens in Central for All-Day Dining and Late-Night Beers
The newly opened Intime Café is an all-day watering hole in Central, serving everything from breakfast menus to late-night beers and IPAs. Whenever you decide to pop by, it’ll be just ‘Intime’ for whatever occasion you need for the day.
Breakfast sets include a hearty soup of the day, along with café favourites such as Croissants and scrambled eggs and the INTIME All-day breakfast. For lunch, try out their Spinach mushroom and parmesan cheese risotto or their Pan-fried Spanish chestnut-fed pork chop. Expect a variety of coffees and tea including the Hojicha latte, Kyoto grape and peach oolong tea, and the beetroot honey latte.
Where: Intime Café, Shop c, G/F, 34 Cochrane Street, Central, Hong Kong
OKLM Café is Welcomed as the Newest K11 Art Mall Café to Open for Western Brunch
Over on the other side of the city, OKLM Café opens its doors near K11 Art Mall in Tsim Sha Tsui. With white leather boutique chairs and ceiling-height windows, this location serves a photogenic menu of Western plates and a variety of coffees.
Menu items include pasta and burgers for mains, French toast ice cream desserts, and rounded breakfast items such as toast, eggs benedict, and granola bowls. Take your pick from the usual variety of lattes, teas, and pour-overs to accompany your dish.
Where: OKLM Café, Shop 1, G/F, 1-3 Minden Avenue, Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong
Ohayo by Ocio Showing Off Cute Japanese Plates with Great Harbour View
Named after the Japanese word for ‘good morning’, Ohayo by Ocio is a new tenant of Tsim Sha Tsui’s Ocean Terminal. Serving up Western-Japanese fusion dishes and desserts such as their classic souffle pancakes, kakigori, and all-day breakfast, this Kowloon side location is not to be missed.
With a stunning view of Victoria Harbour, you can catch the sunrise through the tall sun-letting windows as you sip on some of your usual favourite lattes and teas.
Where: Ohayo by Ocio, Shop G19, G/F, Ocean Terminal, Harbour City, Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong
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