Best Business Lunch Spots: Hong Kong
It’s a city whose heart is a global epicenter, its skyline is infamous and money, success and innovation flows through Hong Kong as an energizing fuel. Business deals get made here like Dim Sum gets eaten (frequently), so if you stationed out in Hong Kong and need to impress and out of town client, or you're an out of town client wanting to seal that deal impressive local knowledge, here are 3 best business lunch locations in the city center.
LE PORT PARFUME - The convivial working lunch
Serving up some of the freshest wild-caught seafood sourced from local fishermen, this seafood bistro combines sustainability and bold French flavors. With touches of traiditonal French dining, there’s a hong kong twist inviting diners to share. The lunchtime deals are delicious and great value (2 courses HK$178, 3 course HK$198); there is an extensive a la carte menu too. Though dishes a seasonal and depend on the catch, we recommend the clams ‘a la plancha’, with whiskey chilli salsa (HK$200).
Address: Shop C, 6-10 Kau U Fong, Central, Hong Kong
Opening times: Mon-Sun 12:00-15:00; 18:00-22:00
ZUMA - The mid-range power lunch
Channel the second-to-none business etiquette of Japan at Zuma with their impressive range of set lunch menus in a sophisticated setting. Zuma serves contemporary Japanese cuisine; their sharing menus (HK$350-480) allow business diners to taste a wide selection of hot and cold dishes. If sharing doesn’t sweeten the deal, then the 3-course (HK$280) features classic dishes with a modern twist like caramelized spiced chicken thigh, cold spicy noodles with tiger prawns and grilled salmon.
Address: 5 & 6/L, The Landmark, 15 Queens Road Central, Central, Hong Kong
Opening times: lunch Mon-Fri 12:00-2:30, dinner 18:30-22:30, brunch Sat-Sun 11:00-15:00
China Tang (Mark II) - Seal the deal in luxury
A power house in Sir David Tang’s restaurant empire and undoubtedly set to leave a lasting impression, China Tang’s setting is a mix of nostalgic old Shanghai and classic colonial British aesthetics, serving top-notch Cantonese, Sichuan and Beijing cuisine with modern twists from three-star Michelin Chef Albert Au Kwok Keung. There is a number of private rooms available. The set lunch menu (HK$638) features some daily chefs specials, where as diners can opt to choose from their extensive and haute dim sum menu (traditionally a lunchtime meal), the Steamed Shrimp Dumplings with Bamboo Shoot (HK$88) and the Pan-fried Crab Meat Dumplings with Black Truffle (HK$99) aren’t to be missed.
Shop 411-413, 4/F, Landmark Atrium, 16 Des Voeux Rd C, Central
Opening times: Mon to Sun, 12:00 – 23:00