The Best Restaurants with Terraces in Hong Kong
Hong Kong’s vibrant culinary scene is complimented best by a terrace with an amazing view. With its tropical climate and soaring skyscrapers, Hong Kong is home to some of the most stunning and diverse rooftop and terrace restaurants in the world.
If you’re looking for a change of scenery this summer, we’ve compiled a list of unconventional and exciting terraces all around the city to satisfy your explorer’s cravings!
1. The Hideout, Lantau Island
The Hideout is new to the Hong Kong scene, but it’s already conquered many hearts with impeccable, calming views and atmosphere. This serene place has a wonderful terrace, serves up specialty coffee and welcomes in your pets, what else to wish for?
Follow their Instagram (incredibly aesthetically pleasing, might we add) to learn about exciting happenings in the fresh air this summer. From yoga and meditation sessions to local musical performances, this is the ultimate getaway spot on Lantau Island!
Stay tuned for Project Sunset, a regular live music performance under the orange sky for a very reasonable price.
2. Maka Hiki, Tin Hau
Didn’t get a chance to enjoy a vacation this summer? Worry not, Maka Hiki is guaranteed to transport you straight to the tropical oasis!
Located at the heart of Tin Hau, a short walk away from Victoria Park, this spot is guaranteed to surprise you with its stunning green terrace. We can bet that the pictures you took here will easily pass as being taken at the resort in Bali.
Maka Hiki serves up delicious food, and fun cocktails (picture-perfect, of course), and is welcoming to your furry friends! Make your reservation here.
3. The Peak Lookout, The Peak
Whether it’s your first time visiting Hong Kong, or you’ve lived & loved this vibrant place for a while, The Peak Lookout is a true testament to the city. Located within a Grade II listed historical landmark, this restaurant has spacious indoor and outdoor sitting areas.
The Peak Lookout has recently gone through renovation but kept its’ traditional English architectural style with French design accents. As the restaurant is located above the city, it provides unbeatable scenery. Nothing is better than enjoying the sunset here with a glass of wine in hand, so we advise reserving your table in advance for the best experience. Follow the link here to explore The Peak Lookout.
4. Kömune, Wong Chuk Hang
Wong Chuk Hang is growing in popularity, mainly due to its rising art scene. It’s a fun and exciting area, which is definitely worth adding to your exploration list.
And what’s better than chilling out on a spacious green terrace in the middle of a new adventure?
Kömune is the ultimate Wong Chuk Hang-out – a slice of laidback life where you can satisfy all your cravings indoors or alfresco. This refreshing dining concept follows a simple philosophy of bringing the community together.
Indulge in unique Mediterranean vegetarian flavors, scrumptious gluten-free pizzas, carefully curated wines, and cocktails, all accompanied by soul-touching tunes.