Hong Kong's best new restaurants: The inspirations, ingredients and innovation behind the hottest new restaurants in Hong Kong are stretching the city's global reach even further. Instagrammable John Anthony, pictured is one of them. Click through our photo gallery to discover more:
John Anthony: The 7,000-square-feet space boasts three custom-built barbecue grills that deliver many of the dishes, including traditional Cantonese char siu roast meats such as Iberico pork, Black Angus short rib and Australian wagyu fillet.
Ichu Peru: Virgilio Martinez's restaurant Ichu in Hong Kong's Central neighborhood is named after a plant from the Peruvian Andes that only grows in extreme conditions.
Joyce Wang Studio
Kytaly: "The World's Best Pizza" has hit Hong Kong. Kytaly, smack in the heart of Hong Kong's nightlife district, Wan Chai, is the first overseas restaurant by renowned pizza chef Franco Pepe.
Roganic: Always imaginative and ahead of its time, star British chef Simon Rogan's food delivers on every level and reminds Hong Kong's diners -- and chefs -- that there's still plenty of room for innovation.
SHÈ: SHÈ is a Chinese character that represents hospitality and also the name of a modern Chinese restaurant within one of Hong Kong's most historic and exclusive departments stores, Lane Crawford.
Wagyumafia: If beef is your thing, it doesn't get much tastier than the newly opened Wagyumafia in Wan Chai. The 18-seat dining and butcher's club only serves Japanese-reared champion wagyu beef from Kobe and Tajima.
Hotal Colombo: Seating just 40 diners, Hotal Colombo is where Head Chef Gisela Alesbrook shares her profound love of her country's cuisine through sharing plates.
Artemis and Apollo: A Greek taverna, Artemis & Apollo brings the soul of Greece's best dishes to diners in Hong Kong's Wan Chai district.
Artemis and Apollo
KONG: Wan Chai based Bread & Beast have been making gourmet sandwiches popular with locals and visitors alike, but their recent launch of an evening restaurant called Kong has taken the food in a whole new direction, serving Cantonese classics with unusual twists.
Prohibition Grill House Marriott: Prohibition Grill House & Cocktail Bar looks the part with its 1920s throwback of red velvet curtains, brick walls, leather banquettes and copper piping. The meats are the star of the show. M4 Japanese wagyu is hard to top, while Australian ribeye is another popular choice.
Ocean Park Marriott Hotel
Ecriture: Ecriture stunned the culinary world after opening in May 2018 and collecting two Michelin stars just seven months later. Chef Maxine Gilbert plays brilliantly with French and Asian textures and flavors.