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Hong Kong’s Best Themed Restaurants

Hong Kong’s Best Themed Restaurants

By Time Out Hong Kong

Widely famed as a food paradise, Hong Kong is proudly home to a number of Michelin-starred restaurants and a broad spectrum of international cuisines. But it’s also a city where culinary creativity isn’t just limited to what’s served on your plate – there’s a constant slew of new eateries with unusual concepts popping up all over Hong Kong all the time. Here are some of the best that are the talk of the town.

The 747 Galley by Cafe Proud Wings
The 747 Galley by Cafe Proud Wings

Given this city boasts one of the best airports in the world, it should come as no surprise that there’s an aviation themed restaurant in Hong Kong. Enter through an entrance akin to a boarding gate before stepping into the eatery, which is designed to look like a flight cabin complete with airplane seats and windows. Instead of the mediocre food you typically get served onboard a flight, The Galley takes their menu as seriously as pilots do with passengers’ lives. Expect well-cooked lamb striploin and dry-aged beef steaks, as well as a surprisingly wonderful selection of cocktails and craft beer.

Address: 39 Ka Shin Street, Tai Kok Tsui, Kowloon
Tel: +852 3590 3787
Website: www.facebook.com/thegalleyhkg
How to Get There: Nearest MTR station: Olympic, Exit B
B Duck Café
B Duck Café

Hongkongers love yellow rubber ducks so much that there’s a popular cartoon character and clothing brand named B Duck that is, you guessed it, a yellow duck. This adorable character has ventured into the food scene in the form of B Duck Café, offering an array of creative items like a duck-shaped rice dish and the crowd favourite mango pomelo sago dessert, which comes served as rubber duck-shaped jelly in a foamy bowl like a bubble bath.

Address: Shop 2059, Level 2, Yoho Mall, 9 Long Yat Road, Yuen Long, New Territories
Tel: +852 2366 5411
Website: www.facebook.com/B.DuckCafeHK
How to Get There: Nearest MTR station: Yuen Long, Exit K
HA Cube
HA Cube

Want to go fishing without braving the outdoors? HA Cube is the answer to your prayers. As Hong Kong’s only indoor fishing shrimp farm, this unique venue allows diners the rare opportunity to fish for shrimps, lobsters and all things crustacean from its massive pool, and then barbecue it straight afterwards. The restaurant provides everything from fishing rods to bait, so all you need to do is sit back and wait for your meal to bite.

Address: Unit C, 3/F, Tsun Win Factory Building, 60 Tsun Yip Street, Kwun Tong, Kowloon
Tel: +852 6961 6861
Website: www.facebook.com/hacubehk
How to Get There: Nearest MTR station: Kwun Tong, Exit B1
Speedway Diner
Speedway Diner

Order up American diner classics with a side of go-kart at Hong Kong’s self-proclaimed first-ever go-kart-themed eatery. Tuck into hearty burgers and milkshakes as well as Hong Kong-style egg waffles before hopping on an electric go-kart and drifting your way around the venue’s specially designed indoor track. Prepare for friendships to be ruined as things get competitive on the track.

Address: 4/F, Kowloon City Plaza, 28 Carpenter Road, Kowloon City, Kowloon
Tel: +852 2718 2272
Website: www.facebook.com/speedwaydiner
How to Get There: Nearest MTR station: Lok Fu, Exit B
Tikitiki Bowling Bar
Tikitiki Bowling Bar

Adding a Polynesian spin to traditional bowling, this tropical bowling bar and restaurant boasts some atmospheric décor and interiors, ranging from palm trees and rattan furniture to exotic cocktails served in coconut shells and adorable tiki mugs. Fuel up from the seafood-heavy fusion menu at the dining area before hitting the bowling lanes, which feature nightclub lighting and vibes.

Address: 4/F, Centro, 1A Chui Tong Road, Sai Kung, New Territories
Tel: +852 2657 8488
Website: www.tikitiki.hk
How to Get There: Nearest MTR station: Choi Hung; take minibus 1A from near Exit C1

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