Southern District Restaurants in Hong Kong

Repulse Bay, Stanley and Aberdeen make up the most of the Southern District of Hong Kong and the Southern District restaurants make the most of their scenic waterfront surroundings and alfresco dining is a must.

The Verandah is one of the last colonial styled continental restaurants in Hong Kong and was rebuilt in the former Repulse Bay hotel. The Verandah is a historical charm in Hong Kong, It maintains the relaxed and spacious atmosphere of the original Repulse Bay Hotel but with a Grand Hall to create a more spacious and welcoming arrival experience and a revitalized interior. The views alone from the Verandah paint picture perfect luxury, but even though its Repulse Bay the dress code at this top southern district restaurant remains smart casual, no sport shorts / swimwear and sandals for gentlemen (Smart casual shorts allowed except for dinner).

One fabulous Southern District point of interest is the main street at Stanley, you'll find bars like Smugglers Inn, The Boathouse, King Ludwig, Beaches, Lucy's and Mijas Spanish Restaurant. These southern district establishments are classic favourites with locals and tourists.

The Boathouse is great for parking your tired market legs but you better get there early because it does fill up on weekends. No designer gear is needed at Smugglers Inn and this Southern district restaurant is packed to the rafters on weekends because there are numerous beers available on tap: Tiger, Stella, Guinness, Fosters plus quaffable wines by the glass and every spirit imaginable.

The Jumbo Kingdom opened in 1967 and its called the world's largest floating seafood restaurant so this restaurant is pretty symbolic of Hong Kong and you'll find this Southern district restaurant great for seafood and dim sum.

Tourists flock to the Top Deck at the Jumbo, which is Hong Kong's best al fresco dining and event venue - on top of the world famous Jumbo Floating Restaurant in Aberdeen Marina. The menu is international so you'll find sushi, thai, burgers and jet fresh oysters that you can munch on in comfy armchairs. You have the options to take the 72 or 75 bus from Central or 59 minibus from Kennedy Town to get to these Aberdeen establishments.

Sampan East is a budget Thai restaurant on the Deep Water Bay Beach that is cheap food with no frills, it probably wouldn't matter to grab some safe items off their menu and wash it down with beer though.

The Verandah

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109 Repulse Bay
Repulse Bay

Continental colonial cuisine... read more

Beaches

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92b Stanley Main Street
Stanley

Alfreco dining and seaviews... read more

King Ludwig

Shop 202, Murray House Stanley Plaza

Crisp Pork Knuckle with Sauerkraut... read more

The Boathouse

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88 Stanley Main St
Stanley

Alfresco bar with water views... read more

Smugglers Inn

90a Stanley Main Street
Stanley

Grab a beer and a bite... read more

Lucy's

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64 Stanley Main Street
Stanley

Colourful but warm place to dine and kiss afterwards... read more

Mijas Spanish Restaurant

Shop 102, 1/F, Murray House, Stanley Plaza, Stanley

Spanish Restaurant at Murray house... read more

Jumbo Kingdom

Aberdeen Promenade
Aberdeen Harbour, Hong Kong Island

Floating Seafood Restaurant in Aberdeen... read more

Top Deck, at the Jumbo

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Shum Wan Pier Drive, Wong Chuk Hang
Jumbo Kingdom Floating Seafood Restaurant

Up on the deck with all the space and seafood...
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Sampan East

Deep Water Bay Beach
Island Road

Delicious snacks sold at the kiosks... read more
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