International Restaurants in Hong Kong are not hard to find and the swank interior of the Lobster Bar and Grill features two large saltwater tanks full of colourful fish. The lobster bisque, lobster thermidor with cheese and herbs is flawless and the jazz band mellow singing in the background makes its more international and chic.
Voted 'best people watching spot in Hong Kong' Staunton's Wine Bar and Café has a really international atmosphere to it. Tourists from around the globe end up here to share a drink or two, and tasty meals from their international cuisine: Spanish Tapas, Italian, Mediterranean and more.
The Greenery offers an "international" menu for all-day, casual dining in a garden-like setting, surrounded by the atrium's lush foliage and burbling water features and - in the evenings, the melodies of a live pianist. Signature International Dishes: Hainanese Chicken Rice, Seafood Platter, Sashimi & Sushi, Grilled USA 1855 Prime beef.
The Peak Lookout Appetiser Combo, The Peak Lookout Seafood Platter, Classic Caesar Salad, Spicy Calamari, Lobster Bisque, Hainan Chicken Rice, Rigatoni All'Arrabbiata, Lasagna Toscana, Murgh Vindaloo.
The daily buffets at the Harbourside Restaurant serves up some really decent international fare from a carving station to noodles, indian oven, steamed buns, German to Japanese sashimi. Extremely elaborate buffet and might be one of the best international buffets in Hong Kong.
What blows people away about the location of Tott's must be the sophisticated decor and harbourview deck. The international menu puts focus on good cooking and Tott's deserves a star for the strength of its service alone.
The Verandah although is more continental and colonial rather than truly an international restaurant in Hong Kong, the Sunday brunch is wonderfully excellent.
Harlan's contemporary design generates a sublime yet warm and comfortable atmosphere. The celebrated international restaurant a spacious alfresco outdoor terrace commanding breathtaking, bird's-eye views of the Victoria Harbour at the ONE.
You can get ice-rink food at EXP/2 at Festival walk and not have to worry about lines, the menu is international rice and pasta dishes with a Hong Kong twist. The seafood rice noodle is particularly noteworthy though.
Pearl on the Peak offers a great varieties of international cuisine with a wonderful view and its for tourists so the menu is international and the restaurant is one of the few in Hong Kong that puts emphasis on simple presentation, savory grills inspired by western classics and succulent seafood dishes - cooked with fresh, great tasting ingredients and appealing to a broad range of international travelers.
Level 6, Supreme Court Road, Pacific Place
10-12 Staunton Road
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Peak Tower, Level 1