HK Food Guide for Chilly Weather

Since we can’t seem to make this dreadful chill leave HK, we’ve got a most delicious solution to help you warm up from the inside: hot food! Here are the best places on the ENTERTAINER from which to eat hot food. As always, use the app to enjoy tasty buy one get one free offers. Let’s keep ourselves warm, stat!

Hot Food Guide for Chilly Weather

The Drunken Pot

Shop 1, 2nd Level, 8 Observatory Road, Tsim Sha Tsui
Creatively presented dishes, new age broths and funky ingredient combinations – this place is the originator of next-level hot pot. Huge bonus for the hip interiors. Every corner of this place is practically begging for an Instagram moment. Remember to ask about the multi-coloured squid balls made from natural veggie puree and the absolutely delightful “penguin squid balls.”

Restaurant Panorama

Shop S087, G/F, Habour View 2, 16E Science Park East Avenue, Sha Tin
How about finishing off a day trip to the Hong Kong Science Park in Sha Tin with hot pot in Restaurant Panorama? The highlights here are  high-quality beef and fresh seafood. Enjoy 180-degree views of Tolo Harbour and delicious food in a serene, scenic environment. Bliss.

Seansin Seafood Hotpot Experts

8th Level, Bartlock Centre, 3 Yiu Wa Street, Causeway Bay
In need of warming up after a shopping spree? Escape into Seansin in Causeway Bay. As the name suggests, the main event here is the seafood with a little twist. This place is a bit more upscale than a typical Chinese hot pot restaurant and resembles Japanese shabu-shabu more closely.


G/F, 54A Hollywood Road, Central
Fresca is a vegetarian café that redefines “fresh” with produce sourced exclusively from private Hong Kong gardens and farms. Their menu changes according to harvest, weather, season, festival, the chef’s mood or yours. I personally love the roasted cauliflower and carrot soup. When it’s this cold, choose to eat in. They have a charming dining area upstairs that’s a welcome respite from busy Hollywood Road below.


7-17 Amoy Street, Wan Chai
Inspired by the long standing Belgian tradition of having a daily soup, Tallore is HK’s first authentic Western soup bar. Upon entering the shop you’ll be greeted by large pots of soup constantly kept hot. Tallore’s soups are made fresh daily and have that true-to-Belgian-tradition silky texture. To complement your meal, they also offer a large variety of European-inspired sandwiches, pastas and salads.

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James Gannaban
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