Starred Restaurants in Hollywood Road
Lacrucci has seen a shift of F&B business operation from Central to west of Sheung wan over the past several months, resulting from soaring rental cost. The unabating relocation of restaurants and bars subsequently set a new tone for business environment with increasing number of retail shops on Hollywood converting into F&B shops for lease.
Hollywood Road has emerged to be the haven of restaurants and bars, especially for those who are looking for neighborhood with culture, art and heritage. Back to 1990s, Hollywood Road was still a street full of art galleries and Chinese antique shops.
Restaurants and Bars on Hollywood Road
(No. 163 Hollywood Road, Sheung Wan, Hong Kong)
Bibo is a trendy French restaurant and bar where the best of street art meets classic French fine dining. Bibo is more than a restaurant, it offers an opportunity for both art lovers and foodies to appreciate works by the world’s renowned contemporary artists. The interiors are inspired by the vibrancy of Paris in the 1930s.
208 Duecento Otto
(No. 208 Hollywood Road, Sheung Wan, Hong Kong)
208 is one of the earliest Italian restaurants on Hollywood Road. Set in a duplex venue, formally a meat storage warehouse, 208 combines a lively bare downstairs with a more intimate upstairs dining room, both with semi-outdoor seating overlooking Hollywood Road.
(No. 206 Hollywood Road, Sheung Wan, Hong Kong)
ChaChaWan a chic Thai restaurant, which brings Issan cuisine, from the Northern Thailand, to Hollywood Road. Unlike the typical curry and noodle Thai dishes, Issan’s food focuses a lot on grilled meats with predominantly sour, hot and salty favors while maintaining a balance. Its décor is rustic and hip, yet raw and down to earth.
Tate Dining Room
(No. 210 Hollywood Road, Sheung Wan, Hong Kong)
Tate is a French restaurant serving fusion style of French and Japanese fusion food. Headed by Vicky Lau, a celebrity female chef. Tate was awarded as Michelin 1 Starred Restaurant from 2015 to 2017. Tate was relocated from Elgin Street to Hollywood Road by early 2017. A much bigger venue. As an ex-graphic designer, the dishes by Vicky are twisted with both arts and taste. Beautifully presented.
(No. 6 Pound Lane, Sheung Wan, Hong Kong)
Mrs. Pound is located on the corner of Pound Lane and Tai Ping Shan Street, just off of Hollywood Road. A very cool Asian restaurant. It looks like a traditional Chinese stamp shop outside and keep the restaurant location a secret. The menu is a playful take on Asian street food.
For Kee Restaurant
(Shop J-K, No. 200 Hollywood Road, Sheung Wan, Hong Kong)
For Kee is a local Hong Kong restaurant. Located on the corner of Pound Lane and Tai Ping Shan Street, few steps off from Hollywood Road. For Kee is synonymous with everything pork chop, also happens to come with generous dish size. A bargain for money “Tai Pai Dong”.
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