Dining at Peak is double enjoyment – Good Food plus Stunning View. What are the new Dining Attractions you must go at Peak of Hong Kong?
When was your last time to try new dining at Peak of Hong Kong? It might be a long while since the Peak Galleria has started a full scale renovation in 2016.
But now it’s time to visit the new dining spots there while the renovation is almost complete. We have also noticed that there are some interesting dining concepts and first to Hong Kong restaurants.
After hiking up the Peak this weekend to enjoy Hong Kong’s stunning beautiful skyline, why not stop by and try these new dining spots in the newly replenished Peak Galleria! What are they?
(1) New Dining at Peak – Bread Street Kitchen
Bread Street Kitchen is not new to Hong Kong foodie community. This restaurant first landed to Hong Kong in Central. Then it’s recently relocated to the Peak from Lan Kwai Fong.
Bread Street is one of the new dining attractions at the the top of Hong Kong. As you might know that it’s a chain restaurant helmed by the renowned chef Gordon Ramsay. Either in Bread Street at Peak or Maze Grill at Ocean Terminal, you can taste his signature’s Beef Wellington.
(2) New Dining at Peak – 37 Steakhouse and Bar
37 Steakhouse and Bar is another new dining place at the Peak. It’s one of the new food concepts by Food Story, a new F&B group that is active and expanding quick in Hong Kong.
Would it be a new dining experience while you’re chewing the Waygu beef and enjoying the panoramic skyline view of Hong Kong?
(3) New Dining at Peak – Bubba Gumb Shrimp
Here comes to a new seafood restaurant – Bubba Gumb Shrimp is a well-known international seafood restaurant chain originating from the United States.
Earlier this year, Bubba opened its first dining outlet at The Peak in Hong Kong. Now everyone can try its famous seafood platters without having to travel a long way to California!
(4) New Dining at Peak – Rajasthan Rifles
Rajasthan Rifles is opened by Black Sheep Restaurants, an FNB group that is active in Soho areas.
The restaurant has an Anglo-Indian mess hall look. Furthermore, waitresses dressed in interesting army-style uniforms serve you Anglo-Indian cuisines. All of this sure tells you the fascinating history and culture behind the British Indian Colony times.
(5) Other Dining and Fun Attractions
Other than the above stated diners, there are also more different new dining at the Peak, such as the Fujiyama Mama and Lu Feng, to choose from when you get hungry at the Peak. Be sure to stop by and take a look by yourself!
Apart from enjoying the food at The Peak, the new and upcoming Monopoly Dreams, a new themed attraction, is also worth going. Everyone knows what Monopoly is – it’s a board game of tossing dices and buying houses. However, have you ever played as a chess piece on a life-size board game?
Monopoly Dreams is soon coming to Hong Kong, which is the first Monopoly-themed attractions in the world. Don’t miss out and join in on the fun!