Restaurants in China

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When it comes to cheap Chinese eats, Mia’s offers many fresher, healthier alternative to heavy dumplings and noodles.  Quaint and inexpensive, the... Read More

Perched in the middle of a man-made lake, the path to this house twists and turns (legend says spirits don’t do curves.) Also known as &ldquo... Read More

Cha chaan tengs, or tea restaurants, are the heart and soul of Hong Kong's cuisine culture. These establishments serve Western-inspired dishes with a... Read More

The Mosto Group's latest venture is all about simple, healthy on-the-go dishes. Lunch on one of the nutrient-packed power bowls of whole grains and... Read More

A modern French eatery run by innovative chef Paul Pairet, this venue reached number 21 in 2015's Asia's 50 Best Restaurants. Although a fine dining... Read More

Taking up the first three levels in the recently opened Taikoo Place apartment complex, this restaurant has been the talk of the town ever since its... Read More

Try Cantonese classics such as tea-smoked chicken and barbecued pork belly in the sleek, harbor-facing dining room. Read More

Xiao long bao (Shanghainese soup dumplings) are the speciality. ($1) Read More

This Julu Road eatery is a favorite with expats and locals looking for a unique dining option. Nepali Kitchen serves food of the Himalayas inside its... Read More

Located on the second floor of the Intercontinental Hotel, this Japanese restaurant takes its namesake from chef Nobu Matsuhisa. ... Read More

With its burnished red tables, hanging lanterns, converted-cyclo chairs, and silk-clad waitresses, Nuage is a little slice of old Saigon in downtown... Read More

NUR is by no means a massive restaurant, so it's surprising that a good portion of ingredients is processed at this very space: The kombucha is... Read More

Fans of Japanese cuisine are in good hands at Okra, the restaurant led by Max Levy, formerly the only non-Japanese sushi chef at New York's award... Read More

For a brief pit stop try Olala Charcuterie, where you can score a refreshing salad with extra-lean Serrano ham and an undercurrent of beets. Sturdier... Read More

Widely popular with locals, this venue was the original restaurant that propelled the Jesse brand into the successful chain it is today. Arguably the... Read More

China is a popular place for tea so it’s no surprise that teahouses abound across the country. After a flight of stairs to the second floor, this... Read More

This airy, hushed dining room, with its plush chairs and small pond fed by a tinkling waterfall, is the place to linger over lunch in Wan Chai. Accessed... Read More

The menu features Yellow River bamboo with ham; translucent gooey balls of summer yam with pork and scallions; and lu yu, a river fish with a sour,... Read More

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