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Top 5… Middle Eastern Restaurants in Hong Kong

Exotic flavours and spices, chargrilled meats and melt-in-the-mouth tagines…Middle Eastern food is delicious! Here’s our take on the top five restaurants in Hong Kong.

Olive G/F, No. 32 Elgin Street, Soho, Central
2521 1608

Olive serves Greek and Middle Eastern dishes in a buzzing space on Elgin Street. The food is a modern interpretation of what some consider to be quite a ‘heavy’ style of cooking and we appreciate the light takes on old classics such traditional kofta and warming tagines.

Bahce Turkish Restaurant Shop 19, G/F, Mui Wo Centre, 3 Ngan Wan Road, Lantau Island
2984 0222

If you’re out in Mui Wo, then make sure to visit Bahce. Delicious mezze + a relaxed environment = quite the summer escape.

Habibi LKF 1/F, Grand Progress Building, 15-16 Lan Kwai Fong, Central
2544 6198

Habibi Café Shop A, G/F, 112-114 Wellington St, Central
2544 3886

We personally prefer the café because of its chilled out atmosphere and lighter bites, but if you’re looking for the whole Middle Eastern shebang, the restaurant’s heartier plates are perfect.

Sahara 11 Elgin Street, Hong Kong Island, Hong Kong

Though well known for being a shisha bar and late night hangout, Sahara is also a restaurant that serves delicious Middle Eastern fare: tagines, fluffy pita bread, delicious dips and addictive baklava.


Sumac G/F, 8 Glenealy, Central
2147 9191

A friendly Lebanese restaurant with warm and sunny burnt orange décor, Sumac is hidden away on Glenealy. The friendliness of the manager and the delicious food makes this a hidden gem worth seeking out.

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