Model Diaries: the best places to eat in Hong Kong


Hong Kong is arguably the fashion capital of Asia. 

Which means it brings in hundreds of model imports per year, all hungry for success, but also pretty hungry for lunch. Navigating around a brand new city can be hard enough, luckily for you we asked models what their favourites places are to eat in Hong Kong.

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Elephant Walk
8 Wing Fung St. Wan Chai

 The perfect for you if your missing your smashed avo for breakfast so don’t fret, this place has you covered.

The perfect for you if your missing your smashed avo for breakfast so don’t fret, this place has you covered.

Yan Toh Heen
InterContinental Hong Kong, 18 Salisbury Road, Tsim Sha Tsui

 Come for the view, stay for the wagyu beef with green peppers

Come for the view, stay for the wagyu beef with green peppers

Boomshack
Shop B, G/F, 8-12 Wo On Lane, Central, Hong Kong

 A western fast food joint also sells beetroot fries among many other delicious creations. Your spot if you feel like a deep fried crispy chicken waffle sandwich.

A western fast food joint also sells beetroot fries among many other delicious creations. Your spot if you feel like a deep fried crispy chicken waffle sandwich.

Flipper's
6/F, Hysan Place, 500 Hennessy Road Causeway Bay

 You won’t believe your eyes when you see how fluffy theses guy’s pancakes are until you do. This place serves up airy, melt-in-your-mouth pancakes that will be a treat for all you sweet tooths out there.

You won’t believe your eyes when you see how fluffy theses guy’s pancakes are until you do. This place serves up airy, melt-in-your-mouth pancakes that will be a treat for all you sweet tooths out there.

Ho Lee Fook
1-5 Elgin St, Central, Hong Kong

 Hands down one of the best places to grab a drink and some grub in Hong Kong. Who doesn’t love a wall of lucky cats waving at you as you enter? The head chef describes it as 'a funky Chinese restaurant where people can come eat,  and get messed up'.

Hands down one of the best places to grab a drink and some grub in Hong Kong. Who doesn’t love a wall of lucky cats waving at you as you enter? The head chef describes it as 'a funky Chinese restaurant where people can come eat,  and get messed up'.

Potato Head
100 Third St, Sai Ying Pun, Hong Kong

 You may be familiar with this one because of your regular Bali trips. The newly opened Hong Kong restaurant is just as popular. Try the prawn curry and chicken satay, because damn, it looks delicious.  

You may be familiar with this one because of your regular Bali trips. The newly opened Hong Kong restaurant is just as popular. Try the prawn curry and chicken satay, because damn, it looks delicious.  

Cafe Deadend
72 Po Hing Fong, Tai Ping Shan, Hong Kong

 Literally located on a  dead end  of Sheung Wan, this chilled venue is one of the coolest settings in town thanks to its charming al fresco outdoor seating.

Literally located on a dead end of Sheung Wan, this chilled venue is one of the coolest settings in town thanks to its charming al fresco outdoor seating.

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