Loading

BEST INTERNET RATE GUARANTEE

 
Rooms
Adults
Children*
 
 
 
 
Forget password | Member sign up | First time login
Modify / Cancel Rooms
BOOK NOW
Find a Hotel Find a Hotel Main Menu Hong Kong Regal Airport Hotel Regal Hongkong Hotel Regal Kowloon Hotel Regal Oriental Hotel Regal Riverside Hotel iclub Fortress Hill Hotel iclub Ma Tau Wai Hotel iclub Mong Kok Hotel iclub Sheung Wan Hotel iclub Wan Chai Hotel Dezhou Regal Kangbo Hotel Regal Kangbo Hotel & Residence Foshan Regal Financial Center Hotel Shanghai Regal International East Asia Hotel Regal Jinfeng Hotel Regal Plaza Hotel & Residence Regal Shanghai East Asia Hotel Xi'an Regal Airport Hotel, Xi'an Zhengzhou iclub Yuhong Hotel Regal Rewards www.regalhotel.com About Main Menu About About This hotel Location Information Awards Press Online Concierge Accommodations Main Menu Accommodations Overview Presidential Suite Deluxe Suite Executive Suite Quadruple Room Triple Room Executive Club Room Premier Prime Deluxe Deluxe Superior Spa Room Restaurants & Bars Main Menu Restaurants & Bars List of Restaurants L'eau Restaurant (International) Taiwan Delight Avanti Pizzeria (Italian) Aji Bou Izakaya (Japanese) Regal Court (Cantonese) Regal Terrace (Cantonese) Dragon Inn (Huaiyang) Vi (Thai-Vietnamese) Moon River (Local) Scene Bar (Live Music Lounge) Carnival Bar (American) Regal Patisserie Meetings & Events Main Menu Meetings & Events Celebrations Meetings Weddings Travel Tips Main Menu Travel Tips Local Guide Top 10 Sightseeing Top 10 Dining Top 10 Shopping Plan Your Trip Gallery Main Menu Gallery Event Photos Hotel photos Promotions Main Menu Promotions Room Food & Beverage Spa Regal Rewards

Top 10 Dining

Dai Pai Dong

Dai pai dong is a type of open-air food stall which serves tasty traditional Chinese cuisine, cheaply and quickly...

Local Café

To have a real taste of the local dining, don't miss out the local café, which offers authentic Hong Kong Style Milk Tea, Pineapple Bun, and a wide array of local delicacies...

Dessert / Tong Shui

From traditional Chinese Tong Shi like Red Bean Soup, Sesame Soup and Beancurd Dessert, to modern dessert with a fusion of Hong Kong style, Kowloon City has it all. Check out for the long queue to discover the renowned ones!

Chinese Herbal Tea

Being an Intangible Cultural Heritage, Chinese Herbal Tea has extensive medical values. People in Hong Kong like having the tea to keep healthy.

Cart Noodles

Cart Noodles began in the 1950s and becomes a cultural food icon of Hong Kong. Due to a vast variety of toppings available, you can make your own noodle combinations according to personal preference.

Hong Kong Style Milk Tea

Hong Kong style milk tea originates from English tea culture and now the “Hong Kong Style Silk Stocking milk tea” is renowned for its smoothness. Hong Kong people like to pair it with egg tarts in tea time.

Street Snack

The most popular street snacks in Hong Kong are egg waffle, put chai ko, curry fish ball. Most of them are put on sticks or in paper bags to make them portable and can be instantly eaten.

Ngong Ping Village

The 1.5-hectare Ngong Ping Village is a culturally themed area with a wide array of shops and eateries. In Ngong Ping Village, tourists can enjoy a delightful dining experience in Chinese, Japanese, western restaurants etc.

Vegetarian Food

A vegetarian meal in the quiet and idyllic ambience of the monastery offers a welcome relief for modern people who are used to the hustle and bustle of city life.

Tung Chung Seafood

Due to the geographical advantage of Tung Chung, the area offers a wide variety of fresh and lively seafood.