Here are some of the best dishes from our fave restaurants around the Tin Hau and Tai Hang area. With dog-friendly cafes, Italian restaurants, modern western and Australian spots, Tin Hau and Tai Hang have some great options for Hong Kong foodies. Check out the beautiful seafood and fish dishes we picked out below. More food options for eat-in or delivery can be found on dishtag.com and the Dishtag app.
Situated on the ground level of Tuve Hotel, Superhooman is a dog-friendly café in Tin Hau. A coffee shop and café by day, Superhooman transforms into a cocktail bar in the evening. Breakfast menu items are at the fore and you can enjoy their Avocado Eggs Benedict with Salmon, Bacon & Egg Charcoal Brioche or Big Breakfast. Or you can sample the poke bowl pictured below. For an after work tipple, they also have the Superhooman Espressotini, which is made with their house Espresso
Etna, taking its name its volcanic namesake in Italy, brings fine Italian fare to Tin Hau. The Etna menu is inspired by the variety of Mediterranean ingredients that can be found around the volcano. Chef Rene Michelana offers his take on Italian classics with his own unique twist, in a setting that provides both indoor and al fresco dining. The Fritata includes Stuffed Crab, while the “Carbonara” incorporates Salted Duck Egg Yolk. A number of grilled meat and seafood options are available as mains, and the meal can be finished with Chef Rene’s take on classic Cannolis and Tiramisu.
Envy is a modern western restaurant and bar in Tai Hang, serving a hybrid of cuisine that embraces all that is creative and artistic. The unconventional eatery is decorated with exotic crafts, art pieces and colourful tiles, setting itself apart in the quaint neighbourhood. The menu is seasonal, featuring unusual ingredients and innovative cooking techniques. Signatures include octopus pasta, amadai fish and lamb shank.
Elementary is an Australian restaurant in Tai Hang, serving up fresh plates that are meant for sharing. The eatery takes a fusion and contemporary approach to Australian cuisine, taking influences from Asian, European and Middle Eastern cooking techniques. Nestled in the corner of the characterful neighbourhood, Elementary catches the eye with its stylish interior as well as its impressive 3-section menu, offering a casual yet refreshing dining experience to food lovers.