Best dishes Star Street restaurants Hong Kong

Posted on January 2, 2021 by admin

Here are some of the best dishes from our fave restaurants around the Star Street area – with burger joints, fine dining spots, pastrami-sandwich delis, pasta-bars, and middle-eastern wine bars and more, Star Street has some great options for Hong Kong foodies. Check out the beautiful dishes below from East to West in the Star Street area.

Lamb Ribs – Francis

Middle Eastern signatures from St Francis Street’s Francis include these lamb ribs, chicken schnitzel and hummus. The 30-seat venue draws inspiration from Tel Aviv, the hometown of Chef Asher Goldstein, featuring organic produce, seafood, and an array of seasonal vegetables.

Photography credits: DIshtag. Lamb ribs, orange, yoghurt, coriander.

Ravioli Carbonara – Pici Wan Chai

The ravioli carbonara at Pici is one of our faves in all of Hong Kong and all the pasta at this down-to-earth pasta bar never lets you down . The spicy Orecchiette with Italian Sausage and Black Truffle Tagliolini are always crowd pleasers, but Pici also offer other Italian classics such as Vitello Tonnato, Burrata Cheese and Homemade Meatballs. Their Star Street branch ensures that an exceptional Italian meal is never too far away for diners in the heart of Wanchai

Photography credits: Pirata Group restaurants. Ravioli carbonara, egg yolk, ricotta, pecorino, guanciale.

Impossible Burger – Honbo

Honbo is one of the trendiest and tastiest burger joints in Hong Kong. Located on Sun Street, it celebrates American-style burgers through honest cooking and sourcing of high quality ingredients. With a simple and straightforward menu, Honbo’s aims to serve the perfect classic burger. Honbo has also opened branches at The Mills in Tsuen Wan and in Basehall, Central.

Photography credits: Dishtag x foodpanda. Impossible burger, Impossible patty, pickles, onion, lettuce, vegan X.O. sauce

Beef Tartare Yu Kwan Yick Style – Roots Eatery

Just next door to Honbo, Chef Stephanie Kwong brings a unique marriage of French and Cantonese cuisine to Roots Eatery. Inspired by memories of her grandmother’s meals, the food at Roots Eatery is prepared with heart and soul, as well as creativity. This is exemplified in dishes like the Beef Tartare Yu Kwan Yick Style, the Signature Roasted French Spring Chicken with Gultinous Rice Stuffing, and Salted Egg Yolk Tart.

Photography credits: Roots Eatery. Beef Tartare Yu Kwan Yick Style.

Pizza Carbonara – The Pizza Project

Star Street needed a pizza spot and the Pirata Group’s The Pizza Project definitely delivers. Envisioning to make pizza accessible to everyone, the pizza joint offers great doughy creations at a fair price, allowing guests to share fun experiences with friends and family. This Carbonara pizza is arguably iconic.

Photography credits: Pirata Group restaurants. Carbonara pizza, pancetta, quail eggs, tomato sauce and fior di latte

Rueben – Morty’s Delicatessen

Morty’s the New York-style deli on Wing Fung Street was a welcome addition to the Star Street area, bringing its larger than life ruebens and bacon sandwiches to the East Admiralty crowd. Morty’s is a modern take on the classic delicatessen concept while still preserving traditional methods that have been instilled in our recipes and practices. Serving classic and specialty deli sandwiches made with premium cuts of meat that have been smoked in-house, Morty prides itself by delivering fresh in-house baked bread and pickled veggies, salads, poutine, gluten-free sauces, and dressings,  smoothies, an array of cocktails, draught beers, craft beers and proudly serving Elephant Grounds coffee.

Photography credits: Morty’s Delicatessen. Rueben, Slow Smoked Pastrami, Swiss Cheese, Thousand Island Dressing & Sauerkraut on House Rye.

Giandoiotto – Giando

Giando is a fine dining Italian restaurant nestled in the corner of Star Street specialising in modern Italian cooking and incredible desserts. Helmed by full of life chef Gianni Caprioli, the menu incorporates ingredients that are always found in traditional Italian kitchens, showcasing his contemporary take on Italian cuisine. The restaurant stays true the Italian heritage, featuring ingredients from artisan producers, small family farms and Italy’s best boutique wineries. Signatures include Gianni’s spaghetti al ricci di mare, branzino al sale and vitello da latte in crosta al pistacchio.

Photography credits: Dishtag. Giandiutto, Gianduiotto chocolate mousse served with lemon mascarpone sherbet

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