Restaurants

Cafe 8 Degrees

Café 8 Degrees is an awarded winning restaurant located on the G/F of Harbour Plaza 8 Degrees. It has been presented the Weekend Weekly’s “Best-Ever Dining Award” from 2013 to 2019 and U Magazine’s “U Favourite Food Awards” for eight consecutive years from 2012 to 2019. Diners may enjoy all you can eat breakfast, lunch and dinner buffets as well afternoon tea sets and a la carte menu featuring Asian and international favourite dishes.

Greyhound Cafe Element

Greyhound Cafe Element

Gaia Group opened the ninth branch of Bangkok-based Greyhound Café at Popcorn.  Described by the Fortune Magazine as “the Hottest Seats in Bangkok”, Greyhound Café is the first fashion café in Bangkok that offers a wide range of Thai cuisine in a relaxing yet trendy atmosphere. Gaia Group brought over this hottest restaurant of Bangkok to Hong Kong during 2011 and has been promoting the concept of modern Thai dining experience in Hong Kong and China. The new branch, Greyhound Café Popcorn, will definitely be a new must-go on Kowloon side for food lovers who wish to satisfy their taste buds with scrumptious Thai dishes. The Restaurant Concept The concept of Greyhound came solely from the characteristics of Bangkok – one of the most dynamic and exciting cities in Asia. The city is known for its mix of cultures, from traditional to modern; high street to haute couture; local to international, which all blended together in a beautifully chaotic way. The new branch at Popcorn will continue the brand’s mission to create a trendy and creative mix of menus, services and ambience that appeal to our customers at right prices. Food with a Twist Greyhound Café is famous for serving simple yet heavenly delicious Thai food with a creative and modern twist. We use fresh ingredients directly imported from Bangkok to retain the dishes’ most authentic flavors. At Greyhound Café Popcorn, guests can not only try our signature dishes such as Greyhound’s Famous Fried Chicken Wings, Salmon Carpaccio in Spicy Hot Sauce and Complicated Noodles, but also some new dishes served exclusively at the new branch, including If you are a fun seeker, we strongly recommend you to try the DIY waffles, which you can enjoy waffles in three different flavors and decorate your dessert with the condiments to your liking.

Happy Paradise Central Hong Kong

Happy Paradise

Happy Paradise is award-winning (Asia’s Best Female Chef 2017) May Chow’s third restaurant after Little Bao (Hong Kong and Bangkok) and Second Draft. We take pride in turning out good vibes, great music, a relaxed ambience, inventive Neo-Chinese food and cocktails. Our vivacious staff are young, energetic, knowledgeable and take making merry very, very seriously.      “Happy Paradise is a fun neon-soaked restaurant and bar serving innovative NeoChinese cuisine and simple yet boldly ballsy cocktails until late at night.”    INTERIORS Working with Mash (the design team behind Mexicola, Hotel Jesus and Africola), Happy Paradise is a tongue-in-cheek reinterpretation of a casual Chinese joint, taking inspiration from cha chaan tengs, mahjong houses, Hong Kong saunas and Shanghainese barber shops. Underneath the lit riot of neon by the bar and all over the ceiling, patterned tiling plus an extensive use of mirrors gives off a laid-back vibe with a colourful sense of humour, unconstrained and unconventional.

Wingman

Wingman

Chicken wing specialist Wingman expands its nascent empire to Central, and it's serving up some pretty excellent deals, like $5 wings night every Wednesday and all-you-can-eat and -drink weekend brunches. The wings – running the gamut of flavours from Carolina Reaper (yikes) to hoisin- and honey-glazed – are legit, too.  

Hanaki Japanese Restaurant

Hanaki Japanese Restaurant

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