Mott 32's recognitions from various international publications solidify its reputation as a top restaurant among diners in Hong Kong. Enjoy the taste of their tender Char Siu, made with pluma Iberico pork and Yellow Mountain honey, for a sweet bite that melts in your mouth. This specialty takes 40 minutes to prepare, but it's worth the wait!
Mott 32 is a swanky evening option. I booked that the first time Alex and I met! Food is delicious, and Alex revealed that Monica had taken him there just recently as well. It had just opened at the time in Hong Kong.
Trendy, upscale Mott 32’s inventive take on spicy stir-fry and quirky Dim Sum speaks through decades of Hong Kong ingenuity.
Its mix of Eastern and Western influences celebrates the legacy of the very first convenience store in New York's Chinatown—this place's namesake. This fusion has also produced a range of Dim Sum items that are anything but ordinary. Often recommended is their signature Barbecue Pluma Iberico Pork with Yellow Mountain Honey, of which only eight portions are made per day.
Make sure to reserve ahead and prepare to splurge. Prices are steep, but well worth it!
Vin Ju Tei elevates the dining experience by inviting a wine sommelier to pair their Okonomiyaki with some fine wine. With a dish as adaptable and versatile as Okonomiyaki, the wine list must keep up—that’s why they have more than 30 kinds of wine to choose from. Savor their cheese fondue-Okonomiyaki creation with a special glass of Vin Ju Tei’s finest bottle.