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Dining Alone in HK

woojink | | Jan 10, 2008 10:08 PM

Hello all. I'm a fairly avid 'hound from Los Angeles and will be in HK for the next couple of weeks on a business trip. I'm staying at the JW near Admiralty/Central and wanted to see if I could get some recommendations.

I'm somewhat familiar with the city and Kowloon, no hesitation to get on the MTR, but do not speak any Cantonese. I've been to Hong Kong several times in the past and usually stayed in TST.

This time however, I'm travelling without any colleagues and although our office here has several folks that I will be hanging out with in the evenings, I won't have them every night, nor do I want to impose.

Can anyone give me some recommendations as to places that are good for eating alone? Obviously top notch food is the key requirement. Cuisine type and cost is wide open. As long as it's good, I'm not too concerned. I don't mind getting a cab or hopping on the MTR. For that matter, I don't even mind jumping on a ferry to Macau... but would assume that I should be able to eat very well without using my passport! I do have some meetings/events in Macau already planned so I will be with folks there also.

Thanks for your help and suggestions!

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