Senior citizens seem to arrive by the busload, but this stunning restaurant perched over a picturesque lake remains one of the area's most beautiful dining rooms. Stick to the basics on the menu, as this is a place you come to enjoy the overall experience rather than to be dazzled by the food. The more adventurous the dish sounds the less successful it is likely to be. Always charming and quaint.
More suitable for longterm expats than for visiting tourists, this trendy steakhouse is a popular spot on Elgin's restaurant-packed strip. Perfectly cooked steaks, mouth-watering appetizers and decadent sides (like macaroni and cheese) lure in the crowds, especially on Monday nights for the 2-for-1 promotion. The bill can get very expensive very fast, but in the end, the food is worth every penny.
86-88 Stanley Main St.Stanley Village Rd.
Hong Kong, China
A light and airy restaurant located on Stanley's restaurant-packed waterfront promenade, The Boathouse is one of the best bets for diners looking to savour a leisurely al fresco lunch on a beautiful sunny day. Although pricier than some of it's neighboring competitors, the seafood-focussed menu and spacious outdoor patio and terraces keep the crowds coming. A top pick after browsing the stalls of Stanley Market.
Tapas done right! A fine addition to the Elgin/Peel Western dining strip, Boca never fails to impress with its high-quality, inventive and, ultimately, delicious small plates. Pair you meal with some killer Sangria and you have a dinner that rivals that of any other you can find in the area. Expensive it may be, but it's a chill and trendy spot to start any evening of bar hopping in LKF or SoHo.