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Looking for a great dining experience that can be combined with views over our great Harbour?  Due to the central position of the harbour in the city, right between Hong Kong Island and the Kowloon Peninsular, there is no shortages of places to eat with outstanding city views.

Here are a few highlights, but also don't forget that dinner cruises on the harbour are also a great option!

In the Harbour Grand Hotel is the "Le 188 Degrees" fine dining French restaurant which makes as a prominent feature its wall to ceiling glass windows which give grand views over the harbour.  Located in the otherwise uninteresting suburban and light commercial district of Fortress Hill it is still easily reached by Taxi or by MTR.  A formal restaurant, not accepting children at dinner, it is well worth visiting just for the view!

On the other side of the harbour the Intercontinental hotel is right beside the Tsimshatsui Promenade and its various restaurants therefore have a great view of our harbour.  From the Lobby Lounge to the 1 Michelin starred Steakhouse up to Alain Ducasse's 2 star "Spoon" each restaurant shared various great views of over Victoria Harbour and with Central district on Hong Kong directly across the water it is also a great place to see the lights on the buildings during the nightly symphony of lights show.

Maxim's Palace City Hall is at the city hall building in Central and is one of the larger Dim Sum restaurants in Hong Kong, due to its great location there are great views over our harbour, though with reclamation now in progress these views will sadly one day be reduced so visit today not to miss them!

Felix at The Peninsula hotel on Tsimshatsui this is one of the leading restaurants in one of the leading hotels of the world. 

Pizza Express and Starbucks in Ocean Terminal offer much more budget and casual options as do a varity of ever changing restaurants in the same building, which serves as a cruise ferry pier right next to Star Ferry Pier on Tsimshatsui.  Just walk through the shopping arcades and select the restaurant of your choice, on some days the views from some may be blocked by cruise ships so select which one is good on the day of your visit!

And finally the classic view of Victoria Harbour try the Peak Tower on Victoria Peak which has a variety of dining choices, from Cafe Deco serving modern western pizza, pasta and stake dishes through to the chain Bubba Gump option with seafood and shrimp offerings.