If you miss one thing about England, Sunday roast is probably high on the list. For the places where the Yorkshire puddings are the crunchiest in Hong Kong, read on!
1. The Globe
This place looks, smells, and feels just like your local 'White Horse' down the road. The food is as authentic British as it gets. Their typical Sunday roast ($198) offers your choice of roast (with all the trimmings), roast potatoes, parsnips, carrots, broccoli, cauliflower cheese, peas, Yorkshire pudding, and last but not least, a very generous portion of gravy. That's all you can ask for really...
Garley Building, 45-53 Graham Street, Central
2. The Butcher's Club Steak Frites
For a lofty $550, eat to your heart's content at The Butcher's Club's modern restaurant just by PMQ. Their beef is 'rubbed with mustard, herbs, flakey kosher salt and freshly ground black pepper, then cooked overnight at a low temperature for 12 hours to ensure that its the juiciest and most tender roast you've ever had'. What a way to get the stomachs rumbling...
G/F, 52-56 Staunton Street, Central
3. Yorkshire Pudding
I mean, the name says it all and its logo is the tube symbol! A chiefly British gastropub in Soho, it serves authentic British food. For $168, you can get some juicy sirloin, with mash, roast veggies, Yorkshires and of course, gravy. Proper gravy, that is.
G/F, 6&8 Staunton Street, Soho
4. The Chinnery
Located in the posh Mandarin Oriental, have a high-brow experience of the humble roast at The Chinnery. They have a different roast available every weekday, in the range of $400-500 if you fancy something fancy.
1/F, Mandarin Oriental Hong Kong, 5 Connaught Road, Central