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Grilled meat and seafood is Marbling’s forte, with well-marbled (natch) steaks the stars of the show – the restaurant even boasts its own dry-ageing room. The meat and fish are sourced from the best producers around the world, from Dingley Dell pork to Japanese Wagyu. In addition to a main course, the semi-buffet set lunch includes a generous appetiser counter, daily soup, a dessert table and coffee or tea, for less than $200 per person.

Shop C, 5–7 Cleveland Street, Fashion Walk (Food Street), Causeway Bay, 2802 1128

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Lady M

Considered one of the finest patisseries in New York, Lady M brings her exclusive chocolate mille-crêpes and savoury menu to Fashion Walk, delivering an experience that embodies elegance and minimalism. Bring out your posh Upper East Side attitude at this stylish and opulent bakery.

Shop C, 1–3 Cleveland Street, Fashion Walk (Food Street), Causeway Bay, 2861 1866

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This restaurant puts a spin on the classic dose of Americana that comes with a juicy hamburger, adding ingredients like lobster and foie gras. It frequently wins ‘best’ awards for its unique combinations that are often not for the faint-hearted. Best of all, this burger joint is easy on the wallet – deals and loyalty cards for frequenters mean that this place is always very busy.

Shop D, 50–56 Paterson Street, Fashion Walk (Food Street), Causeway Bay, 2890 9130

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The Match Box

The brains behind Locomotive Vietnamese restaurant pay tribute to old Hong Kong with this retro-style café. The kitchen serves up all sorts of local comfort foods and has everything an old-school cha chaan teng would offer, from milk tea to ‘black cow’ ice cream floats.

Shop 2B, G/F, 8 Kingston Street, Fashion Walk (Entrance at Cleveland Street), Causeway Bay, 2868 0363

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