Hong Kong is a city that boasts a flavourful mix of sorts and a place of contrasts. Just like its neighbours, Mong Kok and Tsim Sha Tsui, the bustling neighbourhood of Jordan is a microcosm of this intertwining blend of the city's history, culture and lifestyle. Here, you'll find older residential high-rises together with office buildings, street markets, hotels and a number of small shops.
Often overshadowed by its more popular neighbours, Jordan is the go-to place to explore if you're looking to try something new and wanting to see the close-knit community of the people living there. This district boasts a diverse cultural enclave together with a number of prominent hotels, noteworthy places, dining options and a vibrant street market.
To help you spend the day exploring Jordan, we're break down where you can grab a bite, sip your favourite cocktail and what to do.
Where To Eat And Drink
Yat Tung Heen
Yat Tung Heen is a one Michelin-starred restaurant serving classic Cantonese cuisine. An internationally renowned dining establishment led by chef Tam Tung, it offers an exquisite dining experience here in Hong Kong. The interiors are set in an elegantly-designed setting complete with a moody atmosphere inspired by 1920s Shanghai taverns.
Popular with locals and tourists alike, the restaurant places great importance on the freshness of its ingredients as well as the flavours of the dishes. Recommended items include the barbecued whole suckling pig where you can enjoy the crispy exterior contrasting with its juicy tender meat, the Mandarin rolls with truffle sauce and the pan-fried chicken with chilli sauce.
B2, Eaton, Hong Kong, 380 Nathan Road, Jordan, Hong Kong, +852 2710 1093, yattungheen.com