For a neighbourhood that was once known for its coffin shops more than its coffee shops, Sheung Wan has quickly transformed into one of Hong Kong's hippest neighbourhoods and formed a melting pot of old and new, East and West.
Where to eat in Sheung Wan
Tucked away in one of the corners of Gough Street, Bedu delights with some of Hong Kong's best Middle Eastern fare. The restaurant wraps around an open kitchen with a bar where smaller parties can watch the chefs at work while enjoying their meal. The restaurant is the perfect place to catch up with friends, not only because you can actually hear each other talk but because Bedu is known for its shareable small plates inspired by the nomadic wanderings of the Bedouin tribes.
Some of the signature dishes are the smoked hummus, the beetroot and mint labneh and the charred broccoli with crispy kale, chilli, and zhoug.
Bedu, 40 Gough Street, Sheung Wan, +852 2320 4450; bedurestaurant.com