10 Intimate and Unique Restaurant Wedding Banquet Venues in Hong Kong

Pre-pandemic weddings were usually always grand events with hundreds of guests making their way from all over the globe to the celebration. But when the COVID-19 pandemic hit in 2020, couples had to drastically change plans and opt for smaller weddings with few guests to ensure that the celebration would be safe. This gave rise to weddings with a guest count ranging from 20 to 50 held in restaurants instead of large venues for the banquet.

Today, even with the pandemic over, many couples still do consider smaller, more intimate celebrations that allow them to engage with each and every guest. So with this in mind, we looked for some restaurants in Hong Kong that would be fitting for this purpose. Here’s a list of 10 restaurant venues to house a post-wedding meal or party with your nearest and dearest.

(1) Pondside

Looking for an intimate place to escape to? Pondside is a hidden oasis in the middle of the city. Tucked inside Hong Kong Park, Pondside comes with a relaxing view and a lot of greens which will fill your wedding with a romantic and relaxing vibe.

[Photos from Pondside]

(2) Aqua Luna

Aqua Luna is a beautiful restaurant set aboard a traditional Chinese junk boat. It provides a unique and picturesque venue for an intimate wedding celebration. Taking your guests here will also be a novel experience that they will surely enjoy and remember.


[Photos: @sungwon.foto@annasalenkoart⁠]

(3) Sevva

With its rooftop terrace offering panoramic views of the city, Sevva provides a luxurious setting for weddings and is known for its fine dining and elegant ambiance.

[Photos from Sevva]

(4) Zuma

Zuma is a renowned contemporary Japanese restaurant that offers a chic and intimate space for a smaller wedding party. The exquisite menu will have your guests remembering everything about your gathering and the restaurant’s interiors are more than enough to elevate the entire experience altogether.

[Photos: Zuma HK]

(5) The Hideout

As their Instagram bio says, this place is the ultimate blend of peace and calm. So if you’re looking for a simple celebration that is laid back and serene, The Hideout will deliver the experience you’re looking for. Moreover, the Hideout also serves field-to-fork meals supporting local communities and ensuring only the freshest food.

[Photos from The Hideout]

(6) Above & Beyond at Hotel ICON

Located in Tsim Sha Tsui, this restaurant boasts stunning views of Victoria Harbour and the Hong Kong skyline. It’s known for its exquisite Cantonese cuisine and elegant setting. With only a handful of guests, you can definitely go for a more luxurious dining experience on your special day.

[Photos from Above & Beyond]

(7) The Sky Lounge at The Upper House

Positioned atop The Upper House hotel, this rooftop venue offers panoramic views of Hong Kong Island. It’s an intimate and sophisticated space for smaller weddings. Since The Upper House has stunning contemporary interiors, this space will be extra fitting for a modern-themed wedding.

[Photos from The Upper House]

(8) Hutong 

Situated in Tsim Sha Tsui with breathtaking views of the Hong Kong skyline, Hutong offers a chic and contemporary setting, making it an excellent choice for modern couples. Here the city lights will surround you can your family and friends while enjoying the restaurant’s delicious Chinese cuisine.

[Photos from Hutong]

(9) Mott 32 

If you’re looking for a trendy and luxurious setting, Mott 32 is a contemporary Chinese restaurant located in Central with a stylish and intimate atmosphere. We love that the entire vibe and look of the restaurant is inspired by oriental influences but with a modern twist.

[Photos from Mott 32]

(10) Dragon-i,

For all the couples that love to party, this upscale venue is perfect for a modern wedding afterparty. Dragon-i is a stylish nightclub and restaurant known for its vibrant atmosphere and contemporary cuisine. Host a dinner then dance the night away to celebrate your new life as Mr and Mrs at Dragon-i.

[Photos: @unclefoodmap, Dragon-i]

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