Opened under the ZS Hospitality umbrella about a year ago, Miss Lee is loved not only for its healthy options but also for its photogenic, Wes Anderson-esque interior. Designed by JJ Acuna of Bespoke Studio, the space boasts a pastel color palette featuring hues of pink, yellow and green. Along with the aesthetic and modern atmosphere, you’ll find yourself devouring dishes inspired by traditional Cantonese food, including delectable options for vegans, vegetarians and flexitarians alike.
THIS PLACE IS PERFECT FOR: Anyone craving Chinese food but in need of healthy, plant-based options. Additionally, this restaurant features Insta-ready aesthetics with its pastel-colored walls and decorations.
WHAT YOU SHOULD ORDER: We opted for the three-course lunch ($168 HKD, approximately $22 USD) with the addition of an à la carte menu and drinks. The meal began with Misty Veil featuring sheets of flat noodles laid on top of shredded king oyster mushroom, as well as Flower Bouquet, a wrap filled with cabbage, carrot, beetroot, shiitake mushroom and pickled cucumber. Both dishes were perfect as appetizers, boasting crunchy textures and served with a homemade sesame dressing.
OUR FAVORITE DRINK: Some of our top picks from the drinks menu include Tropical Passion, a mixed juice of carrot, pineapple, passion fruit and turmeric, as well as Can’t Beet, an apple, beetroot, lemon and ginger juice. Both are priced at $25 HKD (approximately $3 USD).
Miss Lee at The Wellington, 198 Wellington St. Central, Hong Kong