This year, the annual July 1st fireworks display promises to be even bigger as it will be Hong Kong's 15th anniversary of the establishment of the SAR.
To make sure you get one of the best views in the city when the fireworks start at 8pm, here are our top five picks on the best Hong Kong July 1st fireworks dinners:
1. Al fresco dining at Al Molo
Enjoy the fireworks outdoors at Al Molo who are offering a large spread of unlimited hot and cold appetisers including salad, cured meats, antipasti, truffle mushroom soup and spicy stewed eggplant.
The choices for the main course include two pastas (tagliatelle with bolognese ragu or sedanini with cream sauce) or risotto with wild mushrooms and black truffle or seabass, roasted hen and sliced U.S. sirloin.
While you only have one option for your main, that leaves you plenty of room to indulge on Al Molo's unlimited selection of traditional Italian desserts.
The buffet is priced at HK$668 per person (plus 10 percent service charge). Or, watch the fireworks from their outdoor terrace for just HK$250 with two standard drinks.
Al Molo, G/F, Ocean Terminal, Harbour City, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon, +852 2730 7900, www.diningconcepts.com.hk
2. Flashy fireworks meal at SEVVA
Trendy high-end SEVVA has two promotions to celebrate Hong Kong's 15th anniversary.
The first is an a la carte menu which includes a glass of Krug Grande Cuvee NV champagne and access to their terrace viewing of the fireworks display at 8pm with an accompanying signature deluxe degustation.
The signature deluxe degustation menu features dishes such as persimmon wrapped with Iberian ham, foie gras with onion marmalade on Poilane sourdough and "SEVVA Poori" (Indian nachos).
The second is a package without the a la carte menu that includes the fireworks viewing, glass of champagne and hors dóeuvres.
The a la carte package is priced at a minimum spending of HK$1,500 per person and the fireworks viewing package at HK$680 per person (plus 10 percent service charge).
SEVVA, 25/F, Prince's Building, 10 Chater Road, Central, +852 2537 1388, www.sevva.hk
3. Cantonese cuisine with a view at Tin Lung Heen
If you're looking for something more traditional consider Michelin-starred Cantonese fine dining restaurant Tin Lung Heen. Their Chef de Cuisine Paul Lau has created a special eight-course dinner for Hong Kong's 15th anniversary.
The special menu allows you to spoil yourself with dishes such as braised whole abalone in supreme abalone sauce and sauteed prawns with asparagus and black truffle.
They are also offering a special "Stay-cation" package which includes a one night-stay in a Harbour Island Room, six-course Chinese or three-course Italian in-room dining and a buffet breakfast for two at The Lounge and Bar.
The Tin Lung Heen eight-course menu is priced at HK$1,188 per person and the "Stay-cation" at $7,888 for two people (plus 10 percent service charge).
Tin Lung Heen, 102/F, The Ritz-Carlton Hong Kong, International Commerce Centre, 1 Austin Road West, Kowloon, +852 2263 2270 , www.ritzcarlton.com
4. French fireworks feast at SPOON by Alain Ducasse
Enjoy a two-Michelin star six course meal overlooking Victoria Harbour at the Intercontinental Hong Kong's SPOON by Alain Ducasse French restaurant.
The dinner will give you a luxurious set of contemporary French dishes such as a shrimp 'bouquet' with Oscietra caviar and reduced nage, foie gras and a chocolate-cherry pallet.
The six course menu is priced at HK$1,488 per person which can be accompanied by an additional wine pairing priced at HK$888 per person (plus 10 percent service charge).
If you're looking to just enjoy the fireworks display check out the InterContinental's Lobby Lounge, with live music from 6pm onwards. There will be a cover charge of HK$450 per person with two standard drinks (plus 10 percent service charge). Reservations are a must.
SPOON by Alain Ducasse, G/F, InterContinental Hong Kong, 18 Salisbury Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon, +852 2313 2323, hongkong-ic.intercontinental.com
5. Special fireworks dinner at Harlan's
At Harlan's Bar and Restaurant you will get a delicious six course dinner as you enjoy the fireworks display.
You'll start off with Balik salmon done in three ways and for the main course smoked U.S. Prime rib eye with spring vegetables and shallot red wine jus or baked spring chicken from Breese with wild asparagus and truffle butter sauce.
To finish, they leave it ambiguous with what they call a "Harlan's dessert surprise".
The six course meal is priced at HK$980 per person (plus 10 percent service charge) and served between 6pm and 10:30pm.
Harlan's Bar and Restaurant, 19/F, The ONE, 100 Nathan Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon, +852 2972 2222, www.jcgroup.hk