People can enjoy both local and exotic flavors in Optics Valley, whether in romantic style western restaurants or at a quiet street corner. China’s Eight Great Cuisines, western food, and other exotic-flavored dishes cater to different tastes, as do various specialties on offer. Everyone can find his favorite flavor here.
Goya French Style Restaurant
The elegant and quiet Goya French Style Restaurant offers considerate service and various choices on its menu. All the bread and desserts are freshly prepared as ordered and its staple food is elaborately served. While the Formosa steak set meal is the restaurant’s most popular dish, none of the moderately priced and high-quality food will ever disappoint.
Bullibus, a new business developed by fashionable South Korean catering brand CaffeinBus, serves coffee, wine and western food in its culture workshop-like space, which is surrounded by cement walls with wood shelves. Bullibus’ feature is a skewer stacked with all kinds of food.
Kurahashike (Italian-style Street in Optics Valley)
Kurahashike may be a fair-price Japanese restaurant, but the taste and service are excellent. The Japanese style decoration and dishes like fried food or sashimi give people a taste of the real Japan. The fresh salmon sashimi with mustard is absolutely delicious. Various promotions let people enjoy delicate Japanese food with a good price-performance ratio.
Tsui Wah Restaurant
Tsui Wah, Hong Kong's only publicly listed chain tea restaurant, brought authentic Hong Kong cuisine to the Optics Valley. It is larger than any other Tsui Wah restaurant in Hong Kong. The Crispy Bun served with sweet condensed milk is Tsui Wah’s reinvention of a classic Hong Kong snack. Each freshly baked bun is richly coated with thick butter and condensed milk, giving it an irresistible taste that is crispy on the outside and soft inside. The Wenchang chicken is served with three kinds of dips, and the delicious shrimp wonton and tasty tarts wow customers with their authentic Hong Kong flavors.
Sanchuan Malafeng Restaurant
Sanchuan Malafeng Restaurant stands out from the Sichuan-cuisine restaurants in Wuhan with its generous portions, authentic flavor and high price-performance ratio. Its specials include Feiteng yu (boiled fish with bean sprouts in hot chili oil), rooster cooked with hot pepper, Maoxuewang (a spicy dish mainly made with duck blood) and sour soup with beef. The restaurant is ideal for intimate gatherings and dating.
Grandma's Home (or Waipojia)
Grandma’s Home, a famous chain restaurant in Hangzhou, came to the Optics Valley to answer customers’ calls for delicious local Zhejiang cuisine at affordable prices.
Old Street Barbecue
The Old Street Barbecue is a time-honored restaurant in Wuhan. Crowds regularly wait in a long queue at the restaurant gate as night falls. The Wuhan-style decoration and dishes, as well as the antique furniture, provide a casual and relaxing atmosphere. Lean pork, chicken feet, potato chips and baked buns are popular choices.
Seahood Restaurant is an American-style seafood restaurant decorated to look like a food factory. It has no everyday tableware like other restaurants. Most dishes are served in bags. The boiled shrimp, mussels and scallops are delicious and generous portions of the kabobs are mouthwatering. It’s a perfect place for a dinner party.