Sushi To by Harlan Goldstein

IMG_8230 Harlan Goldstein is quite a character around town, known mainly for his steakhouses, affinity to American cuisine and no-nonsense personality. He’s now trying his hand at Japanese cuisine with the opening of Sushi To, one of two of his restaurantsRead more

Quayside Harbour Front Restaurant & Bar

quayside hong kong Living in Hong Kong, we’re fortunate to be able to sit outside for the majority of the year - once we’ve acclimatised to the ridiculous humidity. That being said, I often struggle to think of restaurants that have a casual,Read more

Nicholini’s

IMG_8073 I have always heard good things about Nicholini’s at the Conrad, even to the point of hearing that it is considered one of the best Italian restaurants in town. It has recently appointed one Michelin-starred chef Luca de Berardinis, formerlyRead more

Upper Modern Bistro

upper modern bistro hong kong In the four years I’ve been back in Hong Kong, Sheung Wan has steadily grown to become a super trendy area, with cool new restaurants appearing on streets I barely knew existed before. One of these is Upper Modern Bistro,Read more

AMAZAKE

amazake hong kong If Hong Kong’s dining scene is huge, its nightlife scene is probably even bigger. Privé Group has taken both these things into consideration and brought us AMAZAKE, a crazy fun sake and izakaya bar in Central that replaces another ofRead more

Ho Lee Fook

ho lee fook hong kong When a restaurant comes along with the name Ho Lee Fook, you just know you have to try it. When you then hear that the chef behind it is Jowett Yu, of Mr Wong and Ms G’s in Sydney, evenRead more

Brunch at Aberdeen Street Social

IMG_7922 I’ve always been a fan of Jason Atherton’s 22 Ships and Ham & Sherry, both on Ship Street, yet I must admit I was getting a little bored of the Spanish (yet not so Spanish) theme. When I heard thatRead more

M Bar, Mandarin Oriental

m-bar-pisco-sour The Mandarin Oriental’s M Bar, perched up high on the 25th floor, with a beautiful view of the city skyline, is running a series of events and special promotions, with guest appearances from internationally renowned mixologists throughout the course ofRead more

Mama San

mama san hong kong Given Hong Kong’s easy connections with the whole of Southeast Asia and the fact that it is a melting pot of cultures and flavours, it isn’t difficult to find a wide range of Southeast Asian flavours across the city. ChefRead more

NOM

nom hong kong I don’t think there will ever come a time when there is not a new Italian restaurant opening somewhere in town; everyone loves Italian food so restaurateurs can feel safe in the knowledge that they will be making people happy.Read more