Before the Rooster Comes the Egg

before-the-rooster-comes-the-egg-hong-kong-catalunya-2 What came first, the rooster or the egg? As we prepare for the Year of the Rooster here in Hong Kong, several of the city’s most popular restaurants are celebrating in their own way – through a feast of eggs.Read more

Fish School

fish-school-hong-kong-charcoal_grilled_octopus_spicy A good meal often involves learning new things. Fish School, tucked away on Sai Ying Pun’s Third Street, is a collaboration between Yenn Wong of JIA Group (see Chachawan, Mak Mak, Aberdeen Street Social and Rhoda) and Hong Kong-born chefRead more

Bao Bei

bao bei hong kong Given the mix of cultures that make up Hong Kong, these days it’s quite rare to see a menu that doesn’t take influences from other cuisines. Newly opened Bao Bei on Wyndham Street aims to pay homage to Hong Kong’sRead more

Café Hong Kong

cafe hong kong cha chaan teng Hong Kong truly is a melting pot of flavours, and nowhere is this more evident than in a typical cha chaan teng, where eastern and western flavours seamlessly merge together. Café Hong Kong on Hollywood Road is the newest exampleRead more

Townhouse

townhouse hong kong gaia group When you have a particular cuisine with a "twist" of another, it can often be a hit or miss experience, as sometimes chefs get a little too carried away with trying to make things weird and wacky. It worked soRead more

Meen & Rice

meen and rice hong kong Now that summer is in full swing, The Pulse in Repulse Bay seems to be the place to be. It’s actually almost too hot to be on the beach, so people are taking refuge in the air conditioning of TheRead more

The Drunken Duck

the-drunken-duck-hong-kong-scotch-eggs-thai After two of its restaurants sadly closed last year, Enoteca Group has returned with a brand new concept on Staunton Street called The Drunken Duck. Whilst still maintaining the sharing ethos, The Drunken Duck offers British gastropub-style food with anRead more