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

Beef & Liberty in California Tower

beef-and-liberty-hong-kong-bacon-cheese-burger Earlier this year I enjoyed one of the best meals I have ever had at the Mandarin Grill + Bar prepared by fellow Crossfitter and awesome chef Uwe Opocensky. Fast forward a few months and Chef Uwe has switched upRead more

Cocotte’s New Lunch Menu

cocotte-hong-kong-interior-wallpaper I reviewed Cocotte when it first opened a little over two years ago (read previous review here) and was very impressed by its humble yet hearty French cuisine and the friendly attitude of the owners, brothers Brice and Jonathan Moldovan.Read more

ALTO

alto-hong-kong-roasted-branzino Causeway Bay has got to be one of the most stressful areas of Hong Kong. It’s always inexplicably busy, even on weekdays, and people seem to go out of their way to walk directly into you from all angles. InRead more

Chez Ed

chez-ed-hong-kong-uni-maguro-2 Remember the time I reviewed Chef Studio by Eddy and was blown away by Chef Eddy’s genuinely lovely personality and delicious cooking? After years of satisfying hungry customers in a hard to find industrial building in Wong Chuk Hang, ChefRead more

An eating diary of New York City

new-york-restaurants-dim-sum-diaries There are two main reasons to visit New York: to eat, and to eat some more. Shopping fits onto the list somewhere, as does flying over the city seated on the floor of a helicopter with no doors with yourRead more

The Elephas

the-elephas-hong-kong Every time a healthy restaurant opens in this city, there are doubtless scores of sceptics who wonder when this fad will end. I think it’s safe to say that healthy eating is not just a phase, but a conscious decisionRead more

Ee Da Le

ee-da-le-hong-kong If you haven’t heard of Harlan Goldstein, you must have been walking around wearing a blindfold and ear plugs. After a short break from the dining scene, this larger-than-life New Yorker, who claims to be “Hong Kong’s number one celebrityRead more