Mercato

mercato-hong-kong-sundae When news of a three Michelin-starred chef opening a restaurant in Hong Kong comes out, you are torn between wanting to eat everything on the menu and wanting to keep a tight hold on your credit card. When the threeRead more

Rhoda

rhoda hong kong restaurant Anyone with any interest in Hong Kong’s dining scene will have heard the hype about Rhoda over the past few months. Former 22 Ships chef Nate Green has combined forces with wonder woman Yenn Wong of JIA Group (behind Chachawan,Read more

Amalfitana

amalfitana hong kong Now that summer is well and truly here, it is officially beach weather. Sadly, the beaches on Hong Kong island aren’t quite what you’d find in the Mediterranean, but Amalfitana, an artisan pizza bar, has just opened to bring aRead more

HOME – Eat to Live

home eat to live hong kong Despite the overindulgent lifestyle that many of us are guilty of enjoying here in Hong Kong, there continues to be a growing demand for healthy restaurants to counterbalance this. To cater to this demand, HOME – Eat to Live, aRead more

Supafood

supafood hong kong healthy takeaway As I’m sure you’ve all noticed, Hong Kong seems to be on a bit of a health kick these days, with more and more healthy restaurants opening all around us. Supafood is the latest concept behind the owners of LocofamaRead more

The Restaurant by The Kinnet

the restaurant by the kinnet hong kong Although there are more and more healthy eateries to be found in HK, most offer either takeaway or a very casual café-style vibe. Sheung Wan’s The Kinnet Café has recently rebranded to The Restaurant by The Kinnet, offering a brandRead more

Porterhouse by Laris

porterhouse by laris hong kong Any restaurant in the relatively new and ever so swanky California Tower is guaranteed to be pretty special, even if only for the views from up high. Porterhouse by Laris, on the seventh floor of the building, is no exception.Read more

Eatology

eatology hong kong We’re all guilty of becoming just a little bit lazy in Hong Kong. Often this laziness can creep into our diets, meaning we end up eating whatever is most convenient, without taking into consideration how healthy (or unhealthy) that mightRead more