NOM’s New Brunch Menu

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The Optimist

the optimist hong kong Unless you’ve been hiding all summer, you’ve no doubt heard the hype about the opening of new Northern Spanish restaurant, The Optimist. Brought to us by Christian Talpo and Manuel Palacio, the same duo behind popular Italian restaurant Pirata, TheRead more

Lily & Bloom’s Set Lunch Menu

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Portland, London

portland london On a recent fleeting trip back to England, I managed to squeeze in a single review, making sure it was somewhere truly British. Portland, unsurprisingly located on Great Portland Street, opened less than a year ago, and has already beenRead more

Twenty Six By Liberty

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SAAM

saam hong kong When I think back to my school days, the food is definitely not one of my fondest memories. At SAAM, a little restaurant on Graham Street that serves ‘global cuisine,’ the current menu in place is inspired by school food,Read more

Atelier Vivanda

atelier-vivanda-hong-kong-pommes-dauphines1 Meat and potatoes is not an uncommon theme amongst our city’s restaurants these days. Most have gone down the more traditional, simplistic route of steak and chips, or steak frites. Ship Street newcomer Atelier Vivanda, however, helmed by Two-Michelin-starred chefRead more

The Kinnet Café

the kinnet cafe hong kong Hong Kong’s growing interest in health and wellness inspired the opening of The Kinnet, a wellness centre in Sheung Wan that describes itself as an 'active ageing centre'. On the third floor of this wellness centre, you’ll find The KinnetRead more

Comptoir

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Mr & Mrs Fox

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