Chotto Maki

chotto-maki-hong-kong-teriyaki-chicken-roll-2 When browsing through the lanes in Central looking for some kind of fancy dress accessories, as we do all too often in Hong Kong, I came across Chotto Maki, a brand-new grab and go sushi place. It caught my eye,Read more

Top 10 Restaurants of 2017!

tokyolima-hong-kong-sticks-sake Happy new year, fellow food lovers of Hong Kong! They say that as you get older, time passes by even quicker. In 2017, the year in which I turned 30, I may as well have turned 70, as it wasRead more

Yardbird has moved to a new, much bigger home!

yardbird-hong-kong-chicken-meatballs-2 It would be fair to say that the restaurant scene in Hong Kong is heavily influenced by dining trends from around the world, trends that often make a restaurant extremely popular in the beginning, until it is replaced by theRead more

Fang Fang’s Sin-Tok-Ho Set Lunch Menu

fang-fang-hong-kong-set-lunch-1 Having been mightily impressed by new pan-Asian restaurant Fang Fang when I reviewed the dinner menu in July, I was very excited to try its newly-launched Sin-Tok-Ho set lunch menu to see if Fang Fang, the ‘mesmerising opera star’, couldRead more

Fang Fang

fang-fang-hong-kong-cocktails-omikuji-girl Hong Kong’s restaurateurs seem to continuously think up creative stories behind their concepts to personify the name – think Dr. Fern’s Gin Parlour, Mrs. Pound or Missy Ho’s. The latest restaurant to join LKF Tower, Fang Fang, is named afterRead more

Uma Nota

uma-nota-hong-kong-coxinhas-de-frango-2 It took a while for Hong Kong to grasp the idea of South American cuisine combined with Japanese flavours, but now that it has, this concept is appearing everywhere! First there was Djapa, then TokyoLima, and now we have Uma Nota,Read more

Okra’s Set Lunch Menu

okra-kitchen-hong-kong-interior-mural You wouldn’t automatically connect a chef from New Orleans with a Japanese restaurant. Chef Max Levy, however, has been working in sushi restaurants from New York to Tokyo. His popular sushi and cocktail bar in Beijing, Okra 1949, opened itsRead more

TokyoLima

tokyolima-hong-kong-sticks-sake I was pretty devastated when Hong Kong lost its only Peruvian restaurant last year, particularly during those times, of which there were many, when all I wanted was an authentic Peruvian Pisco Sour. So when I heard that Pirata GroupRead more