NOSH by Secret Ingredient

nosh by secret ingredient hong kong Secret Ingredient launched in Hong Kong almost five years ago and made gourmet chefs out of the most amateur cooks. After its “cooking by letters” system proved so popular, the company has now opened a sub business, NOSH by SecretRead more

Verde Mar

verde mar hong kong Ask any Mexican which is their favourite Mexican restaurant in Hong Kong and they will most likely answer that there are none that are worthy of this vote. Yet, every time a new one opens, it claims to serve “authenticRead more

Top 10 Restaurants of 2015 – Final List!

top 10 restaurants 2015 hong kong Happy New Year everyone! Yet again I am baffled at how another year could have flown past so quickly! They say time goes faster as you get older, which isn’t very fair, since it means you get older even quicker!Read more

Braza

braza hong kong churrascaria I think it’s fair to say that Hong Kong likes to eat. Make it an all-you-can-eat deal and we’re all over it. I find it quite surprising, therefore, that there has never been a Brazilian ‘churrascaria’ on the island. UntilRead more

Sunday’s Grocery

sundays grocery hong kong We have recently discovered yet another good thing about living near Kennedy Town: Sunday’s Grocery. I don’t know how it took us so long to finally try it, but since then we have been making up for lost time andRead more

El Loco Gringo

el loco gringo hong kong If you’ve been to Missy Ho’s in Kennedy Town, you’ll know what I mean when I say that it is possible for Castelo Concepts restaurants to break away from the cookie cutter mould. Co-owner Persi has yet again worked hisRead more

TaKorea

takorea hong kong A short while ago, Korean food could only be enjoyed in one of those barbecue joints where you cook your own food and walk out reeking of it. Now, however, Korean dishes with a modern twist seems to be theRead more

XOCO

xoco-hong-kong-exterior Once the quiet, purely residential area, Mid-Levels has seen a number of restaurants opening over the past few years, giving it more of a villagey feel. Mosque Street, in particular, now has a row of little restaurants and takeaway spots,Read more