Juhu Beach Club

juhu beach club hong kong Being the melting pot of cultures that Hong Kong is, these days it’s getting harder to find restaurants that specialise in one specific cuisine, without the influence of a completely different cuisine sneaking in. The latest example is Juhu BeachRead more

Quest by Que – Nostalgic Comfort Food

quest by que hong kong Almost exactly a year after first being blown away by Quest by Que (see previous review here), we finally got round to returning and sampled another of Chef Que Vinh Dang’s fantastic tasting menus. This time, in line with the bitterlyRead more

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

Bao Bei

bao bei hong kong Given the mix of cultures that make up Hong Kong, these days it’s quite rare to see a menu that doesn’t take influences from other cuisines. Newly opened Bao Bei on Wyndham Street aims to pay homage to Hong Kong’sRead more

Olive’s Tagine Nights

olive-hong-kong-tagine-nights Given the pace at which restaurants open and close in this city, not many Soho restaurants can say they’ve stood strong for over a decade. Dining Concepts’ Olive, however, can proudly say that it is well into its 11th yearRead more

Café Hong Kong

cafe hong kong cha chaan teng Hong Kong truly is a melting pot of flavours, and nowhere is this more evident than in a typical cha chaan teng, where eastern and western flavours seamlessly merge together. Café Hong Kong on Hollywood Road is the newest exampleRead more

Top 10 of 2015 – Shortlist – Vote now!

twenty six by liberty hong kong As we get closer to the end of the year, it’s time to reflect on all the delicious restaurants I’ve eaten at this year and pick out the best ones. Last year, if you remember, I compiled a shortlist ofRead more