Brunch at Catch on Catchick

catch-on-catchick-french-toast After years of being considered far away from everywhere and a bit of a dead town, Kennedy Town is fast becoming one of the coolest areas to be these days, with new restaurants opening all over the place. It’s certainlyRead more

Rummin’ Tings

rummin-tings-hong-kong The Jamaican accent is one of my favourites. I have been known, upon discovering there was a Ben & Jerry’s flavour called ‘Jamaican Me Crazy’ to relentlessly speak in a Jamaican accent until I got distracted by actually eating the iceRead more

Sook and Eat Ethio Pop-Up Dinner

sook and eat ethic pop up dinner hong kong One of the things I love most about Hong Kong is that, if you look just a little bit further than the eye can see, you can find some really incredible events, created by seriously talented people with a tangibleRead more

The Woods

the woods hong kong bar When looking for a place to go for drinks, I often struggle to find somewhere new and exciting that isn’t just the same as any other bar. Any of the Wyndham Street bars is pretty interchangeable with the next. Before youRead more

Seasalt’s New Taco Menu!

seasalt fish and chips and taco bar hong kong About a year ago, during a time when Hongkongers were lamenting the lack of decent fish and chips in the city, Australian fish and chip shop Seasalt opened, ending the drought for Mid-Levels dwellers. Perhaps due to the excitement ofRead more

M Bar, Mandarin Oriental

m-bar-pisco-sour The Mandarin Oriental’s M Bar, perched up high on the 25th floor, with a beautiful view of the city skyline, is running a series of events and special promotions, with guest appearances from internationally renowned mixologists throughout the course ofRead more

Check-In Taipei

check in taipei hong kong Taipei is up there amongst the places that I am desperate to visit. I don’t know a lot about it, but every single person I speak to, knowing I love food as much as I do, tells me I absolutelyRead more

Indian Village, Peel Street

Indian Village Hong Kong When I’m craving Indian food but don’t want to venture far from my sofa, Indian Village on Mosque Street always fits the bill. It’s a family-run hole in the wall that always delivers on quality, good value traditional Indian dishes.Read more

António, Macau

antonio macau Whilst I have of course had some excellent meals at several hotel restaurants in Macau, on a recent visit, I wanted to experience more of the real Macau, or at least how it once would have been. António, a cuteRead more

The Nile

the nile hong kong The team behind Middle Eastern favourites Sahara and Le Souk are covering more Soho ground with the recent opening of The Nile, which replaces The Wheel on Hollywood Road (although, curiously, the old name still hangs boldly on the newlyRead more