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

Masalas & Olives

masalas-and-olives-hong-kong-nut-cheese-2 As much as I enjoy a good vegetable, it would be near impossible for me to become vegan, as there are just too many delicious things that I would miss. There are, however, in my opinion, two chefs in HongRead more

The Envoy’s New Colonial-Inspired Small Plates

the-envoy-hong-kong-bangers-and-mash-2 The Envoy at The Pottinger Hotel has always been a popular drinking spot for the after-work crowds, particularly due to its beautiful and spacious outdoor terrace. It has now also revamped its food menu to offer “colonial-inspired” small plates toRead more

BlackSalt

blacksalt-hong-kong-fish-cakes-2 As much as I love eating out in Hong Kong, I do get a little bit fed up with how expensive Hong Kong restaurants are, especially when I convert it back into pounds (yes, I still do this after sevenRead more

Top 10 restaurants of 2016 – Final List!

best-restaurants-hong-kong-2016 Happy new year! I’m still getting my head around the fact that it’s now 2017 and yet another year has whizzed past! Wasn’t it 1999 just the other day?! 2016 wasn’t just any old year though – it was aRead more

Vote for your favourite restaurant of 2016!

hong-kong-best-restaurants-2016-vote-now Yet another year is coming to an end. Possibly due to the fact that this last year has been a pretty important one for me, it has completely whizzed by and I suddenly realised it’s time to start rounding upRead more

Mak Mak’s new Thai brunch!

mak-mak-hong-kong-brunch-cocktails-2 It is abundantly clear how much this city likes to eat. If we don’t eat enough during the week, we more than make up for it on the weekends by attending one of the numerous free-flow, all-you-can-eat brunches around town,Read more

Fish School

fish-school-hong-kong-charcoal_grilled_octopus_spicy A good meal often involves learning new things. Fish School, tucked away on Sai Ying Pun’s Third Street, is a collaboration between Yenn Wong of JIA Group (see Chachawan, Mak Mak, Aberdeen Street Social and Rhoda) and Hong Kong-born chefRead more

My Tai Tai

my-tai-tai-hong-kong-green-papaya-salad-2 Less than a month after “Hong Kong’s number one celebrity chef” Harlan Goldstein resurfaced with the opening of Ee Da Le, he has now opened another new venture, My Tai Tai; as I said before, for a larger than lifeRead more