Mano Café

mano cafe hong kong In its short lifetime, the ground floor space of The L. Place has seen more restaurants come and go than I can count. The last three have kept the same name, whilst offering rather different concepts. However, this time, itRead more

Townhouse

townhouse hong kong gaia group When you have a particular cuisine with a "twist" of another, it can often be a hit or miss experience, as sometimes chefs get a little too carried away with trying to make things weird and wacky. It worked soRead more

Healthy Prawn Laksa Recipe

healthy prawn laksa recipe I spotted this recipe when leafing through my current favourite cookbook, The Art of Eating Well by Hemsley + Hemsley. I put it on the list of things to make on a rainy day, and then came across a newRead more

The Drunken Duck

the-drunken-duck-hong-kong-scotch-eggs-thai After two of its restaurants sadly closed last year, Enoteca Group has returned with a brand new concept on Staunton Street called The Drunken Duck. Whilst still maintaining the sharing ethos, The Drunken Duck offers British gastropub-style food with anRead more

Ayuthaiya’s Sunday Brunch

ayuthaiya sunday brunch hong kong Gorging on a buffet brunch with free-flow drinks must be one of the most popular Sunday pastimes in Hong Kong. Although we complain about the cost of groceries in HK supermarkets, spending hundreds of dollars on some food and bubblesRead more

Soi 7

soi 7 thai restaurant hong kong If I had to narrow down all the cuisines of the world and pick a favourite, Thai food would most definitely be in the running. The fresh, balanced flavours never cease to impress me and satisfy my cravings, needless toRead more

Quest by Que

quest-by-que-hong-kong-rice-paper-roll I was a big fan of private kitchen TBLS on Hollywood Road, so was very excited to hear that chef Que Vinh Dang had recently opened his eponymous restaurant, Quest by Que on Hennessy Road. Operating as an actual restaurant,Read more

Mrs. Pound

mrs-pound-hong-kong-rendang-bao We all know by now that in this city it’s necessary to look beyond what the eye can see to find some real treasures. There are beautiful private kitchens tucked inside hideous factory buildings; there are quirky bars hidden behindRead more

Eating Our Way Around Hanoi

hanoi street food At only an hour and a half flight from Hong Kong, Hanoi is easy to get to for a weekend trip and far cheaper than flying to Thailand or Bali. If time was on our side, I would have likedRead more

AMAZAKE

amazake hong kong If Hong Kong’s dining scene is huge, its nightlife scene is probably even bigger. Privé Group has taken both these things into consideration and brought us AMAZAKE, a crazy fun sake and izakaya bar in Central that replaces another ofRead more