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

ALTO

alto-hong-kong-roasted-branzino Causeway Bay has got to be one of the most stressful areas of Hong Kong. It’s always inexplicably busy, even on weekdays, and people seem to go out of their way to walk directly into you from all angles. InRead more

An eating diary of New York City

new-york-restaurants-dim-sum-diaries There are two main reasons to visit New York: to eat, and to eat some more. Shopping fits onto the list somewhere, as does flying over the city seated on the floor of a helicopter with no doors with yourRead more

Rhoda

rhoda hong kong restaurant Anyone with any interest in Hong Kong’s dining scene will have heard the hype about Rhoda over the past few months. Former 22 Ships chef Nate Green has combined forces with wonder woman Yenn Wong of JIA Group (behind Chachawan,Read more

Porterhouse by Laris

porterhouse by laris hong kong Any restaurant in the relatively new and ever so swanky California Tower is guaranteed to be pretty special, even if only for the views from up high. Porterhouse by Laris, on the seventh floor of the building, is no exception.Read 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

Atelier Vivanda

atelier-vivanda-hong-kong-pommes-dauphines1 Meat and potatoes is not an uncommon theme amongst our city’s restaurants these days. Most have gone down the more traditional, simplistic route of steak and chips, or steak frites. Ship Street newcomer Atelier Vivanda, however, helmed by Two-Michelin-starred chefRead more