se sa me

screen-shot-2012-03-04-at-15-23-15 ** CLOSED DOWN** Mark Cholewka and Cathal Kiely, the guys behind successful restaurant and bar Shore in L Place, have opened up another venture. se sa me, also in L Place, just one floor below Shore, serves delicious ‘Japanasian’ cuisineRead more

Alfie’s by KEE

screen-shot-2012-02-23-at-22-11-18 With all the delicious varieties of cuisines on offer in Hong Kong, sometimes I just crave classic, hearty British dishes. British food would never be my go-to food. Give me Thai, Chinese, Italian or pretty much anything else. But thereRead more

Amo Eno

Amo Eno Wine Bar IFC Hong Kong Hong Kong has wine bars galore. You will rarely catch me in one of the city’s pretentious yet tacky nightclubs, but show me a lovely wine or cocktail bar and I’m there. As far as wine bars go, Amo EnoRead more

Liberty Private Works

img_3120 Everyone is talking about Liberty Private Works. It’s one of those elusive restaurants where no matter how hard you try to get a booking, it always seems just that little bit out of reach. I have nearly been twice before,Read more

Harvey Nichols Valentine’s Menu

img_2793 Christmas is over, presents have been distributed, and somehow it’s already nearly February. Which means, of course, for those lucky (or unlucky, depending how you look at it) to be in a relationship, presents must be bought all over again andRead more

Pho Yummee

pho-yummee-interior I have not been inside The Peak Galleria since at least nine years ago when we used to live up on The Peak. Back then there was hardly anything of note in there except Café Deco and perhaps a coupleRead more

Ta Pantry

img_2755 Very few of us are fortunate enough to have the space in our Hong Kong apartments to host a dinner party for ten guests. Fortunately private kitchens abound and I’m on a mission to try them all. Ta Pantry, aRead more

Heirloom Eatery

img_2521 ** CLOSED DOWN** Often when such a big hype is made about a new restaurant, you create this unrealistically amazing image of it in your head, that when you actually get round to trying it, you’re terribly disappointed. Fortunately suchRead more

Brasserie de L’ile

brasserie   ** CLOSED DOWN ** Being an obsessive foodie, part of the draw to Hong Kong is its never-ending array of restaurants with cuisines from all over the world. Generally speaking, about 50% of these restaurants get everything just right,Read more