MANA! Fast Slow Food

dsc018351     The organic, slow food movement has taken the world by storm. Although Hong Kong has been pretty slow to jump on the bandwagon, little steps are being taken to catch up with the rest of the world and fulfill the growing demand for healthy, veganRead more

Yakitoritei

img_3537     Yakitori has been all the rage since Yardbird opened its doors last summer. I do love Yardbird (and even included it in my top 10 of 2011), yet having now finally tried Yakitoritei, I realise what all theRead more

Taco Chaca

photo-82   In general, tacos and Hong Kong can barely be put in the same sentence. Apart from Heirloom, which thankfully came to the rescue with its delicious palm-sized tacos, Hong Kong is home to far too many wannabe Mexican restaurantsRead 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

Davis

photo-1   For dinner on Wednesday night, we wanted to explore an area we had not ventured to before, somewhere easy to get to, relaxed and very casual. Davis in Kennedy Town ticked all these boxes. Run by a lovely couple calledRead more

Yue Kee Roasted Goose Restaurant

img_1822 In a land far, far away from the little bubble that is Hong Kong Island there is an age-old gem of a restaurant serving up the most delicious roast goose... Scrap that, as in fact, by public transport, it canRead more

Brat

brat1 As I do most mornings, yesterday, come 11 o clock (ok fine, 10 o clock), I started thinking about what I would like for lunch. I was in  one of those indecisive moods where I couldn't figure out exactly whatRead more

Shakey’s Pizza

I knew this place wasn't going to be amazing, but there was something about it that had been trying to draw me towards it for some time, not merely because this branch of the chain with other restaurants across North America, Mexico,Read more