Above & Beyond

above-and-beyond-hong-kong-wagyu-beef-with-wasabi-2 Given that its name is Above & Beyond, you can’t help but think that Hotel ICON’s Cantonese restaurant must either have amazing views, or amazing food. As it turns out, it has both. Perched on the 28th floor of HotelRead more

Rafa’s Private Kitchen at Ozone

ozone-hong-kong-rafas-private-kitchen-raspberry-mascarpone-sable-2 When most people think of Ozone at the Ritz Carlton Hong Kong, they think of it as a place to go for cocktails to admire the incredible view from the highest bar in the world. Until recently, I didn’t evenRead more

Arcane’s Meat-Free Monday Menu

arcane-hong-kong-vegetarian-japanese-winter-tomato-2 Arcane was one of the first restaurants I visited last year (see previous review here) and, despite it being only February and still having 11 months of reviewing restaurants before the end of the year, it was so delicious thatRead more

Biorna Quantics

biorna-quantics-hong-kong-ostrich-sweet-potato-mash Generally speaking, being a chef and being health-conscious don’t often go hand in hand, unless we’re talking about a chef at a restaurant that specialises in healthy food. In this instance, we’re not; we’re talking about Chef Mike Boyle, whoRead 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

El Nudo – an Argentinian private kitchen

el-nudo-private-kitchen-hong-kong-steak-on-bbq-1 Private kitchens are something you don’t hear of quite as frequently as you used to in Hong Kong. They are, however, if you look for them, still around and can be found in the most unlikely of places, but perhapsRead more

Chez Ed

chez-ed-hong-kong-uni-maguro-2 Remember the time I reviewed Chef Studio by Eddy and was blown away by Chef Eddy’s genuinely lovely personality and delicious cooking? After years of satisfying hungry customers in a hard to find industrial building in Wong Chuk Hang, ChefRead 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

Ee Da Le

ee-da-le-hong-kong If you haven’t heard of Harlan Goldstein, you must have been walking around wearing a blindfold and ear plugs. After a short break from the dining scene, this larger-than-life New Yorker, who claims to be “Hong Kong’s number one celebrityRead more