Twenty Six By Liberty

twenty six by liberty hong kong When I first heard that Liberty Private Works had closed, I was pretty taken aback, since this had been one of my all-time favourite restaurants and one I had recommended countless times to people looking for a special dining experience.Read more

SAAM

saam hong kong When I think back to my school days, the food is definitely not one of my fondest memories. At SAAM, a little restaurant on Graham Street that serves ‘global cuisine,’ the current menu in place is inspired by school food,Read more

CÉ LA VI

ce la vi hong kong Amongst the most anticipated openings of this year was the world-famous nightclub and restaurant group, KU DE TA. After keeping us waiting with bated breath for the better part of a year, the group, now owned by Asian private equityRead more

Mr & Mrs Fox

mr and mrs fox hong kong swire restaurants If you read my ‘sneak preview’ of Swire’s newest restaurant Mr & Mrs Fox, then you’ll know how excited I have been about this opening. If Swire’s existing restaurants (Café Gray Deluxe and The Continental, amongst others) are anything toRead more

ilLido Bali

il-lido-bali-wagyu-carpaccio Aside from the sunshine, beaches and shopping, one of the things I love most about Bali is the food. You can get everything from delicious and cheap Indonesian specialities, to international fine dining at a fraction of the price you’dRead more

Bungalow

bungalow hong kong prive group The thought of dining in a nightclub could seem rather strange to some. If you take into consideration , however, just how extortionate the rent on Wyndham Street must be, then you can begin to understand why Privé Group’s BungalowRead more

Mitte

mitte hong kong Have you ever sat down in a restaurant, perused the menu and then decided to walk out before giving it a chance? We were very close to doing exactly that last weekend at Mitte on Upper Station Street, but thankfullyRead more

Dine Art

dine art hong kong private kitchen Over recent years, I think it’s fair to say that Hongkongers have become more culture hungry, and art has therefore become much more of a ‘thing,’ with several significant art exhibitions throughout the year and art galleries opening up allRead more

Vasco

vasco-hong-kong-beef There certainly isn’t a shortage of Spanish restaurants in Hong Kong. Yet whilst most of these offer simple spreads of tapas for sharing, Vasco, the sister restaurant to Isono in PMQ, presents us with a fine dining tasting menu ofRead more