Seema’s Private Kitchen – From Africa to Asia

538849_569030648138_227700975_1953615_1828012215_n There are private kitchens and there are private kitchens. There are the kind that call themselves ‘private’ when really you’re sharing the space with a bunch of people you have never seen before and never wish to see again, andRead more

The Chinnery

screen-shot-2012-03-18-at-10-15-19 Dating back to 1963, The Mandarin Oriental hotel is one of the city’s most prominent landmarks, clearly not due to its size but due to its charm, its status, and its pure unyielding elegance. After undergoing inevitable renovations over time,Read more

ABC Kitchen

screen-shot-2012-03-17-at-16-36-20 Hong Kong is without a doubt a very funny place. Everywhere you look you’ll find a complete mish mash of cultures attempting, and succeeding, to coexist in the same location. What you perhaps won’t expect to find, though, is aRead more

Comilonas revisited

img_1163 I first went to Comilonas just weeks after it had opened its doors, and am happy to say that I believe I was the first food blogger to taste it and review it. I have now been twice since thenRead 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

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

Gong Guan

img_2497 [caption id="attachment_591" align="aligncenter" width="490"] Crystal fish roll[/caption] As much as I adore going out for dinner, there are times when going to crowded restaurants and being overcharged for mediocre food and poor service doesn’t appeal to me, and I’d much preferRead more

Mango Tree

img_2460   Having been to Mango Tree in Bangkok and absolutely loved it, upon hearing that it was adding to its repertoire of cities including London and Dubai by opening another branch in Hong Kong, I was desperate to try it.Read more