The Yuu

photo-47 I was, until last night, a Knutsford Terrace virgin. As I’ve mentioned before, In Hong Kong it is far too easy to think of a trip across the water to ‘the dark side’ as awfully far away, a real hassle,Read more

Linguini Fini

photo-40 Being a big fan of Todd Darling and Robert Spina’s Posto Pubblico and Cantopop, I had wanted to try Linguini Fini from the moment I heard it was due to open in L place. Unfortunately, the timing of their openingRead more

Lupita, London

photo-36 On Wednesday evening, I ventured to London to see some wonderful friends from University and our original plan was to go to Wagamama for dinner. (I have been back in England for over a week and had still not yetRead more

Comilonas

            Comilonas is an exciting brand new private kitchen which opened just under a month ago in Sai Wan, near Kennedy Town. Serving traditional and wholesome Catalan-style tapas at an affordable rate, Comilonas sets itself aside from many ofRead more

Ista Bar and Grill

photo-32 Ista, at the lower end of Wyndham Street, serves up 'Indian tapas' amongst other things. It is a higher-end Indian restaurant with cream leather armchairs and a casual-chic ambiance. Growing up with a father who always asks for his curries "extraRead more

Slim Taste

photo-30 Slim Taste, in my favourite building on Stanley Street with all the restaurants (3 more to go until I've done them all!) is one of a kind. Everything, and I mean literally everything in the restaurant is made of paperRead more

Limehouse

photo-18 Fairly hidden away on the pedestrianised side of Ship Street in Wan Chai you will find this sweet little restaurant. Limehouse looks, from the outside, like a tiny little house you would perhaps find up a side street in BrightonRead more

Gyotaku

photo-17 Yet another restaurant in the amazing building on Stanley Street which I often refer to (I am slowly completing my task of trying them all – I think I have perhaps another 3 or 4 to go. Any takers toRead more

The Night Market

nightmarket22 I'm afraid this post goes slightly against my plan to only try out restaurants I have never previously visited. There is a reason for this, however: every Lent, I like to challenge myself by giving up something (food related ofRead more

Bouchon Bistro Français

bouchon1 Another fairly newcomer to Elgin Street, Bouchon Bistro Français opened in January this year. From the outside, it looks like your typical French bistro, but once you get inside, this is even more apparent; with an array of vintage FrenchRead more