Edition

edition hong kong In this city, when a trend starts to take shape, we certainly all know about it. If you’ve noticed the multiple “Korean” restaurants that are appearing around town (Moyo, TaKorea and U-Hang for example), you might have noticed that there’sRead more

The Drunken Duck

the-drunken-duck-hong-kong-scotch-eggs-thai After two of its restaurants sadly closed last year, Enoteca Group has returned with a brand new concept on Staunton Street called The Drunken Duck. Whilst still maintaining the sharing ethos, The Drunken Duck offers British gastropub-style food with anRead more

TaKorea

takorea hong kong A short while ago, Korean food could only be enjoyed in one of those barbecue joints where you cook your own food and walk out reeking of it. Now, however, Korean dishes with a modern twist seems to be theRead 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

Toritama

toritama hong kong As much as I appreciate fine dining, there’s something about the simplicity of meat on sticks and watching it all sizzling right in front of you that gets my taste buds tingling. Toritama, Tokyo’s famous and ‘most authentic neighbourhood yakitoriRead more

The Pierside

the pierside hong kong With the recent opening of the new MTR station, Kennedy Town continues to grow as a foodie destination. Most newcomers these days focus on bringing something funky and hip to the neighbourhood and making a big splash. Others, such asRead more

The Popsy Room

the-popsy-room-hong-kong-zai-zai Foodies of 2015 are much more difficult to impress than they used to be. No longer can a chef just slap some food on a plate and expect to wow foodies; presentation, these days, is almost as important as taste,Read more

Paleo Hot Cross Buns Recipe

paleo hot cross buns recipe It’s almost Easter, I’m still off the sugar, and I keep seeing delicious looking Easter treats everywhere I turn. Easter eggs, chocolate bunnies and every kind of hot cross bun imaginable. Although there are only a few days left untilRead more

TeaCha Tea

teacha tea hong kong Since I’m not a coffee drinker, and the occasional cup of coffee I have had hasn’t had an agreeable effect on me, I tend to think that I can’t have any form of caffeine and therefore stick to only herbalRead more

Ayuthaiya’s Sunday Brunch

ayuthaiya sunday brunch hong kong Gorging on a buffet brunch with free-flow drinks must be one of the most popular Sunday pastimes in Hong Kong. Although we complain about the cost of groceries in HK supermarkets, spending hundreds of dollars on some food and bubblesRead more