Metropolitain

metropolitain hong kong   As predicted in my little food crawl of Sai Ying Pun (read it here), the area is continuing to expand, with more and more restaurants beginning to see the draw, particularly given the near-completion of the Centre Street escalator.Read more

Eastside Tavern

eastside tavern hong kong Shore Hospitality is on a roll at the moment. Not long after contracting tapas fever with the opening of Pico, the group has now brought us Eastside Tavern, a New York style gastropub and sports bar where patrons can ‘eat,Read more

Fatty Crab

img_4111 Hong Kong foodies cannot help but be drawn in by the latest fashionable restaurant brought over from New York or London. You all saw the excitement in the air when Boqueria and Motorino opened. Now we have Fatty Crab, anRead more

Che’s Cantonese Restaurant

che's cantonese restaurant hong kong   Despite not doing nearly enough reviews of it, dim sum is one of my favourite things in the world. Without a regular fix of dim sum in my life, I become irritable and suffer serious cravings that will notRead more

Motorino

motorino hong kong   There is not a foodie in town who was not excited about the opening of New York’s famed pizzeria, Motorino. Having been named “the city’s best pizza” by The New York Times, it’s not surprising that its opening hereRead more

Stone Nullah Tavern

stone nullah tavern hong kong     We are all aware of how good IHM (the group behind Posto Pubblico, Pizzeria Pubblico and Linguini Fini) is at making Italian food, successfully sending me home every time with a pasta/pizza-fuelled smile. Their new venture, Stone NullahRead more

Enomod

enomod hong kong **THIS RESTAURANT HAS NOW CLOSED** I had never really heard the term ‘social dining’ used before, yet, assuming, quite rightly, that it had to do with sharing, I knew it had ‘me’ written all over it. This is precisely theRead more

Lobster Bar and Grill

lobster bar and grill hong kong       At the Island Shangri-La’s Lobster Bar and Grill, the elegance and charm of this 20-odd year old restaurant is instantly apparent the moment you walk in. Given that obviously it specialises in seafood, and particularly lobster, theRead more

The Peak Lookout

the peak lookout hong kong   The Peak Lookout has always been one of my favourite spots in Hong Kong. There is something cosy and wonderful about the timeless, homely setting that keeps drawing people in, whether they are tourists, locals or expats. Once aRead more

Bistro du Vin

bistro du vin hong kong Despite the many trends that are blossoming all over town, French food can never be (and hopefully will never be) forgotten, especially when it’s done well, as it certainly is at Bistro du Vin. This cute little bistro on Davis Street in KennedyRead more