Sunday’s Grocery

sundays grocery hong kong We have recently discovered yet another good thing about living near Kennedy Town: Sunday’s Grocery. I don’t know how it took us so long to finally try it, but since then we have been making up for lost time andRead more

Mano Café

mano cafe hong kong In its short lifetime, the ground floor space of The L. Place has seen more restaurants come and go than I can count. The last three have kept the same name, whilst offering rather different concepts. However, this time, itRead more

The Walrus

the walrus hong kong oyster bar There are people who love oysters, people who hate oysters, and people who are somewhere in the middle. Until I visited The Walrus, I’d say I was one of those in-betweeners; I’d eat them if they were put in frontRead more

Meen & Rice

meen and rice hong kong Now that summer is in full swing, The Pulse in Repulse Bay seems to be the place to be. It’s actually almost too hot to be on the beach, so people are taking refuge in the air conditioning of TheRead more

Hotshot (Takeaway)

hotshot hong kong On a sunny day, a trip to the beach usually involves eating a “light” lunch, for fear of being confused with a beached whale. On a rainy, miserable day, it doesn’t matter, since you won’t catch me sunbathing anyway. ARead 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

Brew Bros

brew bros hong kong Given that breakfast during the week consists of Greek yoghurt and muesli, on weekends, we tend to go in search of something a little heartier, particularly if we’ve just done a decent workout. Brew Bros, on Sheung Wan’s Hillier Street,Read more

Flaming Frango

flaming-frango-hong-kong-piri-piri-chicken If there’s one thing I’ve learnt through my many dining experiences in Hong Kong, it’s that you should never judge a restaurant based on its appearance. I had walked past new Staunton Street eatery Flaming Frango a number of timesRead more

SAMA

sama-curry-hong-kong-facade The ability to tolerate (and enjoy) spicy food inevitably brings with it a fair bit of arrogance. We all know that if we’re able to scoff an entire chilli without wincing, whilst our friend sweats buckets and cries, we’re boundRead more