tallore soup hong kong

Wan Chai is fast becoming a foodie’s paradise, with tasty little restaurants cropping up all over the place. One of the latest to join the throng is Tallore, which prides itself on being the first Belgian soup kitchen in Hong Kong. Other than chocolate, waffles and moules frites, I must say I don’t know a lot about Belgian cuisine. Tallore’s owner Stijn, who hails from Belgium, claims that soup kitchens are a common sight on the streets of Belgium, where ...
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wilbur's hong kong

As I’ve mentioned previously, Castelo Concepts restaurants are, for me, little more than a safe bet. You know that the quality of ingredients will be decent, the menu (which is often enormous) is bound to have at least one or two things you’ll like, and it won’t cost you and arm and a leg. And yet you know not to expect anything Michelin star worthy. The group has been expanding rapidly recently, with plenty more tricks up their sleeve in ...
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Mama San

mama san hong kong

Given Hong Kong’s easy connections with the whole of Southeast Asia and the fact that it is a melting pot of cultures and flavours, it isn’t difficult to find a wide range of Southeast Asian flavours across the city. Chef Will Meyrick, famous in Bali for his restaurants Sarong and Mama San, as well as E&O in Jakarta, has just teamed up with Dining Concepts to launch a second branch of Mama San on our very own Wyndham Street. Mama ...
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nom hong kong

I don’t think there will ever come a time when there is not a new Italian restaurant opening somewhere in town; everyone loves Italian food so restaurateurs can feel safe in the knowledge that they will be making people happy. It is, however, still vital to offer something different from all the many Italian restaurants around town, and that is exactly what NOM has done. NOM, which stands for Not Only Meatballs, takes over the space on Lower Elgin Street ...
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cocotte hong kong

Dining at French restaurants can often be regarded as overly formal and a bit stuffy. Obviously there’s a time and a place for this sort of dining, but for many (myself included) it’s kept for rare and special occasions. French brothers Brice and Jonathan Moldovan wanted to take the stiffness out of French dining and so brought us Cocotte, a fun, casual and chic French restaurant in Central. Tucked away down some steps between Hollywood Road and Gough Street, Cocotte ...
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If you’ve seen the queues outside any of the Nha Trang outlets at lunch or dinner any day of the week, you’ll know that this group is doing something right. I wouldn’t say it’s the best Vietnamese food in town, but it’s consistent, affordable and you know exactly what you’re getting. The group has just launched a new street food concept called BÊP Vietnamese Kitchen, which takes over the space that was once Pizzeria Pubblico. The design at BÊP, which ...
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I love me a good curry. Whether it’s Indian, Thai, Malaysian, Sri Lankan, Japanese, or even one that originated in the UK, I can’t get enough of the hot stuff. So when I heard about hip new opening Tiger Curry, without even knowing much about it, it quickly climbed to the top of my list of must-try restaurants. Located on Pennington Street in Causeway Bay, Tiger Curry is a collaboration between Sushi Kuu’s chef and owner Satoru Mukogawa and Buzz ...
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Not long after opening casual eatery The Chop House in Causeway Bay’s Soundwill Plaza II Midtown, Wooloomooloo Group has opened a second branch of its fine dining restaurant Wooloomooloo Prime, which takes up a whopping 16,000 square foot, two-storey space in the same foodie haven building. As the name suggests, Wooloomooloo Prime is the group’s most premium concept, and the new branch definitely stays true to this. Everything about it screams elegance, from the floor to ceiling windows with an ...
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Greco Pi

greco pi hong kong

Apart from the ever-popular Souvla and recently revamped Santorini (formerly Rick’s), Greek food, in comparison to other cuisines, is still rather under-represented in this city. There is, however, one Greek place that few people know about, yet it has been around longer than the others, and that is Greco Pi (as in π). I must have walked past Greco Pi a number of times when visiting other restaurants in Brim 28, but never paid it much attention. It’s literally just ...
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mavericks hong kong

When temperatures start soaring and the humidity reaches almost 100%, everyone’s intention is to get away from the city, whether it’s to go out on a junk, to a nearby beach, or to one of the outlying islands. Many restaurateurs realised this long ago, claiming their territory on many of the most popular beaches. The latest to join the trend – whilst really creating a trend of its own – is Mavericks on Lantau’s Pui O Beach. Mavericks is like ...
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