Sohofama

sohofama-hong-kong-xiao-long-bao-2 Just in case the name of my Hong Kong restaurant review blog doesn’t give you a hint, I am rather partial to dumplings. I am aware, however, that I don’t do nearly enough dim sum restaurant reviews. A recent tripRead more

Bun Cha Vietnamese Café & Restaurant

bun cha vietnamese hong kong Ever since my most recent trip to Hanoi, when first I spilt a bowl of bun cha all over myself and then proceeded to fall in love with it, I have been looking for somewhere to try an equivalent dishRead more

Bindaas

bindaas hong kong Indian restaurants have a huge advantage over certain others. One night, you may have planned to go for Japanese, or French, or Italian food. Yet, en route to your destination, your nose picks up a wave of delicious aromas comingRead 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

MOYO

moyo hong kong It seems, these days, that serving traditional food, from no matter which cuisine, is no longer the cool thing to do. We have, for example, Chinese food with a Western twist; we have Italian food with an American twist; weRead more

Brunch at Aberdeen Street Social

IMG_7922 I’ve always been a fan of Jason Atherton’s 22 Ships and Ham & Sherry, both on Ship Street, yet I must admit I was getting a little bored of the Spanish (yet not so Spanish) theme. When I heard thatRead more

Aberdeen Street

aberdeen street hong kong The suitably named Aberdeen Street, located exactly where you’d expect it to be, is a fun little gem close enough for convenience but far enough to be away from the crowds. Aberdeen Street’s predecessor, Cheri Cheri, was always popular forRead more