The Pawn

front The Pawn has historically had mixed reviews: “the décor and setting are amazing, but the food doesn’t quite match,” they would say. Well, “they”, you can now eat your words (and The Pawn’s food too) for British chef Anthony Fletcher,Read more

Paul’s Kitchen

image-5     When looking for a plan B after our first choice of restaurant was closed for a private party, we happened to stumble across Paul’s Kitchen on Gough Street. It turned out to be one of those serendipitous momentsRead more

Harrington’s

p4132385 With its vast array of restaurants serving every cuisine under the sun, the one thing that Hong Kong is missing is a lovely pub in which to enjoy a long casual lunch or a drink and some snacks at a place thatRead more

The Chinnery

screen-shot-2012-03-18-at-10-15-19 Dating back to 1963, The Mandarin Oriental hotel is one of the city’s most prominent landmarks, clearly not due to its size but due to its charm, its status, and its pure unyielding elegance. After undergoing inevitable renovations over time,Read more

Alfie’s by KEE

screen-shot-2012-02-23-at-22-11-18 With all the delicious varieties of cuisines on offer in Hong Kong, sometimes I just crave classic, hearty British dishes. British food would never be my go-to food. Give me Thai, Chinese, Italian or pretty much anything else. But thereRead more