Bakehouse

bakehouse-hong-kong-baguette-2 I had the pleasure of partnering with Gregoire Michaud on a fun foodie project called Eat Your Words way back when he was still the pastry chef at the Four Seasons hotel (our dish, incidentally, won the competition, but that’sRead 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

Lobster & Bubbles Pop-up at Café Causette

lobster and bubbles pop up cafe causette mandarin oriental hong kong As I mentioned in my post about M Bar, Mandarin Oriental is offering a series of pop-ups throughout the year, the latest of which is a special Lobster and Bubbles menu at Café Causette, available until the end of August.Read more

3/3rds

three3rds wong chuk hang hong kong One of the things I love about Hong Kong’s dining scene is that, if you look beyond all the street level, overhyped restaurants, you can stumble across some true gems where you’d least expect to find them. The most recentRead more

Choice Cooperative

choice cooperative hong kong **THIS RESTAURANT HAS NOW CLOSED** It is evident that our city is becoming increasingly more aware of dietary issues, and menus catering to these are appearing in more and more restaurants. Until recently, however, there did not exist a singleRead more

NOSH

nosh hong kong Tai Ping Shan may just be the coolest area in town these days, with boutiques, cafes and restaurants opening left, right and centre. The recent opening of adorable café NOSH can now certainly take credit for making this area evenRead more

Antipodean Cafe

antipodean hong kong     Antipodean, a cute new café in trendy PoHo was recently described to me as serving “the best coffee in Hong Kong”. Now, I’m not much of a coffee drinker myself, but it had also caught my attention whenRead more

Common Ground

common ground hong kong On a sunny Saturday afternoon, I decided to find a quiet spot that had wifi, where I could while away the hours, have some lunch and get some serious writing done. Brand new Common Ground on Shing Wong Street, justRead more