Viet Kitchen

viet kitchen hong kong The thought of dining in an office building has never particularly appealed to me, and neither has it to award-winning chef Peter Cuong Franklin. That’s why when he opened Viet Kitchen, in the lobby of Nexxus Building on Connaught Road,Read 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 Drunken Duck

the-drunken-duck-hong-kong-scotch-eggs-thai After two of its restaurants sadly closed last year, Enoteca Group has returned with a brand new concept on Staunton Street called The Drunken Duck. Whilst still maintaining the sharing ethos, The Drunken Duck offers British gastropub-style food with anRead more


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

Ayuthaiya’s Sunday Brunch

ayuthaiya sunday brunch hong kong Gorging on a buffet brunch with free-flow drinks must be one of the most popular Sunday pastimes in Hong Kong. Although we complain about the cost of groceries in HK supermarkets, spending hundreds of dollars on some food and bubblesRead more

Holy Crab

holy crab hong kong With so many restaurants in Hong Kong serving so many different types of cuisine, it must be quite difficult to be the first in a category. Yet new restaurant Holy Crab in Lan Kwai Fong proudly states that it is “HongRead more

Burger Circus

burger circus hong kong Crazes come and go in this city. Yet there is one craze that doesn’t look like it’s going anywhere, and that is the burger craze. Whether you’re young, old, male, female, rich or poor, everyone loves a good burger. IRead more


pololi hong kong Finding a good, quick and healthy lunch spot in and around Soho can often be a bit of a challenge. Then, once you find those two or three spots that tick all the boxes, you find yourself alternating between themRead more

Win Tickets to Wine HK!

wine hk event hong kong Anyone who has any interest in wine will no doubt have heard about Wine HK, the largest pop-up wine cellar in Hong Kong, taking place at the Central Harbourfront on 5th-7th December. The event launched last year in Causeway BayRead more

Rummin’ Tings

rummin-tings-hong-kong Without blowing my own trumpet, if there’s one accent I’m relatively good at, it’s a Jamaican accent. I have been known, upon discovering there was a Ben & Jerry’s flavour called ‘Jamaican Me Crazy’ to relentlessly speak in a JamaicanRead more