Commissary

commissary-hong-kong-fish-tacos2   Yenn Wong of JIA Group seems to be unstoppable this year. After adding Mak Mak and Rhoda to her collection of successful restaurants, she has most recently opened Commissary, a Southern Californian restaurant in Pacific Place. On the concourseRead more

Mak Mak’s new Thai brunch!

mak-mak-hong-kong-brunch-cocktails-2 It is abundantly clear how much this city likes to eat. If we don’t eat enough during the week, we more than make up for it on the weekends by attending one of the numerous free-flow, all-you-can-eat brunches around town,Read more

Mamasita’s Cantina

mamasitas-cantina-hong-kong-tacos I’m sure everyone has by now heard the story about Harlan Goldstein and how he abruptly exited his four-restaurant venture in Central after barely opening the third restaurant. Thankfully, ZS Hospitality, the group that owns these restaurants, along with my current favouriteRead more

Beef & Liberty in California Tower

beef-and-liberty-hong-kong-bacon-cheese-burger Earlier this year I enjoyed one of the best meals I have ever had at the Mandarin Grill + Bar prepared by fellow Crossfitter and awesome chef Uwe Opocensky. Fast forward a few months and Chef Uwe has switched upRead more

ALTO

alto-hong-kong-roasted-branzino Causeway Bay has got to be one of the most stressful areas of Hong Kong. It’s always inexplicably busy, even on weekdays, and people seem to go out of their way to walk directly into you from all angles. InRead more

My Tai Tai

my-tai-tai-hong-kong-green-papaya-salad-2 Less than a month after “Hong Kong’s number one celebrity chef” Harlan Goldstein resurfaced with the opening of Ee Da Le, he has now opened another new venture, My Tai Tai; as I said before, for a larger than lifeRead more

Ee Da Le

ee-da-le-hong-kong If you haven’t heard of Harlan Goldstein, you must have been walking around wearing a blindfold and ear plugs. After a short break from the dining scene, this larger-than-life New Yorker, who claims to be “Hong Kong’s number one celebrityRead more

Figaro

figaro hong kong If you’re looking for French food in Hong Kong, you are pretty spoilt for choice. More often than not, however, you end up eating too much and paying far too much for good French cuisine. Figaro, a cosy little FrenchRead more

Mercato

mercato-hong-kong-sundae When news of a three Michelin-starred chef opening a restaurant in Hong Kong comes out, you are torn between wanting to eat everything on the menu and wanting to keep a tight hold on your credit card. When the threeRead more