Bizou American Brasserie

bizou-hong-kong-octopus-2 I have always had a slight aversion to eating a fancy meal inside a shopping mall. In Hong Kong, of course, this can’t always be avoided and indeed many great restaurants can be found in Hong Kong’s shopping centres. AsRead more

The Ribcage

the ribcage hong kong Having watched the construction and waited in eager anticipation for The Ribcage to open, it took us a while to actually get round to trying it once it finally did open. Although I want you to read until the endRead more

CaliBurger

caliburger hong kong Everybody loves burgers. If there’s one food trend that keeps coming back year after year, it’s burgers. On one side of the spectrum, we have fast-food burgers and on the opposite side of the spectrum, we have gourmet burgers; somewhereRead more

Quest by Que – Nostalgic Comfort Food

quest by que hong kong Almost exactly a year after first being blown away by Quest by Que (see previous review here), we finally got round to returning and sampled another of Chef Que Vinh Dang’s fantastic tasting menus. This time, in line with the bitterlyRead more

Flying Pig Bistro

flying pig bistro hong kong Hong Kong’s favourite French restaurant group, French Creations (behind Comptoir, Metropolitain and Pastis amongst others) has decided that man cannot live on French cuisine alone. With its latest opening of Flying Pig Bistro, the group has paired with Polish restaurateurRead more

Stone Nullah Tavern’s New Menu

stone nullah tavern hong kong With so many restaurants in this city, it’s often quite hard to find a stand out favourite that keeps you going back again and again. I can safely say, however, that Stone Nullah Tavern, for me, is definitely up thereRead more

Edition

edition hong kong In this city, when a trend starts to take shape, we certainly all know about it. If you’ve noticed the multiple “Korean” restaurants that are appearing around town (Moyo, TaKorea and U-Hang for example), you might have noticed that there’sRead more

XOCO

xoco-hong-kong-exterior Once the quiet, purely residential area, Mid-Levels has seen a number of restaurants opening over the past few years, giving it more of a villagey feel. Mosque Street, in particular, now has a row of little restaurants and takeaway spots,Read more

Pirata

pirata hong kong It doesn’t take much persuading to convince me to try a new restaurant, and even less so when it’s a new Italian restaurant that claims to serve “comfort food that every Italian grandmother would be proud of.” Pirata, up highRead more

Brunch at newly revamped The Pawn

the pawn brunch The Pawn has always been a bit of an institution in Hong Kong, known for its colonial beauty and hearty British fare. It closed for a few months last year to undergo quite a significant renovation, promising customers (with aRead more