New Punjab Club

new-punjab-club-hong-kong-1 Black Sheep Restaurants are known for creating winning concepts that keep people going back to their restaurants again and again. The group's 15th restaurant in Hong Kong, which opened towards the end of last year, is New Punjab Club, which celebratesRead more

McSorley’s is Back!

mcsorleys-hong-kong-chicken-tikka-masala Much to the disappointment of my dad, brother and husband, I have never really been one for watching sport on TV. I could, however, always be bribed with a burger at McSorley’s in Soho – until it unexpectedly closed downRead more

BlackSalt

blacksalt-hong-kong-fish-cakes-2 As much as I love eating out in Hong Kong, I do get a little bit fed up with how expensive Hong Kong restaurants are, especially when I convert it back into pounds (yes, I still do this after sevenRead 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

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

Mak Mak

mak mak hong kong I am a big fan of Thai cuisine and count Chachawan amongst my favourite Hong Kong restaurants. When I heard that JIA Group’s Yenn Wong (the mastermind behind Chachawan, Aberdeen Street Social, 22 Ships and a number of others) wasRead more

Juhu Beach Club

juhu beach club hong kong Being the melting pot of cultures that Hong Kong is, these days it’s getting harder to find restaurants that specialise in one specific cuisine, without the influence of a completely different cuisine sneaking in. The latest example is Juhu BeachRead more

Bindaas

bindaas hong kong Indian restaurants have a huge advantage over certain others. One night, you may have planned to go for Japanese, or French, or Italian food. Yet, en route to your destination, your nose picks up a wave of delicious aromas comingRead more

SAMA

sama-curry-hong-kong-facade The ability to tolerate (and enjoy) spicy food inevitably brings with it a fair bit of arrogance. We all know that if we’re able to scoff an entire chilli without wincing, whilst our friend sweats buckets and cries, we’re boundRead more