Cocotte’s New Lunch Menu

cocotte-hong-kong-interior-wallpaper I reviewed Cocotte when it first opened a little over two years ago (read previous review here) and was very impressed by its humble yet hearty French cuisine and the friendly attitude of the owners, brothers Brice and Jonathan Moldovan.Read more

Chez Ed

chez-ed-hong-kong-uni-maguro-2 Remember the time I reviewed Chef Studio by Eddy and was blown away by Chef Eddy’s genuinely lovely personality and delicious cooking? After years of satisfying hungry customers in a hard to find industrial building in Wong Chuk Hang, ChefRead more


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

Le Bistro Winebeast’s New Home

le bistro winebeast hong kong Amidst all the restaurant closures that happen regularly in Hong Kong, I love it when a restaurant that truly deserves to do well not only manages to do so, but does so well that it is able to expand itsRead more

Fre[N]sh – Lunch Delivery

frensh lunch delivery hong kong Since I usually reserve evenings for reviewing restaurants, I try to keep my lunches nice and healthy. I have a handful of healthy restaurants near my office where I can grab a quick healthy bite, but I am very quicklyRead more

Picnic on Forbes

picnic on forbes hong kong Chef Philippe Orrico certainly has been busy this year. Not long after helping to open Tartine in Central, the Michelin-starred chef (also behind Upper Modern Bistro and ON Dining) opened Picnic on Forbes, bringing a brand new and exciting conceptRead more


tartine hong kong Although we all appreciate a fancy meal once in a while, sometimes a simple cheese on toast is all we need. Whilst new French eatery Tartine does far better than your average cheese on toast, it demonstrates that simple, goodRead more

Atelier Vivanda

atelier-vivanda-hong-kong-pommes-dauphines1 Meat and potatoes is not an uncommon theme amongst our city’s restaurants these days. Most have gone down the more traditional, simplistic route of steak and chips, or steak frites. Ship Street newcomer Atelier Vivanda, however, helmed by Two-Michelin-starred chefRead more


comptoir hong kong french creations If you walk through the streets of Paris, you’ll notice clusters of people with a glass of wine in hand, spilling out of little bistros in every neighbourhood. Kennedy Town now has its own one of these, with French Creations’Read more

La Cantoche’s New Menu

la-cantoche-hong-kong-cordon-bleu These days, with rents as high as the sky and growing competition at every turn, not many restaurants can say that they’ve been going strong for almost four years. La Cantoche, one of my favourite French restaurants in Sheung Wan,Read more