Gough’s on Gough

goughs-on-gough-hong-kong-homemade-gnocchi-2 I’m sure it’s the same every year, but for some reason I feel like there have been more highly anticipated restaurant openings in Hong Kong this year than others. One particularly exciting opening – and this may be because itRead 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

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

Cocotte

cocotte hong kong Dining at French restaurants can often be regarded as overly formal and a bit stuffy. Obviously there’s a time and a place for this sort of dining, but for many (myself included) it’s kept for rare and special occasions. FrenchRead more

85 South

85 South Hong Kong     Although there will always be a time and a place for fine dining, the recent restaurant openings across the city suggest that Hongkongers may have fatigued of the high price tags, opting instead for simple street food withRead more

Kau Kee

Kau Kee has been serving beef brisket noodles on Gough Street for over 90 years. I’d be lying if I said I’ve been meaning to go for that long, as that wouldn’t even be possible, but I was long overdueRead more

Paul’s Kitchen

image-5     When looking for a plan B after our first choice of restaurant was closed for a private party, we happened to stumble across Paul’s Kitchen on Gough Street. It turned out to be one of those serendipitous momentsRead more