Grassroots Pantry’s New Home!

grassroots pantry hong kong If I had to be a vegetarian for the rest of my life, I would happily eat Peggy Chan’s cooking for breakfast, lunch and dinner. The first time I visited Grassroots Pantry, back when it was a cosy little restaurantRead more

Ayuthaiya’s Sunday Brunch

ayuthaiya sunday brunch hong kong Gorging on a buffet brunch with free-flow drinks must be one of the most popular Sunday pastimes in Hong Kong. Although we complain about the cost of groceries in HK supermarkets, spending hundreds of dollars on some food and bubblesRead more

Burger Circus

burger circus hong kong Crazes come and go in this city. Yet there is one craze that doesn’t look like it’s going anywhere, and that is the burger craze. Whether you’re young, old, male, female, rich or poor, everyone loves a good burger. IRead more


americanos hong kong Remember the time when authentic Mexican food was hard to come by in Hong Kong? Well, sadly, it still is. These days, however, there are a number of American-style Mexican restaurants that still just about fill those cravings. The latestRead more

Rummin’ Tings

rummin-tings-hong-kong Without blowing my own trumpet, if there’s one accent I’m relatively good at, it’s a Jamaican accent. I have been known, upon discovering there was a Ben & Jerry’s flavour called ‘Jamaican Me Crazy’ to relentlessly speak in a JamaicanRead more

The Woods

the woods hong kong bar When looking for a place to go for drinks, I often struggle to find somewhere new and exciting that isn’t just the same as any other bar. Any of the Wyndham Street bars is pretty interchangeable with the next. Before youRead more


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

Check-In Taipei

check in taipei hong kong Taipei is up there amongst the places that I am desperate to visit. I don’t know a lot about it, but every single person I speak to, knowing I love food as much as I do, tells me I absolutelyRead more

Fu Lu Shou

fu lu shou hong kong Anyone who grew up in the west will understand the concept of westernised Chinese food, the kind you find in Chinatowns all over the western world. Chinese-Australian Ping Lam missed the sort of Chinese food she knew and loved backRead more

The Nile

the nile hong kong The team behind Middle Eastern favourites Sahara and Le Souk are covering more Soho ground with the recent opening of The Nile, which replaces The Wheel on Hollywood Road (although, curiously, the old name still hangs boldly on the newlyRead more