Fang Fang

fang-fang-hong-kong-cocktails-omikuji-girl Hong Kong’s restaurateurs seem to continuously think up creative stories behind their concepts to personify the name – think Dr. Fern’s Gin Parlour, Mrs. Pound or Missy Ho’s. The latest restaurant to join LKF Tower, Fang Fang, is named afterRead more

Alvy’s

alvys-hong-kong-ma-la-di-da-pizza-2 Kennedy Town is known for its neighbourhood feel and cosy, welcoming bars and restaurants, where you needn’t make a reservation and you’ll seldom be turned away. Newest restaurant in town, Alvy’s, fits right in. We strolled in for an impromptuRead more

Olé’s New Saturday Spanish Brunch

ole-hong-kong-spanish-brunch-tapas For a restaurant to survive Hong Kong’s crazy rental prices and strong competition, it needs to be pretty solid. When a place reaches even the five-year mark, I think that’s impressive enough. Olé first opened on Ice House Street in 1998.Read more

The Envoy’s New Colonial-Inspired Small Plates

the-envoy-hong-kong-bangers-and-mash-2 The Envoy at The Pottinger Hotel has always been a popular drinking spot for the after-work crowds, particularly due to its beautiful and spacious outdoor terrace. It has now also revamped its food menu to offer “colonial-inspired” small plates toRead more

Aloha

aloha-hong-kong-poke-bowl-2 If you think Hong Kong is a small place, I bet restaurant owners think it is even smaller. Poke bowls are still a relatively new and niche concept in Hong Kong, so for there to be two restaurants serving pokeRead more

Picada

picada-hong-kong-latin-american-food Given my Venezuelan heritage, can you imagine my excitement when I heard that a new Latin American restaurant serving Venezuelan arepas had opened in Hong Kong? This was back when Picada was just a pokey little place on Elgin Street.Read more

Dr. Fern’s Gin Parlour & Afternoon Tea

dr-ferns-gin-parlour-hong-kong-afternoon-tea-set A trip to a the doctor’s in Hong Kong is often quite an amusing experience, as, no matter your ailment, you will likely walk out with a bag full of countless different medicines decanted into separate little plastic bags thatRead more

La Crêperie celebrates its 7th birthday!

la-creperie-hong-kong It’s sometimes difficult to get attached to a restaurant in Hong Kong, since, far too often, some of the best ones are taken from us far too young, usually due to devastatingly high rents that kill off any chance ofRead 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