Little Bao

little bao hong kong On the very first ever day of Island East Markets, I fell in love. It was a true, honest kind of love, not for any knight in shining armour or Prince Charming, but for a delicious, fluffy bun filled withRead more

Panino Giusto

panino giusto hong kong     Despite being a melting pot of cultures where one can find any cuisine under the sun, one thing that Hong Kong fails to deliver is a good, high-quality sandwich shop. Besides the mass-produced grab-n-go coffee shops, you eitherRead more

Mayta Peruvian Kitchen and Pisco Bar

Mayta Hong Kong     After the continuing success of Chicha and Hong Kong’s never ending love for Latin American food, it was inevitable that another Peruvian restaurant would grace us with its presence before long. Unsurprisingly, it was Dining Concepts, ever theRead more

Three Blind Mice

three blind mice wine quote A wise man once said, “A meal without wine is like a day without sunshine.” This sentence could not be truer, particularly when it is good wine, matched perfectly to your meal. Yet, often, one takes for granted the importanceRead more

Green Little Frog

Green Little Frog Hong Kong Despite being one of my favourite cities in the world, there are some things about Hong Kong that make me want to scream. One of these things is the supermarkets; unless you go to the ridiculously overpriced City'supers or GreatsRead more

Seasalt Gourmet Fish and Chips

seasalt gourmet fish and chips hong kong Hong Kong restaurateurs are ever so good at seeing a gap in the market and attempting to fill it. Until recently, there was nowhere that specialised solely in fish and chips. Brand new Seasalt, opened by two young Australian guys,Read more

Antipodean Cafe

antipodean hong kong     Antipodean, a cute new café in trendy PoHo was recently described to me as serving “the best coffee in Hong Kong”. Now, I’m not much of a coffee drinker myself, but it had also caught my attention whenRead more

One Harbour Road

img_5019 My staycation at the Grand Hyatt earlier this summer already proved that the hotel could put on a good French-style buffet and seriously good Italian fare. I was recently invited back to put its dim sum at One Harbour RoadRead more

Chôm Chôm Bia Hoi and Eatery

Chom Chom Hong Kong   Chôm Chôm, once a tiny Vietnamese private kitchen on Wellington Street that apparently served the best pho in Hong Kong, left many a broken heart when it closed earlier this year. This was soon replaced with excitement and eagerRead more