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

Beef & Liberty in California Tower

beef-and-liberty-hong-kong-bacon-cheese-burger Earlier this year I enjoyed one of the best meals I have ever had at the Mandarin Grill + Bar prepared by fellow Crossfitter and awesome chef Uwe Opocensky. Fast forward a few months and Chef Uwe has switched upRead more

Mercato

mercato-hong-kong-sundae When news of a three Michelin-starred chef opening a restaurant in Hong Kong comes out, you are torn between wanting to eat everything on the menu and wanting to keep a tight hold on your credit card. When the threeRead more

Buenos Aires Polo Club

buenos aires polo club hong kong When I go out for a steak, I see it as a special occasion. This is not because it’s a rare occurrence, nor because there aren’t enough steakhouses in Hong Kong. There’s just something about a good steak that isRead more

Jinjuu’s Weekend Brunch

jinjuu hong kong brunch If I had to pick a favourite mealtime, it would probably be brunch. It combines all the best bits of breakfast and lunch and it’s not frowned upon to eat everything in sight. Modern Korean restaurant in Lan Kwai Fong,Read more

Porterhouse by Laris

porterhouse by laris hong kong Any restaurant in the relatively new and ever so swanky California Tower is guaranteed to be pretty special, even if only for the views from up high. Porterhouse by Laris, on the seventh floor of the building, is no exception.Read more

Lily & Bloom’s Set Lunch Menu

lily and bloom hong kong Lily & Bloom, or, rather, just Lily, is always on my list of decent bars to go for a drink. I love the atmosphere, the décor and, although a little pricey, the drinks are very good too. I had, untilRead more

Braza

braza hong kong churrascaria I think it’s fair to say that Hong Kong likes to eat. Make it an all-you-can-eat deal and we’re all over it. I find it quite surprising, therefore, that there has never been a Brazilian ‘churrascaria’ on the island. UntilRead more