Hige Izakaya

hige izakaya hong kong When I come across an excellent restaurant that few people know about, I sometimes find myself in a bit of a cunundrum: do I tell people about it, or keep it a secret? Then I realise that people deserve toRead more

XOCO

xoco-hong-kong-exterior Once the quiet, purely residential area, Mid-Levels has seen a number of restaurants opening over the past few years, giving it more of a villagey feel. Mosque Street, in particular, now has a row of little restaurants and takeaway spots,Read more

SEPA

sepa-hong-kong As Soho’s restaurant scene becomes more and more saturated, it’s only natural for restaurateurs to creep further up the escalator, knowing they will benefit from both Soho visitors and Mid-Levels dwellers. The space on Caine Road that was formerly aRead more

Seasalt’s New Taco Menu!

seasalt fish and chips and taco bar hong kong About a year ago, during a time when Hongkongers were lamenting the lack of decent fish and chips in the city, Australian fish and chip shop Seasalt opened, ending the drought for Mid-Levels dwellers. Perhaps due to the excitement ofRead more

Hooked

hooked hong kong Although I have always known the concept of fish and chips to be a truly British one, the Antipodeans seem to be trying to claim the crown of Hong Kong’s most authentic fish and chips. For too long, there wasRead 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