Uma Nota

uma-nota-hong-kong-coxinhas-de-frango-2 It took a while for Hong Kong to grasp the idea of South American cuisine combined with Japanese flavours, but now that it has, this concept is appearing everywhere! First there was Djapa, then TokyoLima, and now we have Uma Nota,Read more

Edition

edition hong kong In this city, when a trend starts to take shape, we certainly all know about it. If you’ve noticed the multiple “Korean” restaurants that are appearing around town (Moyo, TaKorea and U-Hang for example), you might have noticed that there’sRead more

Indian Village, Peel Street

Indian Village Hong Kong When I’m craving Indian food but don’t want to venture far from my sofa, Indian Village on Mosque Street always fits the bill. It’s a family-run hole in the wall that always delivers on quality, good value traditional Indian dishes.Read more

121BC

121 BC hong kong If there’s one type of cuisine I will never tire of, no matter how many new restaurants open, it’s Italian, particularly one that’s a little bit different and ever so special, such as 121BC on Peel Street. Although it’s oneRead more

La Vache!

la vache hong kong When it comes to steak restaurants in Hong Kong, we have the choice of Italian, Argentinean, American, Australian and even the odd Japanese restaurant moonlighting as a steakhouse. We can now add Parisian steakhouse La Vache to the mix. BroughtRead 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

Tangerine

tangerine thai restaurant hong kong **THIS RESTAURANT HAS NOW CLOSED** To narrow down all the cuisines of the world and select my favourite would not be an easy decision to make. Thai food, however, is certainly up there, and will often be my go-to choiceRead more