McSorley’s is Back!

mcsorleys-hong-kong-chicken-tikka-masala Much to the disappointment of my dad, brother and husband, I have never really been one for watching sport on TV. I could, however, always be bribed with a burger at McSorley’s in Soho – until it unexpectedly closed downRead more

The Parish

the parish hong kong enoteca group If any cuisine could claim to be the definition of comfort food, it would be Southern American food. Enoteca Group quickly realised their Drunken Duck wasn’t to everyone’s liking, and has now replaced it with The Parish, an authentic SouthernRead more

The Walrus

the walrus hong kong oyster bar There are people who love oysters, people who hate oysters, and people who are somewhere in the middle. Until I visited The Walrus, I’d say I was one of those in-betweeners; I’d eat them if they were put in frontRead more

The Drunken Duck

the-drunken-duck-hong-kong-scotch-eggs-thai After two of its restaurants sadly closed last year, Enoteca Group has returned with a brand new concept on Staunton Street called The Drunken Duck. Whilst still maintaining the sharing ethos, The Drunken Duck offers British gastropub-style food with anRead more

Flaming Frango

flaming-frango-hong-kong-piri-piri-chicken If there’s one thing I’ve learnt through my many dining experiences in Hong Kong, it’s that you should never judge a restaurant based on its appearance. I had walked past new Staunton Street eatery Flaming Frango a number of timesRead more

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