Lobster & Bubbles Pop-up at Café Causette

lobster and bubbles pop up cafe causette mandarin oriental hong kong As I mentioned in my post about M Bar, Mandarin Oriental is offering a series of pop-ups throughout the year, the latest of which is a special Lobster and Bubbles menu at Café Causette, available until the end of August.Read more

Sushi To by Harlan Goldstein

IMG_8230 Harlan Goldstein is quite a character around town, known mainly for his steakhouses, affinity to American cuisine and no-nonsense personality. He’s now trying his hand at Japanese cuisine with the opening of Sushi To, one of two of his restaurantsRead more

AMAZAKE

amazake hong kong If Hong Kong’s dining scene is huge, its nightlife scene is probably even bigger. Privé Group has taken both these things into consideration and brought us AMAZAKE, a crazy fun sake and izakaya bar in Central that replaces another ofRead more

YOUKA

youka hong kong I will never tire of visiting yet another Japanese restaurant. When you know you’re eating only the freshest seafood that’s simple yet delicious, what’s there not to love? This can be said for relative newcomer YOUKA on Wan Chai’s JohnstonRead 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

Gin Sai

gin sai hong kong     If it’s Japanese food you fancy, in Hong Kong you needn’t venture far from wherever you are standing; whether its sushi, yakitori, robatayaki or ramen you’re after, you will almost always be just a stone’s throw away fromRead more

Hatsu Japanese Restaurant

hatsu hong kong It’s a sad fact that although Japanese food is so tasty, it’s near impossible to have a good, filling and varied Japanese meal without paying an arm and a leg. Relatively recently opened Hatsu Japanese Restaurant in Bank of AmericaRead more

Brunch at ROKA

01-roka-exterior Since Zuma opened in Hong Kong a few years ago, everyone has been waxing lyrical about its weekend brunch. I wholeheartedly concur that it is one of the better brunches in the city, yet every time the bill comes, itRead more