Bao Bei

bao bei hong kong Given the mix of cultures that make up Hong Kong, these days it’s quite rare to see a menu that doesn’t take influences from other cuisines. Newly opened Bao Bei on Wyndham Street aims to pay homage to Hong Kong’sRead more

KEE Club

kee club hong kong The term ‘private members club’ is often met with displeasure, since it denies a large majority of being able to access it. In Hong Kong, however, there are always ways around this. KEE Club, which was founded in 2001 onRead more

Harakan-S

harakan-s-interior   **THIS RESTAURANT IS NOW CLOSED** Hong Kong is home to Japanese restaurants galore; there’s yakitori, robatayaki, sushi, ramen, teppanyaki…you name it. What many of these restaurants fail to master, however, is a comprehensive menu that is suitable for vegetariansRead more