Quest by Que

quest-by-que-hong-kong-rice-paper-roll I was a big fan of private kitchen TBLS on Hollywood Road, so was very excited to hear that chef Que Vinh Dang had recently opened his eponymous restaurant, Quest by Que on Hennessy Road. Operating as an actual restaurant,Read more

Brunch at newly revamped The Pawn

the pawn brunch The Pawn has always been a bit of an institution in Hong Kong, known for its colonial beauty and hearty British fare. It closed for a few months last year to undergo quite a significant renovation, promising customers (with aRead more

Le Relais de l’Entrecôte

le-Relais-de-lEntrecote-hong-kong-facade Anyone who is a steak lover will have noticed the current ‘steak frites’ trend that seems to have hit our city, with two new restaurant openings and one more to come, all specialising in this simple offering of steak andRead more

Le Bistro Winebeast

le-bistro-winebeast-hong-kong It’s always refreshing, in a city dominated by huge restaurant groups, to find the independent boutique-style restaurants. Le Bistro Winebeast, owned of course by the same people as the wine shop Winebeast just down the road, is one of theseRead more

Cali-Mex

cali-mex-hong-kong-burritos If you’ve been looking for a place to satisfy your Mexican food cravings recently, you may have noticed a new brand that seems to have opened up all over the city almost simultaneously: Cali-Mex. This new chain of taquerías, withRead more

Quayside Harbour Front Restaurant & Bar

quayside hong kong Living in Hong Kong, we’re fortunate to be able to sit outside for the majority of the year - once we’ve acclimatised to the ridiculous humidity. That being said, I often struggle to think of restaurants that have a casual,Read more

Restaurant Akrame

IMG_7900 As Wan Chai’s Ship Street and surrounding streets continues to grow as a foodie destination, it doesn’t stop at quick, casual eateries. At the end of last year, two Michelin-starred chef Akrame Benallal opened the second branch of his eponymousRead more

Tallore

tallore soup hong kong Wan Chai is fast becoming a foodie’s paradise, with tasty little restaurants cropping up all over the place. One of the latest to join the throng is Tallore, which prides itself on being the first Belgian soup kitchen in HongRead more

Greco Pi

greco pi hong kong Apart from the ever-popular Souvla and recently revamped Santorini (formerly Rick’s), Greek food, in comparison to other cuisines, is still rather under-represented in this city. There is, however, one Greek place that few people know about, yet it has beenRead 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