Scarlett Cafe and Wine Bar

scarlett-cafe-hong-kong-black-truffle-camembert If you ask someone to travel from Central to Tsim Sha Tsui, they’ll probably look at you as if you had asked them to travel to the other side of the world. That said, travelling across the harbour on theRead more

El Nudo – an Argentinian private kitchen

el-nudo-private-kitchen-hong-kong-steak-on-bbq-1 Private kitchens are something you don’t hear of quite as frequently as you used to in Hong Kong. They are, however, if you look for them, still around and can be found in the most unlikely of places, but perhapsRead more

Figaro

figaro hong kong If you’re looking for French food in Hong Kong, you are pretty spoilt for choice. More often than not, however, you end up eating too much and paying far too much for good French cuisine. Figaro, a cosy little FrenchRead more

Buenos Aires Polo Club

buenos aires polo club hong kong When I go out for a steak, I see it as a special occasion. This is not because it’s a rare occurrence, nor because there aren’t enough steakhouses in Hong Kong. There’s just something about a good steak that isRead more

Le Bistro Winebeast’s New Home

le bistro winebeast hong kong Amidst all the restaurant closures that happen regularly in Hong Kong, I love it when a restaurant that truly deserves to do well not only manages to do so, but does so well that it is able to expand itsRead more

Arcane

arcane hong kong Have you ever eaten a meal that’s so delicious you’re tempted to stop eating so that it never ends? That’s what I felt when I dined at Arcane. The name of the restaurant means ‘discreet; understood by few’. Discreet, IRead more

Mr & Mrs Fox

mr and mrs fox hong kong swire restaurants If you read my ‘sneak preview’ of Swire’s newest restaurant Mr & Mrs Fox, then you’ll know how excited I have been about this opening. If Swire’s existing restaurants (Café Gray Deluxe and The Continental, amongst others) are anything toRead more

La Paloma

la paloma hong kong So many Spanish tapas restaurants in Hong Kong seem to forget what the concept of tapas is all about; it’s supposed to be a casual, inexpensive selection of dishes to complement drinks. Initially, in Spain, tapas (which means ‘lids’ orRead more