All posts tagged: hong kong

Ho Lee Fook's Short Ribs

Ho Lee Fook’s short ribs

I have been a big fan of Ho Lee Fook for many years and always loved its short ribs. A couple of weeks ago, I bought the Anova Precision Cooker and knew that the recipe was available in one of the Monocle issue. I must say the result was pretty good. Okay, I must say that it’s not […]

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Omotesando Koffee

Omotesando Koffee Although I have passed by many times, I never had the opportunity to check out Omotesando Koffee in Wan Chai. I read plenty of amazing things about it and was stunned to see how sad people in Japan were when it closed down its shop. Originally a pop-up coffee shop situated in a […]

Viet Kitchen

Viet Kitchen

Viet Kitchen What do you do when you get back from holiday? Simple, just go and taste some of new places in town. I have been hearing for the last couple of months some very good things about Viet Kitchen. I had to try it out. Set up by Peter Cuong Franklin, formerly at Chom […]

One Thirty One

ONE THIRTY ONE

ONE THIRTY ONE I have heard so many nice things about One Thirty One located in Hong Kong’s New Territories and immediately knew that I had to try it out. Finally last weekend, the occasion presented itself. What can I say? Really, it was a well-deserved rest from Hong Kong noise and crowed space. It […]

Double D

DOUBLE D

DOUBLE D Being a big fan of burger but having difficulties finding the one, I have been hunting Hong Kong’s street for the one. So after Big Fernand that I really enjoyed, I went to Double D Burger in the heart of Lai Kwai Fong. Maximal Concepts, whose restaurants including Blue Butcher, Mott 32 or […]

Gyotaku

GYOTAKU

GYOTAKU Everyone has his own regular Japanese place where you go without thinking twice. Mine is Gyotaku, owned by the same guys behind Three Monkey and located in Stanley Street’s foodie tower. During lunchtime, you will have to fight for a spot, as their lunch sets are extremely popular; while in the evening, the atmosphere […]

HK's Street Food

HONG KONG IGNORED BY THRILLIST’S BEST STREET FOOD CITIES

HONG KONG IGNORED BY THRILLIST’S BEST STREET FOOD CITIES Despite being one of the world foodies capital, our street food is no match compared to others according to Thrillist. How sad this is especially when HK archival Singapore is taking the crown back home. According to Thrillist, “Street food is the true fuel of the people, […]

Little Bao

LITTLE BAO

LITTLE BAO Little Bao has been opened for some time now and has never left Hong Kong ‘s dining scene since. From Island East Markets, where Little Bao’s owner and chef, May Chow started serving innovative bao with a twist to today’s location on Staunton Street by PMQ, Little Bao has won the belly of […]

Linguini Fini

LINGUINI FINI

LINGUINI FINI I have been passing by Linguini Fini every day for the last few months but never had the opportunity to check it out which I did today over lunch. Linguini Fini is American Italian inspired concept and the third venture, after Posto Publico and Stone Nullah Tavern, by the guys behind Home Grown Food who […]

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FOODIES WEEKEND IN HONG KONG

FOODIES WEEKEND IN HONG KONG I am so looking forward for this weekend as we have so many foodie events around town. First, we have The Dine & Design Festival who’s moving to the Central Harbour Front aims at promoting independent local designers as well as many talented food providers and chef. The most interesting […]