I have always loved the ambiance of Tate. It’s homey, comfy with a girly touch to it. A lot of my girlfriends fell in love with the place because of the ambiance. Continue reading
If you could spare the few additional hours, you could hop on a plane to Tokyo for some really delicious Japanese food for the same price you pay in Hong Kong. But if you’re time strapped and craving for teppanyaki, Sanka is probably one of the places to go in Hong Kong. For the foodie with experiences at top teppanyaki places in Tokyo, do tone your expectations down a little. Continue reading
To me, Amber is a good place for French food in Hong Kong. At least I liked it more than Caprice. Continue reading
Previously traumatised by my experience at Sketch in London, I was initially reluctant to visit another Pierre’s restaurant for a while. Chef Jean Denis joined Pierre Hong Kong in 2013. My first experience of his team’s cooking was way more enjoyable than my experience at Sketch. Continue reading
Easily one of the top ranking sushi shops in the city, Sushi Mori offers a wide range of rare fish on the menu freshly imported from Japan every afternoon.
Their latest branch opened along Caroline Hill Road in September 2013. Once you’ve stepped into the shop, you can tell they’re aiming for a more sophisticated dining environment over the original store. Continue reading
Dining at Liberty Private Works reminded me of the vibe at Atera, NYC. This literally in-your-face open kitchen setting gives you a full view of the kitchen and its busy chefs milling around, as well as a chance to interact with other diners. Continue reading
This year marks the 10th anniversary of Spoon. As a testament of its success, Spoon retains its two stars in the 2014 Michelin guide. Being able to witness the progress Spoon Hong Kong made in the past years, I must say the team and chef Philipe Duc has indeed made a huge concerted effort to polish up their overall standard. Continue reading