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
The Mandarin Grill and Bar is no stranger to the Michelin Guide. It has been on the list for quite some time, retaining its one star for the 2014 guide.
The meal begins with their signature molecular appetizer – green olives, followed by savoury puffs and raw fish. Their main dishes are enjoyable, particularly the sirloin and beef calotte. Continue reading
Sushi Iwa – one of the 30 best sushi restaurants in Tokyo rated by Tabelog users – landed in Hong Kong. As expected sushi lovers in Hong Kong are looking forward to it in anticipation. I dropped by Sushi Iwa for lunch during their soft opening in September. Their shop’s located in Central, a prime location in the city. Continue reading
Jonay Armas heads Principal – bringing with him experience from Michelin-starred restaurants in Spain, the principal quickly earned its first star within a year of opening.
Jonay Armas did good in incorporating contemporary and innovative elements to traditional dishes. Here in Hong Kong, giving a mild twist to familiar flavours would more likely be accepted by the crowd than introducing exotic and uncommon tastes. Continue reading
Sushi Yoshitake was always in my sights since its Hong Kong debut. The price tag to a fancy meal is one reason why I struggled whether to visit the shop, even I am confident the shop would serve the best sushi one can find in Hong Kong. Continue reading