Hong Kong Restaurant Week is back with priority booking for HK HUB readers.
2 Jul 2015 / Restaurants
Butao Ramen is a Hakata-style ramen house with four branches in Central, Causeway Bay, TST and Shatin. The wooden, steam-filled interior and the noren flags hanging along the bar will immediately transport you to Japan and the bowls of steaming ramen will have you going back again and again.
13 Jul 2015 / Happy Places
Utime Fitness in Happy Valley is open 24/7 and allows you to work out any time, day or night.
13 Jul 2015 / Fitness

Gym Review: Utime Fitness in Happy Valley

Utime Fitness in Happy Valley is open 24/7 and allows you to work out any time, day or night.

13 Jul 2015 — By Elle Kealy / Fitness
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Get Flexy With Your Workouts

Happy Valley is on the up with lots of trendy cafes, shops and boutiques around. So about time it’s finally got its own gym to cater to the residents of the area. But not just any gym, Utime Fitness is one of the first 24/7 gyms in Hong Kong.

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Happy Place: Butao Ramen

Butao Ramen is a Hakata-style ramen house with four branches in Central, Causeway Bay, TST and Shatin. The wooden, steam-filled interior and the noren flags hanging along the bar will immediately transport you to Japan and the bowls of steaming ramen will have you going back again and again.

13 Jul 2015 — By Brandie S. / Happy Places
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Ramen!!! Just saying the word makes me smile. It reminds me of sitting in a back-alley ramen house in Japan, slurping down delicious noodles in creamy, fatty broth. Even in the summer, I crave the comfort and satisfaction I get from a tonkotsu ramen bowl. To me, it’s like a great big hug. Luckily, in Hong Kong ramen bowls are readily available, but with so many competitors, it’s difficult to know which one to choose. I’ve tried my fair share and, in my opinion, the leader of the pack is definitely Butao RamenRead more »


Hong Kong Restaurant Week 2015

Hong Kong Restaurant Week is back with priority booking for HK HUB readers.

2 Jul 2015 — By Mawgan Batt / Restaurants
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Priority Booking for HK HUB Readers!

Hong Kong Restaurant Week returns this summer from 31st July to 9th August, giving the city’s foodies the chance to enjoy specially designed, fixed price menus at some of the most popular restaurants in town.

The HK HUB is delighted to be teaming up with Restaurant Week organisers DiningCity and China Construction Bank to give our readers priority booking for the ten day dining extravaganza, a full three days ahead of the public.

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