Gone are the days when a food court was associated with average cheap eats; BaseHall, Hong Kong’s newest dining destination, brings together a variety of both original and new food and drink vendors. Anticipated openings include Cookie DPT, Co Thanh, Treehouse, and Honbo, alongside a few newcomers like Return of Lamak, Roti Tori from the
Carnival is a 5,188 square-foot bar with bright red and white lights and antique gold accents, designed to mimic a carnival. The bar transports guests to the unfair-like atmosphere complete with energetic music, creative cocktails and delightful canapés. The festive ambiance is enhanced by a number of interactive games for guests to play such as
Although we were sad to see the Central and Poho MANA! locations close down, we’re all for its newest location on Staunton Street, just beside the escalators. This new location serves up all your MANA! favourites, including their signature flats, pre-made salads, burgers, and vegan cookies, alongside a range of new additions to the menu.
Slim’s is the perfect place to have a relaxing evening with some of the world’s best micro brews and ales. Tucked neatly into a narrow, the New York diner style setting creates an intimate atmosphere and allows you to watch as the chef prepares your food. It boasts some of Wan Chai’s best pub grub and
A bar/bistro in the heart of Tai Hang which has a loyal following of locals who enjoy the unusual beers, relaxed and welcoming atmosphere and good, well priced food. It’s the perfect place to relax with friends.
The Water Buffalo is a British restaurant in Pui O ran by husband-wife team Chris and Jenny Riley. Chris is an accomplished home brewer and Jenny is an experienced patisserie chef. Their daughter serves as manager and is an expert on pairing the restaurant’s craft ales with delicious home-cooked British food.The restaurant serves a wide