Tantalise your tastebuds with the highlights of HK’s gastro scene!
Eat, Drink, Skate, Surf. Mavericks is a bar, restaurant and board shack located right on Pui O Beach, South Lantau.
This trendy spot is all about Italian home-style food and natural/organic wines. Dishes are designed for sharing and the menu changes daily to reflect what’s available/in season. Great spot for dinner with friends.
Coffee shop in Causeway Bay Hong Kong - cool vibe and good coffee
The interior is inspired by the restaurant’s former life as a meat warehouse, bare brickwork and exposed pipes blend well with elegent styling. Good atmosphere, attentive service, up and coming location. Great with kids too as there is a play area.
International brasserie at D’Deck in Discovery Bay.
A no-reservations restaurant that’s always popular due to the delightful plates of tapas style dishes that are created in the central open kitchen. It’s a bit of a squeeze and you may find yourself waiting for a table, but the food makes the wait worthwhile.
A quaint neighbourhood restaurant offering food that is a blend of Dutch and French cuisines. Chef Patrick Verhoeven serves a combination of French influenced tapas with a selection of main course dishes. The caramel waffles are absolutely delicious! Mon – Sun: 12:00 – 23:00
Family owned, no frills restaurant serving good quality Shanghai food. Daily 11:30-4am
Located in Sheung Wan’s cooked food market, this isn’t your average offering that one would usually expect to find in an indoor dai pai dong. The food is great, a mix of European dishes including risotto, scallops, and their speciality suckling pig. This is a great place to go for something a little different, and …
The third Hong Kong restaurant of famed British Chef, Jason Atherton, Aberdeen Street Social at PMQ offers modern British Cuisine in a large two storey setting. There’s a casual open plan restaurant and bar on the ground floor which spills out onto the patio, while the the upper floor features a contemporary restaurant offering refined …