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Tantalise your tastebuds with the highlights of HK’s gastro scene!

Authentic Singaporean and Malaysian classics such as chicken rice and laksa served in a casual setting.  Awarded the Michelin Bibs Gourmands in 2013.
The second Ship Street restaurant by Akrame Benallal, Atelier Vivanda is a simpler affair than its neighbour. Offering a starter, main and dessert for HK$448 per person, it focuses on great cuts of meat including veal carpaccio, Iberico pork rib and Black Angus steak. Unlike many restaurants of this ilk, Altelier Vivanda also offers unlimited side dishes …
Aulis Hong Kong, is the first international restaurant venture of  renowned British chef Simon Rogan. The restaurant is a branch of his revolutionary chef’s table and developmental kitchen, bringing a taste of two-Michelin-starred L’Enclume to Hong Kong. Expect the unexpected: an evening of fast-paced dynamism, entertaining theatrics and intimate interactions as chefs use the world’s most …
Delicious and authentic Turkish food.  No frills inside, but nice service, a great menu with everything from shish kebabs to delicious wraps and suited to children too. Open 11.30 – midnight Weekdays and 10.30 – midnight on weekends/holidays
Bao Wow serves both authentic Taiwanese Gua Bao and customizable baowiches with a modern twist. You will discover the freshly made baos in traditional Chinese bamboo steamers and you can customise them with your desired ingredients. A quick bite, a tasty snack or a meal on the run – with seasonal ingredients and the option …
Purveyors of some of Hong Kong’s finest coffee brewed by experts.  The industrial chic interior is a great place to take some time away and relax and upstairs they sell coffee beans and machinery for retail and commercial customers. Food served too, with pasta recommended.
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 …
Tucked away just off Gough Street, Basement is a great place to have a relaxed dinner with friends away from the frenetic pace of surrounding SoHo.
BBQ and BBQ Teppanyaki are two parts of the same restaurant.  Lying opposite each other, they make some of the best yakitori in town. Be sure to get there early, as both fill up quickly every night of the week.
Fine Tuscan cuisine, in a cozy and Italian styled restaurant with bottles of wine adorning the walls and paintings of the Italian coutryside to get you in the mood for the superb food.  The views over Causeway Bay are fabulous and the staff are attentive.