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We could all use a little treat these days so let’s liven up our at-home dining with one of these fun options!
Kick back on the rooftop and sip this perfect chilled summer drink at Maison Libanaise.
Breakfast on the beach sounds like a plan! #weekendplans
Nothing beats the good old Sunday Roast!
The hard-working mums of Hong Kong are well and truly in need of a treat for 2020, and Chilli Fagara and Feather & Bone are ready to level-up those kiddy cooking skills to give mums the delicious meals-at-home that they deserve.
Who’s ready to play chef and enjoy an indulgent steak dinner at home?
Top vegetarian chefs will battle it out with their most tantalizing vegetarian creations at this 4-night pop-up in March.
Inspiration for your next weekend brunch.
Enjoy some Italian black truffle goodness at Divino Group until 31 March. Choose from their specially created truffle dishes or ask them to add truffle to anything on the menu – even your pizza!
Head to Statement for a tasty modern take on the classic British afternoon tea, and a welcome glass of Ruinart champagne.
We tried a Middle Eastern brunch at FRANCIS and here’s what we thought.
Does the food at Hue live up to the stunning views?
Let’s take a walk around Sai Ying Pun, where we’ve found a fantastic selection of restaurants, cafes, pubs and quaint neighbourhood eateries for you to try.
Whether you’re looking for a quick pre-theatre bite, something to fuel a big night out or a lazy weekend brunch, we’ve got lots of inspiration for you in this guide to where to eat and drink in Wan Chai.