Lazy weekend brunches and lunches with kids are definitely do-able if you choose the right restaurants. This selection of family-friendly spots should keep the whole gang happy.
Eating out in Sai Ying Pun - restaurants, cafes, pubs and quaint neighbourhood eateries.
Make New Year's Eve a truly memorable one at one of these NYE parties with amazing views.
Something for foodies to get excited about! The first ever Taste of Hong Kong festival is coming to Central Harbourfront from 10 to 13 March. Taste will host some of HK’s hottest restaurants (Aberdeen Street Social, Amber, Arcane, CHINO, Duddell’s, Serge et le phoque, Tin Lung Heen, Tosca, Yardbird and RŌNIN, with more to be …
If you are staying in Hong Kong for Christmas, but don't want to eat at home, we've put together 10 well-priced dining options that come in between HK$288-HK$999 per head.
Zuma's new Saturday Sessions are the ideal brunch for those who want Saturday afternoons to seamlessly blend into Saturday nights. Free-flow cocktails, platters of sushi and robota plus a live DJ ensure this is the ideal place to celebrate the weekend in style.
Take your breakfast pancakes to the next level with the help of Chef Que Vinh Dang of Quest
Where to eat, drink and grab coffee this month. We do the hard work, so you don't have to!
It's summer in Hong Kong and it's HOT. There's no time for wandering around looking for the next hot (cool) spot so let our article do the leg work for you - here are our recommendations for where to eat and drink this month.
Stuck for inspiration on where to eat, grab coffee or have cocktails this month. Our columnist Sarah Richard has been out and about all month eating and drinking her way around the city, and brings us her top picks.
Sheung Wan Guide: The best coffee shops, cafes, lunch and dinner spots plus bars. Explore Sheung Wan.
The Kowloon Culinary Wanderwalk is a three hour gastronomic tour of Hong Kong's local cuisine including Noodles, Wontons, Xiao Long Bao and a few surprises!
The gourmet's guide to Hong Kong on the trends in the Hong Kong dining scene. Understand just how much Hong Kongers love to eat.