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.
The Sultan’s Table is more than just a Mediterranean Restaurant but is a Shisha Lounge and Bar as well. The concept serves lunch and weekend brunch with a spread of Mediterranean favorites ranging from Adana Kebap to several vegetarian options. The sophisticated restaurant is ideal for any special occasion, whether it’s a romantic first date
MEATS is the first ‘meat bar’ of it’s kind in Hong Kong. There’s no service charge and no reservations at this no-frills restaurant. They offer a straight-forward menu of sharing-style dishes featuring both traditional and unconventional cuts of meat prepared to bring out the best flavours using mastered techniques such as house-smoking, rotisserie and grilling
This walk-in restaurant in the heart of Hong Kong’s Soho offers authentic street food from Liberdade, the Japanese district in Sao Paulo, Brazil. The restaurant uses Brazilian ingredients and prepares them using a Japanese cooking style. The restaurant is open for dinner and has a bar. The lively restaurant has a distinctive atmosphere and the
This restaurant devoted completely to pasta is from the same masterminds that created Pirata and The Optimist. The menu has some starters and desserts, but otherwise is basically all pasta. The high-quality pasta is fresh-made in house. The welcoming atmosphere and simple decor perfectly compliment the delicious, Italian pasta dishes.
If you like steak, then La Vache is the perfect restaurant. Serving only Entrecote steak with house sauce, salad and fries, there’s no menu at all – just tell your server how you want your steak. The interior is much like a traditional french bistro – wooden tables and red and white tablecloths. HK$258 per
Chom Chom brings Vietnamese street food to the streets of SoHo. Vietnam-born Chef Peter Cuong Franklin’s menu is packed with tasty dishes that are ideal for pairing with the selection of regional beers. Dishes are designed for sharing and it’s a great spot to hang out with friends.