Posto Pubblico delivers classic Italian dishes using the best local ingredients in a relaxed and casual setting.
Browsing: Eating Out
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.
Pololi has a laid-back, welcoming and friendly atmosphere and serves amazing Poke (poh-keh) bowls with Kona beer for a true Hawaiian experience.
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.
Butao Ramen is a Hakata-style ramen house with four branches in Central, Causeway Bay, TST and Shatin. The wooden, steam-filled interior and the noren flags hanging along the bar will immediately transport you to Japan and the bowls of steaming ramen will have you going back again and again.
Brandie is an American living in Hong Kong with a British husband, a Chinese pug and a Parisian soul. Her “Happy Places” column for The HK HUB is inspired by her favourite things to do in and around Hong Kong – eat, drink, hike and travel.
Hong Kong’s Top 10 off the beaten track restaurants – inspiration for restaurants away from the well trodden streets of Central.
The HK HUB reviews Steak Frites by the Butchers Club. Located in SoHo, Hong Kong, the restaurant offers dry aged beef, fries, and a secret menu of other dishes.
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Hong Kong’s Top 10 Gluten Free/Celiac Friendly Restaurants & Cafes from Urban Health Limited. Where to eat out safely if you are gluten free or celiac.