We tried a Middle Eastern brunch at FRANCIS and here’s what we thought.
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.
If you want to ‘get away from it all’ then Lower Cheung Sha beach in South Lantau is the place to go. This beach has wonderful views of Lantau’s hills and is also home to some fabulous laidback beach restaurants.
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.
The former Central Police Station, also known as Tai Kwun has undergone major renovations and is now re-opened as an arts and heritage center.
The top eats and drinks in Tai Hang.
Seth’s a blogger with a passion for off the beaten path explorations around Hong Kong and beyond, so we couldn’t wait to hear what he’d discovered in his own backyard – Kennedy Town.
‘Tis the season! Create your own Christmas tradition by taking the kids for a festive visit to the Flower Market and use our guide to help you plan.
If all that Sham Shui Po shopping has left you feeling a little peckish, let us introduce you to some of our favourite eateries in the area. You’re spoilt for choice in this district and can find everything from great coffee or burgers through to delicious dim sum and even a hot spot for pigs liver and instant noodles – we’ll let you judge that one for yourselves!
Get ready to explore the cafés and restaurants of Shek Tong Tsui. This vibrant district between Kennedy Town and Sai Ying Pun has lots of character, and that mix of old and new that we just love about Hong Kong. Taking HKU MTR as our starting point we’ve picked out some of our favourite spots for you to try.