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8 Alfresco Restaurants in Hong Kong
Beach Life Pui O Beach’s Mavericks opened last summer to great fanfare, and continues to be popular with life city escapees. It’s a relaxed getaway that’s particularly known for its craft beer selection— think Hawaiian Kona brews—as well as sliders and…
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Ngau Saam Gun, Secret Ingredient French Special, DK Cuppa Tea Sheung Wan
It’s All About That Beef Cow might not be the most popular animal in Cantonese cuisine, but butcher Frankie Wai is looking to change all that with Ngau Saam Gun (Shop A, G/F, 148 Wellington St., Central, 2865-6899), a beef-centric venue…
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Hong Kong's 12 Best Coffee Shops
Knockbox Your Socks Off  Having since retired from its Sheung Wan digs in 2011, Knockbox Coffee has become one of the standing fixtures of the Mong Kok hipster enclave on Hak Po Street. This place takes its coffee seriously: what you get is…
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Chibee, Babbo, Yin Yang
Seoul Food Korean Fried Chicken continues to dominate the scene, and Chibee (7/F, Circle Plaza, 499 Hennessy Rd., Causeway Bay, 2838-5777) is one of the latest to capitalize on the craze. This CWB KFC joint offers its poultry in different flavors:…
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Burgers are still going strong in 2015, and now the Black Sheep group is in on the action. Behold Burger Circus, Hong Kong’s latest American...
March, 2015
American
Chef Jack Carson of Restoration has FINALLY opened up his southern fried chicken shack in K-Town. Praise be!
March, 2015
Cantonese
Braised chicken and shallots
Restaurateur Yenn Wong’s Meen & Rice harks back to basic Cantonese staples, like congee, rice noodles and rice, but with an edgier, updated...
March, 2015
Fusion
Outfitted with old-school Thai iconography, this two-story restaurant has the trendy vintage-industrial vibe down pat. But there’s substance...
February, 2015
Singaporean
Tucked away in the back corner of a Tsim Sha Tsui East shopping mall is this no-frills Malaysian restaurant, serving up all the classics. HIT It...
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Dessert
Where Festival Walk’s rink-side skate shop previously stood, dessert cafe Sweetology has given the space a sugary makeover, all neutral toned...
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Japanese
Tucked away on Wo On Lane is this yakitori joint we didn’t even know existed. It has a welcoming setting—an open kitchen takes up most of...
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BBQ
This mezzanine space on the corner of Hillier Street is a small spot to down Asahis and snack on barbecued meat. HIT The service at Woo Tung was...
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