Top Mooncakes (or Things That Look Like Mooncakes) in Hong Kong
For… Health Freak Parentals Got parents watching their diet? They’ll love K11’s Mooncake gift set ($398 per box), which are traditional varieties with egg yolk and white lotus paste, made with low sugar. Collaborating with historic moon cake masters at Tai…
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Alibi
This wine bar and restaurant in what used to be Langham Place and is now Cordis serves up simple, familiar dishes made with fresh, high-end ingredients from all over the world. HIT We started the meal off right with a big…
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Hoi Hing Long Restaurant
Hoi Hing Long is a small cha chaan teng that most travelers to Peng Chau would pass over, given the more attractive- seeming seafood restaurants that line the streets. But the locals certainly don’t do seafood everyday, and it was…
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Bangkok's Issaya Comes to Hong Kong, Twenty Six by Liberty Opens, El Mercado Brings Nikkei to Wan Chai
Taoist Chow Liberty group has rebranded Liberty Private Works to Twenty Six by Liberty (26/F, Stanley 11, 11 Stanley St., Central, 5186-3282), complete with new chef. Bjoern Alexander, who was heading the Whisk kitchen over at The Mira before crossing the…
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Dimsum
Lo Dim—a tongue-in-cheek slang term meaning “you’re fooling me” is a nifty fusion-ish dim sum joint covered in magazine...
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European
Hidden away in an industrial building in Ngau Tai Kok, Tfvsjs Café is run by four members of the indie post-rock band of the same name. Guess we all...
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Malaysian
Nam Ah has been around (more or less) since 1964, and was one of the earliest restos in Hong Kong to serve Singaporean/Malaysian fare, but it’s...
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Foodtruck-inspired joint Boomshack is one of the newer establishments to infiltrate Wo On Lane. You’ll find American burgers and tacos on the...
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