Hot surrounds, hotter Thai food.
The new kid on a very cool block (if we do say so ourselves; it’s right by our office), Chachawan brings authentic northern Thai creations to the neighborhood. When we arrived at peak hours, a warm hostess immediately offered us seats at the kitchen counter...
Oct 28 2013 - 3:14pm
Despite the address (and the name), Tapas a’Peel doesn’t sit on Peel Street: the entrance is actually on Man Hing Lane, just south of the corner of Hollywood and Peel.
And also despite the name, it’s not all tapas either. With a combination of meze, antipasti and tapas,...
Aug 27 2013 - 6:24pm
Trendy yakitori joint Three Monkeys is a Sheung Wan hotspot at night. Enjoy cocktails galore or craft beers imported from one of Japan's top breweries.
Aug 23 2013 - 6:31pm
The Aussie joint offers a selection of whites and reds as well as, of course, bubbles. Expect the likes of Savignons and Chardonnays by the glass or bottle; if you want to go all out, a bottle of Louis Roederer's Cristal can be yours for $5,800.
Aug 23 2013 - 6:07pm
If a restaurant can be described as “darling” then this tiny, new-ish edition to the Sheung Wan dining scene is the just darndest thing. Bang on the corner of Queen’s Road West and Hollywood Road, TQH serves up a simple Japanese take on everyone’s Italian food favorites.
Aug 16 2013 - 12:00am
You can’t miss this gallery in classic Agnès b. style—simple and with a clever use of whites and space. The only Agnès b. gallery outside Paris, it holds regular exhibitions of international and local artists. The dynamic space allows for a wide range of artwork from photography,...
Jul 31 2013 - 5:07pm
The Spanish invasion continues with Numero 15, the casual cousin of relocated Mesa 15. Both restos are run under chef Alejandro Sanchez from Barcelona, who used to own a Michelin-starred resto called Restaurante Alejandro in sunny Andalucia. At Numero 15, you’re getting uber-trendy tapas such...
Jul 22 2013 - 5:28pm