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The temperature is rising, autumn is waning and it’s time to emerge from your winter hibernation with the best new dining experiences in Hong Kong for April.

With cityscape views from its balcony and rooftop, chic cocktail bar Tokyo Confidential has opened in the Japanese capital’s Azabujuban neighborhood.

Teppanyaki Mihara Goten, the brainchild of renowned chef Terufumi Mihara, has opened in Hong Kong’s Causeway Bay.

Featuring top local brewers, the Tong Chong Street Market’s Beer Festival returns with a thrilling beer playground.

We talk culinary concepts and innovative cocktail pairing with Singular Concepts co-founder and beverage director Gagan Gurung.

With the arrival of luxurious new Residences, New Zealand’s The Lodge at Kauri Cliffs continues to captivate guests from both home and abroad.

IWC Schaffhausen reimagines its Big Pilot’s Watch Perpetual Calendar Top Gun Lake Tahoe in white ceramic.

If you’re looking to align your chakras and find inner peace, you’re in luck as Hong Kong’s Island Shangri-La opens Yun Wellness.

Hong Kong has a new tenderloin temple with the opening of Carver at the Crowne Plaza Causeway Bay.

Named after the city’s notorious izakaya district, Yurakucho delivers the coveted energy of Tokyo’s vibrant hidden foodie streets to Central Hong Kong.

Hot on the tails of its Vol 1 Session, Shelter Bali will host its Shelter Sessions Vol 2 on June 10, welcoming acclaimed chefs Stephen Moore and Andrew Walsh.

At new Japanese restaurant Artifact, caviar is celebrated in all its forms, with head chef Kiyoshi Sato honouring the history and diversity of this luxurious ingredient.

Celebrated Tokyo-based Izakaya Nakame No Teppen opens its first overseas branch in Hong Kong’s Tsim Sha Tsui.

We check into one of Jakarta’s most iconic and beloved hotels, Gran Meliá Jakarta, to see how this hotel has evolved with the changing times.

Ozakaya, a new eatery in Hong Kong’s Wan Chai district showcases the flavours of Japan’s commercial capital, Osaka,

Led by sushi master Hisayoshi Iwa and his protege Tsukasa Kaneko, Sushi Hisayoshi is the newest addition to Hong Kong’s culinary landscape.