Browsing: dinner

Secret Theatre’s acclaimed artistic director Richard Crawford is back in town with A Bonded City, a new world premiere set in a new secret location.

Expand your wine repertoire at wine/coffee omakase mato, where sommelier Wallace Lo showcases bottles from more unusual grapes and independent wineries.

Helmed by industry stalwarts and located in Bali’s vibrant Berawa, Mosto is Indonesia’s first natural wine bar.

New Hong Kong opening Mato combines the best of the worlds of wine and coffee in one elegant location.

Tsim Sha Tsui East’s vibrant waterfront has a new culinary destination with the opening of Mediterranean restaurant Mulino.

An intimate new mixological homage to all things Iberian, Lola is the sexiest new opening in Hong Kong this season.

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

Hong Kong’s newest Italian restaurant, Castellana pays homage to the culinary landscape and culture of Northern Italy’s Piedmont region.

Keen to explore the world of schnaps? We chat with Hirakawa Katsuhisa, group beverage manager of Epicurean Group, about its latest venture, Schnitzel & Schnaps.

Crystal Leung checks out Hong Kong’s Sushi Rin, the city’s newest shrine to Edomae.

One of Hong Kong’s favourite Latin American restaurants, Soho’s ChullsChick, is opening new digs on Wan Chai’s Moon Street.

As winter approaches, you might want to fortify yourself with the fare and traditional spirits of Central Europe. Fortunately, Schnitzel & Schnaps has opened in the heart of Central Hong Kong.

Spanning over two floors, rooftop restaurant and bar Kaboom is the newest addition to Kowloon’s leisure drinking scene

Located at H Queens in Central Hong Kong, Mona at Pazzi Isshokenmei Shakes up the City’s Speakeasy Scene With Japanese-inspired libations.

Combining Latin flavours with European and Asian flair, Santanera brings a burst of flavour to Bali’s dynamic dining scene.

Taking its name from the lands surrounding the Mediterranean Sea that share its mild, sun-kissed climate, Basin is set to become Hong Kong’s next go-to dining destination.