To toast the end of the dry spell and to welcome the summer season, Woo Cheong Tea House has shaken up a range of innovative house cocktails made with Chinese teas.
You can now explore Hong Kong’s rich culture with a groundbreaking new cocktail tasting menu at the city’s newest speakeasy, 25:00 (Twenty Fifth Hour).
Hong Kong speakeasy DarkSide delves into the past to create new takes on forgotten classic cocktails with its new reopening menu.
Aqua’s new Italian restaurant Cantina promises to deliver authentic yet innovative cuisine to Tai Kwun.
It’s one of the most time-honoured classic cocktails, but there’s more to the deceptively simple martini than meets the eye. Here’s what you need to know.
A classic Hong Kong eatery has been revitalised and rebranded with the arrival of Ramato on Hollywood Road.
If you’re looking to cut down on red meat as part of a healthy push post-pandemic, JAJA brings a new vibrancy to Hong Kong’s vegetarian dining scene.
Just in time for early summer dining, Chutney delivers authentic Indian cuisine to central Hong Kong.
Two Michelin-starred Mosu Seoul by chef Sung Anh opens its first Hong Kong outpost at the city’s M+ Museum.
Hong Kong’s newest ode to Japanese beef, Ushio, offers a new take on classic Japanese yakiniku dining.
Adding a contemporary touch to classic Chinese cuisine, Chinesology by Mira Dining is the perfect post-lockdown destination.
Hong Kong burger concept Boy n Burger presents new Japan-inspired limited-edition specials
Delivering the culinary essence of the Tang Dynasty in sophisticated, contemporary fashion, Chineseology has opened at Hong Kong’s IFC Mall.
Hong Kong One Michelin-starred Spanish x Japanese restaurant Andō launches new seasonal menu by chef Agustin Balbi.
Bringing a modern take to Japanese kappa-style dining to Central Hong Kong, Nagamoto opens on On Lan Street.
Kuromaru, a new destination for vinyl-enthusiasts and cocktail-lovers, opens in Wan Chai.
This Valentine’s, despite on-going dining restrictions, you’ll still be spoiled for choice when it comes to romantic dining and staycations across Hong Kong. Here’s some of our tops picks.
Oenophiles have a reason to look forward to the end of the current dining restrictions with the return of one of Soho’s leading wine-forward restaurants, PIIN.
When you’re looking for a cocktail the coats the inside with seasonal goodness, don’t overlook the unassuming White Russian.
Acclaimed chef Simon Rogan’s new venture, The Baker & The Bottleman, is a modern bakery and natural wine bar in Central Wan Chai.