It’s not a true HK cha chaan teng experience unless you are crammed shoulder-to-shoulder with your neighbors sitting on small stools.
A truly spectacular meal at Umberto Bombana’s 3* Michelin Star restaurant in Hong Kong.
Delicious Thai food in Hong Kong worth the queue.
From Momofuku baos in New York to street baos in Shanghai, I just cannot resist those fluffy steamed buns packed with meat and veggies. Little Bao in Hong Kong serves chic baos with choices of pork, chicken, fish, and mushroom sandwiched between white bao halves.
Upon hearing I like Earl Grey, my foodie friend immediately recommended this gelateria that sells Earl Grey gelato.
Zuma is a contemporary Japanese restaurant located in The Landmark building in Hong Kong. Everything in this building will cost you a vital organ or two. My friend and I opted for the Daikoku tasting menu set at HKD$970 per person. We regret nothing.
We went momentarily insane and decided to eat rabbit food–I mean at a vegetarian restaurant. I think it was the happy hour (discount on martinis and beers) that lured us in. For a vegetarian restaurant, it was better than I expected but I will not be going to any more vegetarian restaurants by choice any time soon.
22 Ships is a Spanish tapas restaurant named after its location at 22 Ship Street and is owned by Michelin-starred chef Jason Atherton and hotelier and restaurateur Yenn Wong. The dishes tasted expectantly good and there’s not much more I can ask for when dishes taste exactly how I think they should taste.