Cantonese, London

Cantonese Cantonese food, from Guangdong Province, is the Chinese style most familiar to Western tastes buds, thanks to the area’s many emigrants who set up dining establishments around the globe. The Cantonese roast duck at Four Seasons (12 Gerrard St, W1D 5PR; 020 7494 0870) is rightly well-known throughout London and beyond– the Financial Times […]


FUMI Another Japanese addition, FUMI just recently opened in the ever-popular Lan Kwai Fong nightlife district in Central. From its 6th flooring perch inside California Tower, the restaurant guarantees to take diners on a cooking journey around Japan. That indicates yakitori skewers, ramen noodles, full kaiseki set menus, sushi, sashimi and Wagyu beef will all […]

Sushi Saito, HK

Sushi Saito Hong Kong’s Four Seasons hotel currently has 5 Michelin stars to its name, and the forthcoming opening of storied Sushi Saito dining establishment is yet another feather in its cap. Slated to open this March, the Hong Kong place marks the very first international venture for famous Chef Takashi Saito, behind the three-Michelin-starred […]

New Punjab Club, HK

New Punjab Club. New Punjab Club hong kong brand-new dining establishments. New Punjab Club’s meals from the tandoor are the stars. Courtesy New Punjab Club. Hong Kong has historically been rather bereft of quality South Asian restaurants, which makes the New Punjab Club a noteworthy entrant. With Michelin-starred chef Palash Mitra (previously of London’s Gymkhana) […]

La Vache, HK

La Vache! La Vache isn’t entirely brand-new to Hong Kong– a location currently exists in Soho– however the just recently opened Tsim Sha Tsui branch brings the pleasure of endless steak fries to Kowloon. The steakhouse just does one thing, but they do it well. The simple yet reliable set menu starts with a big […]

La Rambla, HK

La Rambla. A couple of Hong Kong addresses come more desired than the International Finance Centre, which towers over the city’s well-known Victoria Harbour. New Spanish restaurant La Rambla managed to protect a piece of prime realty inside IFC– complete with a 100-seat balcony and enviable views. From this lofty harborside address, Chef Ferran Tadeo […]

Beet, HK

Beet. Beet hong kong brand-new dining establishments. Try BBB– Barry’s Bread and Butter–, and you’ll see why chef Barry Quek is proud to put his name to the food.   Found in the Gough Street neighborhood– a popular dining and shopping enclave on the western edge of Central– Beet is a welcome addition to the […]

Forbidden Duck, HK

Forbidden Duck. Self-styled “Demon Chef” Alvin Leung needs no introduction to Hong Kong diners. Behind three-Michelin-starred Bo Innovation and upscale Bib n Hop Korean restaurants, the epic chef deals with standard Chinese favorites in his latest venture: Forbidden Duck. Found in distinguished Times Square tower, the Chinese restaurant serves classics Cantonese staples, such as dim […]

The Big Sur, HK

The Big Sur. The name (a tribute to the famous coastline), woody interiors and adequate alfresco area set the scene for an authentic West Coast experience. On the menu, you’ll find barbecue meals like Santa Maria Tri-Tip (typically slow-cooked over an open flame), whole seabass and pulled pork hamburgers. Latin American flavors play a major […]

Yardbird, HK

Yardbird. Yardbird hong kong new restaurants. Hong Kong’s go-to yakitori location has a new area and larger menu. Yardbird, famed for its beak-to-tail yakitori (skewered chicken) and top-notch cocktails, has been a go-to for locals and visitors alike because of the opening in the city’s Soho district in 2011. Late in 2015, the team moved the […]