Going out for weekend brunches is a ritual that a lot of couples in Hong Kong have adopted. And for us, these brunches involve exploring new Japanese restaurants for their sushi and sashimi lunch sets. Quality sushi restaurants usually charge an arm and a leg for their omakase dinner’s, so by trying their lunch sets first (which are significantly cheaper) allows us to decide whether we would like to go back for the chef’s selection.
Kishoku, located just behind Times Square on Yiu Wa Street, is one of those restaurants where you would want to try their omakase dinner’s. Read more >>
I’m here to share with you another addition to the growing Sai Ying Pun food scene, Stack. Tucked away on the corner of Third Street, this funky joint serves American-style pancakes both day and night. Not to be confused with the typical All Day Breakfast restaurant’s like the Flying Plan, Stack serves a creative dinner menu of sweet and savory pancakes designed to be paired with cocktails. Read more >>
I’ve always found it exhilarating to discover new restaurants with great food unexpectedly. Last Friday evening, hubby and I were strolling along High Street in Sai Ying Pun to find some food to fill our growling stomachs. We stumbled upon U-Hang, and thinking it was a new Spanish tapas restaurant, we walked in without looking at the menu. A glance at the menu, and we realized it was a Korean resto!
Heads up, the photos here are taken with my new iPhone 6 camera (touched up a bit in Lightroom), tell me what you think of the quality?
If you live in HK you’ve heard of Yung Kee and the courtroom battles of the family feuding over ownership splashed across the pages of newspapers. Yung Kee, which specializes in roasted goose, was founded by Kam Shui Fai in the 1940’s and over the years have become a multi-million empire. Read more >>
Yun Yan has a reputation of serving authentic Sichuan dishes in HK, but I’ve never tried them until they moved to their new Times Square location in Causeway Bay. Owned by the Mira group, they were previously located in the Miramar Shopping Centre for over 20 years. Read more >>
Gordon Ramsay’s Bread Street Kitchen has opened it’s doors in Hong Kong’s LKF Hotel. For the last month it has been in its soft opening stages and just a couple of days ago, they had their opening launch.
This morning I saw a snippet from CNBC’s interview with Gordon Ramsay in Hong Kong, and I found it amusing that he took a shot at Jamie Oliver for not attending his own opening of Jamie’s Italian in HK.