Fishteria is the oddly-named Queens Road East spot where seafood seems in safe hands under the watchful gaze of chef Gianni.
With two Michelin stars, Tin Lung Heen at the Ritz Carlton is one of the world’s most acclaimed Cantonese restaurants. It’s also the highest, at 102 floors up above the West Kowloon Cultural District, somewhere which seems to have been under construction since I moved to Hong Kong eleven years ago. It’s a very elegant …
Emporio Antico in Wan Chai is part tasting lounge, part restaurant, where fine wines and produce sit side by side.
The Hong Kong food truck farce has already been well documented. Suffice to say that our government has managed to take something which has inspired and enriched cities around the world and turn it into a bureaucratic cluster fuck, serving only the needs of existing corporations and roundly ignoring those who could have made our …
Elephant Grounds is a welcome addition to Fashion Walk with friendly service and decent food at very fair prices. It also means you don’t have to go anywhere near Minh and Kok.
The Datai in Langkawi is a comically-beautiful resort that you won’t want to leave – and is worth visiting for their beef rendang alone.
The Parish in Soho is the latest incarnation of a familiar spot, one where the cuisine of New Orleans and Louisiana is celebrated with oysters, gumbo, fried chicken and more.
Aqua Shard takes the breath away with its views and celebration of beautiful British produce at the peak of their season.
Figaro is a compact stage for the seriously talented Jon Irwin to show that an Englishman can match the French at their own game