It’s the impossible list, the reflection of a year of dining experiences which prove, despite everything, that Hong Kong is still one of the world’s greatest restaurant cities. These are not in any order of preference – and there are always some which I will have shamefully neglected or forgotten. Some may say they’re too …
Mott 32 continue to serve flawless versions of iconic Chinese dishes in funky subterranean surroundings.
A night of impeccable, genuine flavours and great fun in Tai Tam reveals how a little corner of Havana can be successfully transplanted a very long way.
New Punjab Club on Wyndham St. has made Indian cuisine sexy again with bold flavours, impeccable service, a brilliant soundtrack…and lamb chops to make you weep tandoori tears of joy.
Locanda dell´Angelo in the unlikely locale of Happy Valley serves up some of the very best Italian cuisine in Hong Kong.
Pici in Wan Chai serve some of the best-value, real-deal pastas I´ve seen in a long time. Forza!
Casa Lisboa on Wyndham serves a truly memorable lunch which reminds why Portugal is one of the world’s great – but unheralded – culinary destinations
A new arrival in Causeway Bay is the world’s only Michelin-starred ramen, Tsuta. Is it worth the hype – and the wait?
Cafe Gray is an old favourite for its views, consistency, service – and now a brilliant vegan tasting menu from chef Eric Räty.