Imperial Treasure in TST is well worth the hop for top quality produce and the mother of all suckling pigs
A perfect Peking duck makes Dragon Noodles Academy in Central a go to, especially when the meat just keeps on coming.
Deng G is the latest Sichuan spot in town, where solid execution of classic dishes could benefit from a raised notch in the spice volume.
Pak Loh Chiu Chow reveals a new frontier of Chinese cuisine featuring a sauce stock to make hipsters weep.
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 …
Tai Hing Roast Meats offer charred honey pork the colour of mahogany in no fewer than 55 spots across town.
Dim Dim Sum in the nether regions of Causeway Bay serve consistently good dim sum classics, in a joint beloved by local and global chefs. Just bring your earplugs to accompany the excellent cheap eats.
Kasa in Wan Chai takes classic Cantonese favourites and throws in European touches during an intriguing and largely successful dinner.
Destinasian is one of those rare publications, a travel magazine that still celebrates long format writing. A case in point, a piece for a recent issue on an ‘Extraordinary Experience’ set up by the Four Season Hong Kong involving a full day immersion into the wonderful world of dim sum. Cue a very rare invite …