Commissary mashes up the Deep South with Southern California and a bit of Mexico to good effect in Pacific Place
12,000 francs in Soho is the latest home for Conor Beach’s considerable skills, where preservation is celebrated in its myriad guises
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.
In the footsteps of Sir Edward, the inventive dishes at Tivo in K-Ville make me wonder why I’d not headed out this way for lunch before.
The Continental in Hong Kong is now under the command of chef Joey Sergentakis who delivers some sensational dishes at a memorable dinner. Even my photos looked happy to be there.
The Seafood Room makes a big statement with its size and decor, while the kitchen delivers consistently-strong plates from fish expert James Cornwall.
The Flying Pig shows that the city’s insatiable appetite for pork shows no sign of abating, with this excellent and laid-back Sai Ying Pun joint celebrating it in every form imaginable.
Young chef Chris Ma continues to grow with some standout dishes at Fish School in Sai Ying Pun – a great spot, once you’ve found it.
Saam sits halfway up Graham Street, a steep incline that seems a perfect barometer for the Hong Kong restaurant industry. Some places have quickly come and gone, some have remained and become old favourites, while others can’t seem to be able to make their mind up. It’s a slightly odd name but Saam is the Afrikaans …