Ever wanted to cook in someone else’s kitchen? Here’s my piece for CNN looking at ten culinary pop-ups happening this year, from here in Hong Kong to New York, ‘Straya and more.
Why not try one of the reviews below?
Moi Moi in Central comes from Luke Nguyen, an affable Vietnamese-Aussie chef whose face will doubtless be familiar
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.
TokyoLima promises Nikkei cuisine on Lyndhurst Terrace from the chef formerly at Chicha
Take seven extraordinary dishes from seven iconic Parisian restaurants for a true gastro porn fest.
Omakase specialist Kishoku in Causeway Bay reminds that in Hong Kong you often need to look up from street level to get some of the best food – and best deals – around.
Bizou in Pacific Place finally put Grappa’s out of its misery and proves a winner with a well-executed selection of global plates with the emphasis firmly on flavour over presentation.
Kaum brings a burst of Indonesian sunshine and colour, both on the plates and in the decor, on a grey March day