A consistent winner in this rapidly changing city.
If Wes Anderson designed a space that was turned into a dim sum restaurant, John Anthony would be it.
Cool atmosphere, or at least with an epic view of the harbour.
Out of 44,000 restaurants, here are the true gems.
I’ve never before lived in a city whose culture seems to so closely link food and friendship.
Dai Pai Dong left me with unrealistic expectations of the good life.
Island East Market is open every Sunday.
Rooftop bars, cocktail lounges, and good old American-style pubs.
Beertopia showcases that Hong Kong’s craft beer scene is only expanding.
Tsui Wah is a perfectly weird juxtaposition of Cantonese and Western food elements that will leave your taste buds longing for more.