Food

Hong Kong Dining Guide (Autumn 2017)

If you’re in (or travelling to) Hong Kong and looking for places to eat this season, check out the autumn 2017 edition of the Hong Kong Dining Guide. Excited to have had the opportunity to put this together, and showcase some of our city’s most exciting meals and the chefs behind them. Published by Hong Kong Living, the Guide will reach about 25k Hong Kongers…and hopefully a few visitors looking for

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Restaurant Review: Umai’s Sanma Dishes for Autumn

Ah, autumn. A season of sunshine, blue skies and just slightly cooler temperatures – basically, it still feels like summer in Hong Kong. In Japan, however, autumn is in full swing, which means it’s sanma season. Sanma is also known as the mackerel pike or the Pacific saury. It’s a fatty, oily fish that’s especially fatty in the autumn and thus the most prized. Lucky for us, some local restaurants are bringing it

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Cafe Review: Urban Coffee Roaster at C-Dou

There’s no shortage of good cafés in Hong Kong, but we’re always excited when another one opens. The newest one to hit our fair city is Urban Coffee Roaster’s six-month pop-up on Pound Lane in Sheung Wan. C-dou, an arts and culture rental space, has been transformed into the sort of leafy green, warm wood, sunlit spot that’s perfect for lazy weekends. UCR already has two locations in Kowloon (Prince Edward and TST), but this

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Review: Motorino’s First Pizza-making Party

This past Saturday, Italian-American eatery Motorino hosted their first public pizza-making party at their Wanchai location. Previously, guests could book out the restaurant for private or kids‘ parties, but this was the first time the event had been open to the public. At each party, up to 30 people can sign up to eat their heart out in antipasti, enjoy two glasses of wine or beer, learn from Motorino staff and chefs

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