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Eating at Main St. deli, with prices 10 years ago.

Eating at Main St. deli, with prices 10 years ago. April 25, 2011 | Food, What's New | Read More
You have to make a reservation so call 2375 1133 beforehand and there are (sneaky) limitations too since you have to visit between 5pm to 7pm on Mondays only but guess what; Main St. Deli is celebrating its 10 year anniversary, and you can get five star authentic Main St. Deli best sellers at the original...

Best Tapioca Tea, Bubble Teas and Chinese Herbal Tea

Best Tapioca Tea, Bubble Teas and Chinese Herbal Tea March 27, 2011 | Food | Read More
Looks like the craze for bubble tea is going to regain momentum in the coming spring and summer months. Gong Cha Bubble Milk Tea The trend started in Taiwan about 30 years ago and has since spread around the world, reaching consumers as far away as North America. In Hong Kong when people feel like its...

Hong Kong Top 5 Romantic Restaurants for Valentine’s Day

Hong Kong Top 5 Romantic Restaurants for Valentine’s Day January 30, 2011 | Food, Romantic, What's New | Read More
1. Splurge How does Guanaja Chocolate Soufflé with Cactus Flower Jelly and Citrus Cocktail Sorbet, and Piémont Hazelnut with Chocolate, Latte Foam and Citrus Nut Ice Cream, appeal to your taste buds? These are just some of the items on the new a la carte dessert menu at Caprice, prepared by Chef Marike...

Christmas dinner at Hong Kong Michelin Restaurants 2011 Part 1

Christmas dinner at Hong Kong Michelin Restaurants 2011 Part 1 December 3, 2010 | Five Star, Food, What's New | Read More
Hong Kong restaurants that have made it into the Hong Kong Michelin Awards 2011 (米芝蓮指南香港澳門 2011) are some of the cheapest restaurants in the whole world.  Fresh from the oven, a total of 257 restaurants and hotels are listed and 64 out of 257 restaurants are rising star novelties...

Lan Kwai Fong Beer Fest: 17-18th July

Lan Kwai Fong Beer Fest: 17-18th July July 16, 2010 | Events, Food, free, Nightlife, Things to Do, What's New | Read More
Pack your pint glasses, don your dirndl, grab those lederhosen – the Lan Kwai Fong beer festival is back. The two-day party starts at 1pm on Saturday. For all those with post World Cup blues this could be the perfect antidote. Sample food from around the world, listen to live music, get your groove...

Hong Kong Snacks

Hong Kong Snacks July 8, 2010 | Food, What's New | Read More
Even though supermarket food might not be the most convenient of places to hit up for a meal, Hong Kong supermarkets have many nooks and crannies that are littered with all sorts of interesting Hong Kong snacks. Nissan cup noodles, dried mangoes, Calbee Jagabee, popcorn and tofu dessert amongst the vast...

Cheap food in Hong Kong for $5

Cheap food in Hong Kong for $5 June 18, 2010 | Food | Read More
I am a little late in bringing Tsim Chai Kee to your attention, but better late than never!  Hong Kong has so many hole-in-the-wall noodle eateries that it would not do it justice to say that Tsim Chai Kee has been a long-time neighbourhood favourite for its authentic and flavourful noodles. A Michellin...

The $5 Lunch Challenge: Brunch Club

The $5 Lunch Challenge: Brunch Club June 16, 2010 | Food | Read More
By Phillippa Stewart Nestled away in a back street of Soho lies one of Hong Kong’s hidden gems – Brunch Club. Brunch Club is not known for being cheap but if you are on a budget try the soup of the day. Their French onion soup is particularly superb and costs HK$45 (around $5.70) Unsurprisingly...

The $5 Lunch Challenge: Tim Ho Wan

The $5 Lunch Challenge: Tim Ho Wan June 9, 2010 | Food, Things to Do | Read More
Photo: http://www.flickr.com/photos/chikawatanabe/4099148301 Hong Kong is home to the world’s cheapest Michelin starred restaurant so where better to grab lunch for less than $5? Tim Ho Wan, is a small restaurant in Mongkok. It can only sit 20 people and there are always long queues to get in –...

Wanchai Nightlife and Restaurants

Wanchai Nightlife and Restaurants April 7, 2010 | Food, Nightlife | Read More
Wanchai is not just the Suzie Wong Red light district anymore.  It might not be known as the the area for best pub food, but that may be changing. These pubs in Wanchai are known only to entice the local crowd and for delicious pub food. For sports fans, the wow factor is definitely Trafalgar’s...
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