Apparently this is a small German Bakery in Hung Hom, that has made itself a name for providing one of the cities best Hot Dogs. Here is our Review!
I had seen their drinks popping up every then and now on my Instagram feed, so I had to go and see those cheesy duck glasses out by myself. Firstly I was impressed about the ambiance and vibe stepping into the Pottinger Hotel where the bar is situated in.
When Hong Kong’s famous Vietnamese Restaurant NhaTrang (with notoriously long queues all day) closed it’s doors last year I cried. Gone were the days of crab meat Pho, grilled mint squid, pandan leaf beef and kickass coffee. This is the review for VietKitchen, a possible contender!
Enter Toriyama Yakitori on Graham Street! It’s a tiny space, and I am not sure if they have planned to improve the rather plain interior design, but we took a chance, set down (in the empty place) and ordered a whole bunch of stuff – Our Review!
Gaucho is a new Argentinian Steak House, that has its origins in London, where we tried this gem first. Now situated at the old Carnevino location, we headed over for some perfectly cooked Steaks. Our Review!
The Bellbrook has arrived in Hong Kong to serve the deprived local Ozzies their Barbie Meats and local Beers. The quirky restaurant headed by chef David Laris is worth a try. Here is my Review.
The minds behind last years restaurant hits Ho Lee Fook, Motorino and Carbone have done it again, this time with an all American Burger place. The retro styled dinner doesn’t only serve the best smash hits of the 1960s in a full on styled place, it also serves amazing Burgers, here is our review!
These days I am happy to pay a premium for my drink, but for that to be in a nice location, with more than some watered down juice in my glass. Premium Cocktail bars are getting more popular in Hong Kong, and after Butler in TST, there is now one in Soho too. Topiary serves delicious drinks, at a nice location. My review.
A couple of months back we tried every weekend to get a dinner table at Teawood, and the place was so packed, that we always ended up eating somewhere else. Yesterday our “somewhere else” was so packed, that we ended up in the now “empty” Teawood. That’s Hong Kong, that’s how quick restaurants come and leave. Teawood is a leaver, not sure why there was such a hype in the first place. My Review.
If you are craving for an unlimited, sumptuous Chicken Wings experience in Hong Kong (if you are lucky, you might have had that in Canada or the States before) then search no longer. The Bi Gite is a Canadian Burger Joint, that happens to have the best Wings offer in town. Head over next Tuesday and enjoy Wings for 3 HK$ a piece, here is our review!