Wontons and beef brisket noodles are two Hong Kong staples you cannot miss. Mak’s Noodle, one of HK’s oldest wonton specialists….
It’s easy to pass by Lan Fong Yuen, hidden behind the busy carts that line Gage Street, but once you slip inside the crowded joint it’s popularity is evident,,,,
Nan Tei is the perfect central location to dine on classic Japanese style skewers…..
We have been waiting to try Kau Kee Restaurant for quite some time, but the eager line of waiting patrons littering Gough Street was always a daunting prospect…..
We have noticed the crowds eager to eat at this Gough Street adjacent dai pai dong since our move here, but never had the opportunity to grab a seat until now…..
Sometimes there’s nothing you want more than a perfectly prepared bowl of traditional ramen after a long morning at work……
Gogyo Ramen, imported from it’s popular location in Kyoto, serves up kogashi miso (burned miso) ramen as their speciality…….
Established in 1926 and one of Hong Kong’s oldest Tea Houses, Ling Heung Tea House is the perfect bustling spot if you are looking for a truly local experience…….
A stylish Parisian brasserie has hit the Central scene and it’s the perfect spot to relax and enjoy great food in a chic yet chilled setting…….
Established in 1933, Luk Yu Tea House is an HK institution boasting colonial style design and serving the city’s traditional dim sum dishes……