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Looking for a cafe that allows you to sit back, relax and enjoy delicious food? Yumemiya, with their innovative fusion between Japanese and Western cuisine and wide variety of look-good-taste-good cakes, is definitely at the top of my recommendation list. Inspired by the Kamakura teahouse, the restaurant strives to be a haven of comfort for guests to retreat from the hustle and bustle of the city. In celebration to the newly opened branch at iSquare, Tsim Sha Tsui, the cafe introduces new dishes centred around the theme of Spring to its menu.
Looking for a new spot to enjoy a delicious lunch between the hassling meetings and tedious paperwork? Yearning for some tasty filling food after some late-night partying? Italian restaurants in Central can easily cost you an arm and a leg. Ciao Chow comes to the rescue with mouth-watering dishes of pasta and pizza that won't break your bank.
Less than five minutes away from Kennedy Town MTR station, Cafe Siam offers a taste of authentic Thai food that you simply cannot miss. The Michelin-recognized diner is the newest addition to one of Hong Kong’s most rapidly booming suburbs. Here at Cafe Siam you can dig into all things Thai-- from the country’s most celebrated classics, to their newest and most memorable culinary innovations.
It’s Valentine’s Eve. Here at Admiralty, business and politics continue to boom. Prestigious in brand names, luxurious in price tags, the city’s rich and elite gather at the one and only Pacific Place for the highest quality goods this city has to offer. Discover Bizou, brain child of the renowned Michelin starred Chef Magnus Hansson, serving only the most exquisite tastes of American cuisine at Hong Kong’s busiest front.
With rotating selection of fresh ingredients! Available every Tuesday & Thursday at I Know John.
Valentine's Day is just around the corner. Are you swallowed up by the pressure of choosing a perfect restaurant among the bazillion options? Here are four suggestions to lighten your burden.
For most of your life, you may have known churros as the traditional Spanish dessert. Well, things have changed. Joō de Rolls, Hong Kong's first churros house, is now reintroducing the classic treat, but with a twist.
Finally a love potion is here! Well not to sure what you were expecting it to do, but the 'Love Potion' made by aqua’s mixologists at only HK$158 and can be shared by two. The cocktail which was created by resident aqua London mixologist, Simone Rossi includes Absinthe, gin, fresh raspberry, lemon & yuzu topped with apricot foam served in a chemist’s vial.
The new AMC Pacific Place is open! Changes include 'Nature-Inspired Design', 'The Oval Office VIP Experience', new snack menu (not just hot dogs and popcorn) and the cinema also serves wines, cocktails and beers! The Oval Office claims to be the first dine-in theatre in Hong Kong serving French cuisine with a capacity of 22.
Check out some of the photos below of the new cinema, definitely a place worth visiting in 2017!
To make your booking for the latest up and coming movie CLICK HERE.
Article By Nick Willsher
Ho Lee Fook's Chef Jowett Yu will combine the restaurant’s most popular dishes with traditional Chinese New Year ones.
So something a little different from your traditional banquet and honestly we cannot wait to try it out. The last time we went to Ho Lee Fook we had a great time and it also happened to be with friends and family.