In Hong Kong you find amazing new things if you just look up. It isn’t unheard of to scour the streets for hidden doorways, dive into dark corridors you’d r
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Forum Restaurant launched in 1977. Over the past 40 years, it has grown with all Hongkongers of varied generations and received the prestigious Michelin Two-Sta
FRANCESCO by FRANCK MULLER delights the senses by marrying Italian and Japanese cuisine to create a new dining perspective in the heart of Causeway Bay. Inspire
FRITES is an authentic dining experience, that promises to bring a truly unique flavour to the diners of Hong Kong.
With exceptional staff that are well trai
An elevated take on Hong Kong’s hawker centre fare, Gold Mui Kee Seafood Stall offers diners an experience in local culinary culture. Signature items include
Running 7 stores in Japan and 1 in the US, Gonpachi is famous for its trio heroes: Kushi, Soba and Sushi. The Hong Kong branch pushes even further in the pursui
First opened in 2014, Gram Cafe & Pancakes was quick to garner a loyal following in Osaka with its immensely popular fluffy, three-stack premium pancakes. A
In late September 2015, MCL has added a new member to the Hong Kong operation. Situated at The Windsor House of Causeway Bay, GRAND WINDSOR CINEMA has 3 houses
Introducing Haven Wine & Shisha Bar, a Middle Eastern lounge with a modern touch. With an extensive range of wines, our own twist of Mediterranean dishes an
HeSheEat, started by a group of dessert lovers, is a dessert cafe where we share our fresh, delightful and delicious dessert with you.
Located at the heart of Causeway Bay, Hex is situated on the 26/F of Zing Tower, providing beerpong, pool and live sports.
hmv is a company with more than 90 years history of the world’s leading entertainment brand. hmv continuous innovation in Asia, aims to bring new fashion and
Redeveloped from the old Government Stadium, the new Hong Kong Stadium was re-opened in March 1994. With a maximum seating capacity of 40,000, the Stadium is at