Remembering Ming General, the sushi restaurant where dining was ironic

Ming General, a local restaurant famed for its… creative take on Japanese cuisine, has sadly closed the doors of its last remaining branch in... Read on

Famed floating seafood restaurant Jumbo shuts temporarily amid outbreak, financial woes

The iconic Hong Kong floating seafood restaurant Jumbo Kingdom has announced that, starting tomorrow, it will be closing temporarily as Hong Kong continues to... Read on

Jamie’s Italian restaurants call it quits in Hong Kong, blame protests and virus for drop in diners

British-Italian restaurant chain Jamie’s Italian will close the doors of its two franchises for good on Friday. But following months of anti-government protests, the... Read on

Pearls of wisdom? Hong Kong pizza purveyors introduce bubble tea pizza

Hongkongers love pizza, and they also love bubble tea, but how will they feel about bubble pizza? Well, for better or worse, we’re about... Read on

Sugar Rush: American chain Cinnabon coming to Hong Kong in February

If your New Year’s resolution was to finally start eating healthier in 2020, well, you might want to click the “back” button on your... Read on

Hong Kong Christmas Feasts, 2019 Edition: Where to stuff your face with turkey and trimmings (and much, much more)

If you are one of the many people preoccupied by some of the more pressing matters facing the city these days, it may have... Read on

HK Restaurant Roundup: New F&B openings include open-air Thai, cheese and wine, trendy pancakes

In Hong Kong, new restaurant and bar concepts are like the hydra’s heads — one falls, and two new ones appear. It can get... Read on

The Hungry Lawyer: Rajasthan Rifles, for another reason to go to the Peak

It’s a great time to go the Peak. As always, it offers sea breezes, stunning views, cooler air, and pleasant hikes. But right now,... Read on

Old Man, Coa make Hong Kong proud on annual ’50 Best Bars’ list

With Hong Kong collectively in need of a drink like never before, it’s comforting to note that two of the world’s best bars call... Read on

Here’s what to expect from the new free-flow food festival, FEAST

Italian-American food, Middle Eastern bites, and Michelin-starred Cantonese fare are just some of the cuisines that can sampled at FEAST, a new food festival... Read on

Cantonese restaurant The Chairman one of ‘World’s 50 Best Restaurants’ to throw your money at

The Chairman, the Hong Kong bastion of upscale, seasonal Cantonese cuisine, was named one of the World’s 50 Best Restaurants during an announcement ceremony... Read on

What the duck? Beloved London restaurant Duck and Waffle to open Hong Kong outpost

London restaurant Duck and Waffle is set to open its first international outpost in Hong Kong later this year. The restaurant — known for... Read on

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Best hidden bars in Hong Kong: Speakeasies, gin parlors, and jazz clubs

Whatever your choice of poison, there is a bar for everyone — from the loud and bustling streets of Lan Kwai Fong to the lively craft beer joints of Kowloon. And, of course, there’s always that category of clandestine speakeasies to class things up. Here at Coconuts, we’re still...

Coconuts Hong Kong Food & Drink

We cannot stress this enough: it is absolutely not an exaggeration to say that Hongkongers are obsessed with food. How could we not be, with our humble but delicious cha chaan teng fare (which we maintain is the original and best fusion food), vast array of world-class international cuisine, and perhaps most importantly, dim sum that truly touches the heart? Here, people live to eat, rather than eat to live. With that in mind, it’s hardly surprising that the Coconuts Hong Kong Food & Drink section is always pretty popular. In this section, you’ll find all the latest foodie news (i.e. restaurant openings, special deals, guest chefs, etc) under our Food Buzz tag. Over in the straightforwardly named Food Guides & Features tag, you’re spoiled for choice: we’ve got a breakdown of the city’s best vegetarian and vegan eats, tips on how to make the most of hairy crab season, an insider’s guide to Korean specialties in Tsim Sha Tsui’s thriving K-Town, and a feature on the weirdest food you can find in Hong Kong. Under Restaurant Reviews, you can either check out our in-depth, feature-length Coconuts Critic’s Tables reviews on restaurants both old and new, or skim the hot recommendations on hidden local gems and buzzy new eateries via Coconuts Hot Spots. We also cover nightlife in Hong Kong here, whether we’re talking about great club nights, brilliant band showcases, a happy hour you simply cannot pass up, or a listicle of the best parties this season. Dig in, Coconauts!

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