Pho Delicious: Moi Moi by Luke Nguyen’s modern Vietnamese food might just be a winning formula

COCONUTS CRITIC’S TABLE – In October, Hong Kong’s English-speaking media scene promptly lost its collective cool (how much cool it/we had to lose is debatable, but oh well) when it was announced that Australian-Vietnamese chef Luke Nguyen would be opening his first restaurant in the city Months later, Moi Moi, Nguyen’s contemporary Vietnamese venture with ZS Hospitality Group, has finally (and...

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Hungry Lawyer: Amigo, the French Restaurant with a Spanish Name Where You Can Dine Like it’s 1979

Bird is the Word: 8 Year of the Rooster-inspired menus to crow about

Cockadoodle doo, mothercluckers In case you hadn't noticed, Chinese New Year's coming up As of midnight, we'll all be in the Year of the Fire Rooster (Which, to this...

Bird is the Word: 8 Year of the Rooster-inspired menus to crow about

Halal Haven: Dim sum dining at Islamic Centre Canteen, where Hong Kong’s Muslims can eat siu mai

Hong Kong may have an international reputation as a food paradise, but eating out in the Fragrant Harbour can be hard for those with dietary restrictions, whether they’re for...

Halal Haven: Dim sum dining at Islamic Centre Canteen, where Hong Kong’s Muslims can eat siu mai

Higher Ale-ducation: The top 7 brewery tours in Hong Kong for craft beer enthusiasts

Just in case you’ve been living under a rock for the last year or two, Hong Kong’s craft beer scene is a thing now Yeah, quite a big thing In fact, you could say that HK...

Higher Ale-ducation: The top 7 brewery tours in Hong Kong for craft beer enthusiasts

Hungry Lawyer: Dragon Noodles Academy dishes out Instagram-ready food that isn’t black belt-level yet

Central's newest restaurant, the kung fu-themed Dragon Noodles Academy (DNA for short) seeks to give traditional Cantonese dishes a modern makeover while retaining their...

Hungry Lawyer: Dragon Noodles Academy dishes out Instagram-ready food that isn’t black belt-level yet

Hungry Lawyer: Le Pain Quotidien’s Alain Coumont on humble beginnings, his plans for expansion, and ‘pedicured’ chicken feet

Last week, I had the opportunity to meet Chef Alain Coumont at the newly opened Hong Kong branch of global brand Le Pain Quotidien in Pacific Place Since Coumont founded the Le...

Hungry Lawyer: Le Pain Quotidien’s Alain Coumont on humble beginnings, his plans for expansion, and ‘pedicured’ chicken feet

Turkey Time: 5 fuss-free Thanksgiving dinners to be grateful for

Despite being relative novices when it comes to Thanksgiving, we like to think we've learned a few things about it over the years through special episodes of our favourite...

Turkey Time: 5 fuss-free Thanksgiving dinners to be grateful for

Hungry Lawyer: An oasis of elegance in SoHo at Tate Dining Room & Bar

I had not planned to write this week’s column on Tate Dining Room & Bar, but after eating there for the first time last week as part of my own birthday festivities I felt...

Hungry Lawyer: An oasis of elegance in SoHo at Tate Dining Room & Bar

That’s How We Roe: Everything you need to know about eating hairy crab in Hong Kong

Hairy crab season is now in full swing From October to around the end of November every year, you’ll find these tasty morsels available at Chinese restaurants all over town But...

That’s How We Roe: Everything you need to know about eating hairy crab in Hong Kong

The Hungry Lawyer: Hairy crab season is here; try them at Tien Heung Lau for an essential experience… at a price

The weather has begun to cool in Hong Kong and that means hairy crab season is here again These crabs, known more formally as “Chinese mitten crabs”, are notable for the...

The Hungry Lawyer: Hairy crab season is here; try them at Tien Heung Lau for an essential experience… at a price