‘Table For Two’: Where to wine and dine for Valentine’s Day in Hong Kong

Now that Chinese New Year is just about over, there isn’t much time left to book that table for two for Valentine’s Day. So if you’re the unfortunate man (or woman) who has been tasked with finding a spot for dinner, don’t worry, Coconuts HK has a few suggestions. Whether you’re a budget-conscious couple or lavish lovers, ...

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CNY dinners in Hong Kong: Where to pig out for the Year of the Pig

CNY dinners in Hong Kong: Where to pig out for the Year of the Pig

Whether you’re looking to go into feast mode with family or friends, or want to keep it casual by ordering festive foods a la carte for two, there are a ton of options in...

Dough’nt panic – here are 10 great pizza places in Hong Kong to get the best slice possible

Dough’nt panic – here are 10 great pizza places in Hong Kong to get the best slice possible

Should pineapple ever be allowed on top of pizza? Does Chicago deep dish really count as pizza? Japanese fast food chains that serve their pies with a layer of lightly sweet...

Holiday dinners in Hong Kong, 2018 edition: Where to stuff your face with turkey, puddings, and all the Christmas trimmings

Holiday dinners in Hong Kong, 2018 edition: Where to stuff your face with turkey, puddings, and all the Christmas trimmings

We’ve hit the first week of December, folks — time to air out the mothball fumes in your knitted holiday sweaters. Also, time to start plotting out Christmas dinner...

Review: Peking Garden got a makeover, but it’s still an OG, Beijing-style banquet hall at heart

Review: Peking Garden got a makeover, but it’s still an OG, Beijing-style banquet hall at heart

The thing that strikes you as a first-time diner at Peking Garden is just how much everything has a sense of theater — from the elaborate plating and presentation of many...

Some like it hot: Hong Kong’s best spots for mala hot pot, chili chicken, and other spicy Sichuan dishes

Some like it hot: Hong Kong’s best spots for mala hot pot, chili chicken, and other spicy Sichuan dishes

One of the foodie pleasures of living in Hong Kong is access to lots of excellent regional Chinese cuisines. From Michelin-starred dining experiences to hidden gem local dives,...

Thanksgiving dinners 2018: Here’s where to stuff your face with turkey and all the fixings this year

Thanksgiving dinners 2018: Here’s where to stuff your face with turkey and all the fixings this year

Thanksgiving is just a little over a week away — and that means it’s already time to prep for the dinner ahead. In Hong Kong, though, that prep work pretty much gets...

The Hungry Lawyer: Laos Sisombath, a slice of the Lao countryside in Hong Kong

The Hungry Lawyer: Laos Sisombath, a slice of the Lao countryside in Hong Kong

More than twenty-one years ago while slowly floating down the Mekong on a repurposed barge in Southern Laos, I made the decision to move to Asia. Six months later, I was in Seoul...

Is rum the new gin? Hong Kong Rum Festival returns with beefed up presence and following

Is rum the new gin? Hong Kong Rum Festival returns with beefed up presence and following

The Hong Kong Rum Festival is back. This time around (its fifth run), there are over 150 rums on display, plus some of the world’s best-known rum distilleries and...

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

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,...


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