Hungry Lawyer: An ode to Olé’s old school Spanish charm

The new year brings a bounty of new restaurants to Hong Kong and at least as many listicles listing all of those places that you simply must try By the time there is time to try a few, some have already gone and an even newer crop has arrived Don’t get me wrong, there’s definitely fun to be had going to the trendiest new tavern in town But amidst the openings and closings, this column has also tried to identify...

Restaurant reviews

Hungry Lawyer: Sushi Imamura for sushi that can truly claim to be Japanese

I lived in Japan for three years and travel to Tokyo 50 days a year on average Suffice it to say, I am picky when it comes to Japanese food In Hong Kong, a lot of it is bad,...

Hungry Lawyer: Sushi Imamura for sushi that can truly claim to be Japanese

Hungry Lawyer: Happy Valley Dim Sum, all-day yum cha for meat-eaters and vegetarians alike

Hong Kong has no shortage of restaurants to consume dim sum, one of its quintessential food experiences We are spoiled for choice, with options ranging corner shops, to trendy...

Hungry Lawyer: Happy Valley Dim Sum, all-day yum cha for meat-eaters and vegetarians alike

Gia replaces Giando at Fenwick Pier, serving simpler but equally excellent fare

COCONUTS CRITIC'S TABLE – The popular Italian restaurant Giando, run by chef Gianni Caprioli, has now vacated Fenwick Pier In its place, there is a new Italian restaurant...

Gia replaces Giando at Fenwick Pier, serving simpler but equally excellent fare

Hungry Lawyer: Traditional Cantonese Food with Style at Lai Bun Fu

Since 1855, Government House on Central’s Upper Albert Road has served as the official residence of Hong Kong’s highest official British governors lived there through 1997...

Hungry Lawyer: Traditional Cantonese Food with Style at Lai Bun Fu

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

Where can you dine in Hong Kong with tuxedoed waiters in a building purposely built for the restaurant Where can you sit down for dinner and receive a custom-pressed notepad...

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

Hungry Lawyer: The traditional and the hip of Korean food in Hong Kong

I first came to Asia more than 18 years ago Before Hong Kong, I spent more than three years in Seoul during the then-economic-crisis when Koreans were known more for giving...

Hungry Lawyer: The traditional and the hip of Korean food in Hong Kong

Bindaas, Done That: A fresh new serving of Indian food

COCONUTS CRITIC'S TABLE — Indian cuisine has an image problem Generally, it’s still considered an ethnic food, with rigid notions about what is authentic and traditional, and...

Bindaas, Done That: A fresh new serving of Indian food

Hungry Lawyer: Quick eats and coffee without leaving Hong Kong Land

The core of Hong Kong is the financial district we call Central, and the core of Central is owned by the company simply named “Hong Kong Land”  Hong Kong Land was...

Hungry Lawyer: Quick eats and coffee without leaving Hong Kong Land

Hong Kong’s Fish School gets ‘A’ for effort, but still has some homework to do

COCONUTS CRITIC’S TABLE - Fish School, the latest fresh catch in Sai Ying Pun, was recently opened by Yenn Wong and Chef David Lai The partnership is interesting because Wong is...

Hong Kong’s Fish School gets ‘A’ for effort, but still has some homework to do