Review: Porterhouse’s brunch buffet – AKA, how a steakhouse does Sunday roast

For years, Porterhouse as been known as one of Hong Kong’s go-to spots for reliably good steak. With a seventh floor location in Lan Kwai Fong, high ceilings, and modernist decor, it’s also one of the best-looking steakhouses in town, too. Now, with its Sunday roast brunch buffet, Porterhouse is also trying its hand at wooing ...

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Review: Porterhouse’s brunch buffet – AKA, how a steakhouse does Sunday roast

Review: Contemporary Chinese dining at Lane Crawford’s new restaurant, SHÉ

Review: Contemporary Chinese dining at Lane Crawford’s new restaurant, SHÉ

We waded through a cloud of expensive perfume, turned a corner, and there SHÉ was. SHÉ — pronounced “shuh” (from the Chinese character for residence, 舍)...

The Hungry Lawyer: Spanish restaurant Pica Pica delivers on trend-transcending tapas

The Hungry Lawyer: Spanish restaurant Pica Pica delivers on trend-transcending tapas

If you Google “pica pica” you will learn (as did I) that it is the common name of the Eurasian Magpie, one of the most prevalent and intelligent birds found in continental...

Review: Artemis & Apollo is a classy Greek taverna dishing out excellent Mediterranean mezes and spit-fire roasted meats

Review: Artemis & Apollo is a classy Greek taverna dishing out excellent Mediterranean mezes and spit-fire roasted meats

After 10 minutes of walking up and down the same street, checking Google Maps with increasing levels of anxiety, followed by a more-arduous-than-usual climb up a flight of...

Frank’s: New Jersey-style Italian food (and ‘Sopranos’-like Setting) in Soho

Frank’s: New Jersey-style Italian food (and ‘Sopranos’-like Setting) in Soho

Hong Kong is home to a handful of solid Italian-American restaurants — Carbone and Mezzo are the first that come to mind. Joining that list is New Jersey-style Italian...

Review: Mokutan, the new omakase yakitori joint hiding in plain sight at TST

Review: Mokutan, the new omakase yakitori joint hiding in plain sight at TST

At rush hour, crowds swell at Tsim Sha Tsui MTR station, creating some of the worst (foot) traffic jams in the city. But, walk just 10-minutes away from all that, in the...

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...

Review: Hunter & The Chase, AKA, America the Classy

Review: Hunter & The Chase, AKA, America the Classy

Under soft lights and amid animal motifs aplenty, we sat with a fruity cocktail surveying our surrounds. We were in what was once the two-story Shore Steak Lounge. Although still...

Review: ON Dining Kitchen & Lounge’s white truffle and game meats menu

Review: ON Dining Kitchen & Lounge’s white truffle and game meats menu

Within the world of Hong Kong F&B, ON Dining Kitchen & Lounge is fairly young — it opened its doors in 2015 as a French restaurant with a Mediterranean twist, and...

Char siu, speakeasy-style? We review Foxglove’s new Cantonese banquet-inspired menu, paired with cocktails and live jazz

Char siu, speakeasy-style? We review Foxglove’s new Cantonese banquet-inspired menu, paired with cocktails and live jazz

Hong Kong has a ton of speakeasy-style joints. A ton. Legend has it that the earliest blueprints of central Hong Kong included plans to provide its citizens with one hidden bar...


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