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Food Fight, featuring a Peruvian punch-out between old-stalwart Chicha and fresh-blood Mayta, writes Marisa Cannon.
Blend Japanese, Italian and Spanish cuisines, and what do you get? Peruvian, apparently. The trend of several moments ago has yet to burn out, and many a Hong Kong diner can be found swigging a pisco or ten at the city's two hottest (and only) Peruvian joints in town.
Food Fight, with a clash of the celebrity chefs, as Jamie's Italian faces off against Ramsay's Bread Street, writes Fenella Dale.
It’s a battle of the Brits, as two of the UK’s most celebrated TV chefs have landed in Hong Kong. Naturally, we had to have a food fight to see who came out trumps: the boy from Essex or the potty mouthed Scot.
It's a slaughterfest, as two pulled pork spots battle it out for king of the grill, writes Genevieve Clayton.
Finding genuine American-style barbecue in Hong Kong used be a near-impossible task, but with a street-food trend currently hitting the city, we’re now spoiled for choices. Within a couple blocks from each other in Central are two of the most popular spots, each battling it out for top pig.
Food Fight, steaking out who serves the better slice of Argentinian beef, Pampas or Tango, writes Fenella Dale.
Hong Kong is not short of steakhouses, all eager to meet the needs of the most carnivorous diner. But beef buffs say Argentinian cuts trump all, and in Hong Kong, two contenders are slicing up its country's variety: Tango (74%) located on Wyndham Street and Pampas (72%) on Elgin.
Food Fight is a column pitting two restaurant's similar dishes against each other. This week: salt-and-battery between Seasalt and Hooked, writes Marisa Cannon.
Sod haute cuisine and molecular mush, it seems blue collar nosh is what’s sating appetites these days – only in the form of your good old fashioned, battered, fried and salted, fish-and-chips.