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Round-Up, featuring five restaurants where you can take a break from the city, writes Fenella Dale.
Anyone who truly lives in in Hong Kong is aware of the ‘escape’ – the need to purge oneself of this stifling city once every couple months. But even short weekends away are becoming harder to come by, so we’ve rounded up our ‘great escape’ restaurants – places where a short journey, a stunning setting and a wonderful meal can make you feel far from this maddening city.
Five Favourite Restaurants with Kwai Hung Wong, executive chef at Mediterranean restaurant AMMO.
AMMO (78%) is rarely uttered in the same breath as some of Hong Kong's finer Italian restaurants - but that's slowly starting to change. Through its mix of traditional ingredients and contemporary methods, the tucked-away Admiratly eatery is quickly winning over diners, while offering a unique experience at the rarely visited Asia Society.
Round-Up breaks free from the standard 'top 5', to bring together restaurants that have more in common than you'd think. This week: knockoff restaurants.
Inspiration is an essential part of opening a restaurant: a large part of what makes an eatery great is its chef’s longstanding interests, those years spent honing and cultivating all their particular inspirations.