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Five Favourite Restaurants with Tony Cheng, founder of restaurant group, Drawing Room Concepts.
Tony Cheng is a man who knows what he wants: still in his early-30s, the young founder of Drawing Room Concepts studied culinary arts for years before opening his first restaurant. Sadly, the incredibly well-reviewed Drawing Room had to shut its doors last year, but Cheng continued to push on with a number of diverse restaurants.
Dining District, a new column that spotlights a foodie favourite part of town. This week: Shau Kei Wan, writes Fenella Dale.
Up-and-coming neighbourhood Shau Kei Wan may not immediately strike you as a foodie’s paradise, but there is much to be said for the colourful array of eateries on its main street. Located a stone’s throw from the MTR, Shau Kei Wan Main Street is also flanked by two beautiful temples, making it a great location to walk off a full belly.
Five Favourite Restaurants with Antonio Varriano, culinary director at Michelin-starred Italian restaurant, Il Milione.
As the culinary director of Michelin-starred Il Milione (78%), chef Antonio Varriano faces endless competition when it comes to his innovative takes on Italy cuisine. But he finds inspiration everywhere: first, in his home region of Molise in southern Italy, where Varriano honed his culinary skills.
Five Favourite Restaurants with Vinny Lauria, executive chef at Posto Pubblico, Linguini Fini and Stone Nullah Tavern.
As the IHM Group's executive chef, Vinny Lauria's New York-styled approach to restaurants all but ushered in a renaissance in Hong Kong's dining scene, one that nearly every major new eatery has liberally borrowed from.