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Five Favourite: Tony Cheng of Drawing Room Concepts

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.

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Dining District: Shau Kei Wan

Dining District, a new column that spotlights a foodie favourite part of town. This week: Shau Kei Wan, writes Fenella Dale.

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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. 

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Five Favourite: Il Milione's Antonio Varriano

Five Favourite Restaurants with Antonio Varriano, culinary director at Michelin-starred Italian restaurant, Il Milione.

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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. 

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