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Fresh Food, featuring yet another Mexican spot, two Japanese-influence restaurants, a pop-up series of dinners, and free Saturday sandwiches.
We’ve been a bit slack with updates here at FoodCourt, a combination of pushing forward on our new redesigned site and a general lack of news around town. But we’re back with a bang this week and have plenty to tell you about. Let’s get going on this week’s Fresh Food.
Fresh Food, with a new Tai Hang opening, Fergus Henderson coming to town, and major Macau expansions.
The city’s in recovery mode, the streets still covered with beer. We’re already four months into the year, and the dining scene continues to chug along. We’ve got an incredibly slow Fresh Food for you this week, so let’s get into it.
Five Favourite Restaurants with Nathan Green, the new head chef at Spanish tapas joint, 22 Ships.
Celebrity chef Jason Atherton has staked a heavy claim to Hong Kong's high-end dining scene in recent years, with such well-received restaurants as Aberdeen Street Social (75%) and Ham & Sherry (70%) winning innumerable critical accolades and awards.
Five Favourite, featuring chef Peggy Chan of veggie favourites Grassroots Pantry and Prune Organic Deli.
In a city where meat and rice are all but staples of a regular diet, someone like chef Peggy Chan is a godsend. Her two restaurants, Grassroots Pantry (75%) and Prune Organic Deli (77%) might be strictly vegetarian, but they rarely sacrifice on flavours.
Sick of the same old Valentine's Day? Here are 7 alternate ideas for the most 'romantic' night of the year.
It’s not even a holiday, despite it falling on Saturday this year. And even though most of us are aware that Valentine’s Day was started as a sneaky plot by greeting card companies, year after year we still fall into the trap of overpriced set-menus and too much champagne.