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Fresh Food, featuring K-town fried chicken, a raw food spin-off, and new rumours of Shake Shack coming to town.
Art Basel has come and gone, and while the city might still be recovering, we’re already gearing up for the next event. The annual Rugby Sevens kicks off at the end of the month, and guarantees to be the major hibernator of the year, when every sensible Hongkonger spends the entire weekend locked away from the drunken masses. With that, let’s get into this week’s very slow Fresh Food.
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.
Round-Up, featuring five regular restaurants with impressive vegetarian menus, writes Genevieve Clayton.
It isn’t easy dining with a vegetarian, and situations often play out in one of two scenarios: a miffed carnivore dealing with a tofu steak, or the veggie who boldly claims there will “definitely be something without meat."
Lunch of the Week is a regular column highlighting the best daytime deals around Hong Kong. This week: The Chairman.
When The Chairman (82%) first opened its doors in 2009, most weren’t sure what to make of the restaurant, situated as it was on the otherwise sleepy street of Kau U Fong in Central.