A new pop-up restaurant combines two things that Hong Kong loves – Hello Kitty and Japanese food. The restaurant (which serves ramen,) is just one of many special collaborations to mark the 40th anniversary of Hello Kitty.
New restaurants, old classics, hidden gems, and Hong Kong style cuisine
Tiger Curry, a collaboration between the chef of the popular Sushi Kuu restaurant, and the people behind Lily & Bloom, opens after Easter in Causeway Bay. The menu is based on their signature Japanese curry sauce that contains 26 different ingredients.
The first thing you notice about a CaliBurger is that it’s damn good looking! The second thing you notice, especially if you order their signature CaliDouble, is that there’s a lot of meat compared to other fast-food joints. What’s the third thing?
All things Korean are trendy at the moment in Hong Kong. Walking along the streets you see Korean fashion brands, beauty products, and even K-Pop videos playing in stores. But perhaps the most visible sign of Korean culture’s popularity is an explosion in the number of Korean restaurants opening up around town.
Sometimes the simplest things are the best. Forget Hong Kong’s trend towards fancy fusion food and enjoy a delicious tofu fa for just $10 HKD!
Finding Korean grocery stores in Hong Kong isn’t easy. For years there have only been a handful, and they remain mostly relegated to a small side street in Tsim Sha Tsui.
The last few years have seen closing after closing of cherished local restaurants and snack shops who have been driven out of business by the city’s high rents.
Celebrating the opening of their new IFC store, Givenchy held an after-party at a fascinating new restaurant / exhibition space called Duddell’s on Thursday night.
Popular private chef Leo Kam is holding a one night only pop-up on Haven Street in Causeway Bay tonight!
The people behind popular Hong Kong nightlife establishments Volar, Fly, and Lily & Bloom, opened their most recent venue, Socialito, a Mexican-themed restaurant and club on Wednesday, August 22nd. Taking over the former site of club Prive on Wyndham Street, they have divided the space in an interesting way.