You wouldn’t want to share this lobster noodle with anyone else.
There are no words to express how good this cup of coffee is. You have to try it yourself to know how good it is.
Beat the Hong Kong heat with this Cong Sao dessert.
I loved taking photos of Unar Coffee Company and Tai Hang. The neighborhood is really beautiful and is a photographer’s best friend.
If you’re heading to Hong Kong for the Great Hong Kong Sale, please don’t miss out La Vache!.
They say things don’t happen the same way twice, but for Cathay Pacific Airways, winning Airline of the Year Awards in 2003, 2005, 2009 and 2014 is no easy feat to repeat.
When you have no time to queue at Jenny Bakery, perhaps Mr Rich Bakery should save the day?
I like that Hong Kong is a crossroads of many cuisine. Like Cha Chaan Teng’s and Dimsum restaurants, Hong Kong is a place for you to enjoy authentic Shanghainese cuisine.
TSUI WAH Restuarant 翠華餐廳 is Hong Kong’s most famous and award-winning “Cha Chaan Teng” 茶餐廳. The modest Cha Chaan Teng dining industry that marries the love for tea restaurant with classic Hong Kong cuisine at affordable prices is what makes Hong Kong such a delicious destination today.
Welcome to Hong Kong Disneyland. Don’t fall into food traps.
I am not much of a macaron lover, but sometimes, my sweet tooth yearns for something delicate, beautiful and delicious at the same time, to cap a delicious hearty meal in the heart of Hong Kong. Welcome Paul Lafayet to my stomach.
Delicious Kitchen needs no introduction. If you regularly travel to Hong Kong, I am pretty sure you know Delicious Kitchen.
Well, it’s a line for a line for a line. Rain or shine, there is a queue every single day. And there are security personnel ensuring you don’t cut lines or you don’t hover outside the bakery. They’ll kick you out and ask you to fall in line outside. Loitering is not allowed.
Established in 2006 by Ramen Master Chef Ikuta Satoshi in Shibuya, Tokyo, Ramen Nagi has been hailed as Hong Kong’s best ramen and has won the Best Ramen Spot in two consecutive years (2011, 2012) at the National Ramen of the Year Competitions. Enjoy the Red King, Black King, Green King and the Original Butao Ramen only at Ramen Nagi.