The Mexican festival is next Saturday (perfect timing) and don’t miss the Cinco de Mayo parties in Hong Kong.
Each year on 5th May, Mexican celebrate the day of the victory over the French Army at the Battle of Puebla, on 5th May, 1862. Nowadays, it’s also widely celebrated in U.S. and many countries to promote Mexican culture and cuisine.
It seems like we cannot get enough of contemporary Mediterranean cuisine recently (see review of contemporary Portuguese restaurant Casa Lisboa) and we were excited to have the first look of the new venue Spanish venue last week.
Local craft brewery Young Master will gather top-tier independent breweries from Beijing, Taiwan, Japan, South Korea and the U.S. at the first themed invitational beer festival in Hong Kong on 26 & 27 May. Enjoy free-flow tasting throughout the weekend.
It’s hard for me to find a European restaurant in Hong Kong that I will want come back from time to time but Casa Lisboa is something different. The contemporary Portuguese restaurant invited us to be there when they moved to Wyndham Street and we went to try their new menu for spring last week and once again it blew my mind.
Spoil your mother, grandmothers, mother-in-law, mom-to-be…etc. with rose-themed brunches at Woomooloo with complimentary samples and exclusive product offer from Australian rose farm Jurlique over Mothers’ Day weekend on May 12 and 13 from 12-3pm.
The popular ramen shop from Sapporo, Hokkaido Edisoda Ichigen opens its first branch in Hong Kong after the success in Japan, Taiwan, Malaysia and more. Don’t call yourself a foodie if you haven’t tried it.
We covered the news of Shake Shack from New York‘s opening in Hong Kong soon but before the grand opening, you have the chance to try the famous burger, fries, milkshake and more this Saturday (14th April).
A growing health awareness of cow milk make us wonder is there any other options, especially for our daily fuel – coffee. Luckily, a few chained coffee shops have found their substitutes so people have lactose intolerance or vegan diet can enjoy their coffee peacefully.
If you have been to Osaka or a pancake lover, you must be heard of Gram which is an extremely popular pancake shop originally from Osaka now has branches throughout Japan. Last Saturday, their first and only overseas branch is open in Hong Kong (dancing emoji) and we were invited to try it and see if it is worth the queue.