British celebrity chef and restaurateur Jamie Oliver’s effort of bringing people affordable and healthy food is unstoppable. This October, be prepare yourself to experience grab-and-go food to a new level in Jamie’s style.
Even the series of novels has ended ten years ago, I’m sure that there are many people like me who still emotionally invested into Harry Potter. In the 20th anniversary of our favourite franchise, there is a Harry Potter themes café in Hong Kong finally. I’m more than thrilled!
It’s only two weeks left until the Mid-Autumn festival which means it’s time plan your family reunion and sort out presents for your friends, families and business associates before it’s too late. This list includes not-so-ordinary gifts and mooncakes that will surely surprise the receivers.
Hullett House at 1881 Heritage is easily to be considered the most beautiful building in Hong Kong - the former Marine Police Headquarters Compound was constructed in 1884 and was redeveloped in 2009. Nowadays, the colonial site is not only popular wedding shoot but also one of favourite dinning place. I was given a tour last month to its relaunched restaurants and I’m utterly impressed.
Despite the fact that it’s already mid-September, I still frequently find myself desiring a cup of cold brew coffee to cool off myself in the middle of the day. Cold brew coffee is popping everywhere and here are some of our favourites in town.
If you haven’t heard of Honestbee, you’re reading this article in the right time! From today to 30th September, you can get $75 off for placing your first order on Honestbee and get the same day delivery by using the code “BUZZ75”. Do not miss out the chance.
Hong Kong is never short on restaurants or bars with harbour view, but not each of them can meet up the expectation of the food quality and the view at the same time. The newly opened ANA TEN is an exception.
September is always most bland month of the year to me (no, there will not be autumn or golden leaves in September in Hong Kong, I ensure you with years of disappointment) but there’s something that can always cheer me up – a nice burger and booze!
For all the British expats who miss home, having the most ordinary home food may come for comfort so of course we’re thrilled to see that there are more and more access to get British groceries in Hong Kong and here is the guide that help you find what you need.
If you’re a fan of gelato, you must be familiar with Grom, the gelateria straight from Turin, Italy and probably the best in town in my humble opinion. Even though they already have various mouth-watering flavours to choose from (limone and pistachio are must-try, if you ask me), they launches Matcha Green Tea ‘Tè Verde Matcha’, exclusively in Grom Hong Kong in this summer.