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.
Brunch with free flow booze is probably the recipe of perfect weekend morning, Si Simply Italian knows us so they introduces their first weekend lunch menu which includes 10 appetizers, 1 main course and 4 desserts (on a platter).
Located in D2 Place, Lai Chi Kok, the Italian restaurant wants to bring approachable Italian cuisine to the neighborhood - you can tell from their interior design where they use modern, minimal style wooden furnitures, floor-to-ceiling windows and plenty seats available. It creates such a relaxing atmosphere for diners (and early risers too!).
Good news to all the foodies and Japanese food lover in Yuen Long! Ana Sushi launched a new branch at Yoho Mall in last month and of course I cannot resist to visit the restaurant after hearing many rave reviews about it.
12,000 Francs, a sharing restaurant and wine bar in the heart of SoHo, will be featuring grass-fed English beef from East Anglia this 11 August to 11 September. Famed for the distinctive, juicy flavour, grass-fed beef is high in nutrients an antioxidants as well as being lower in saturated fats, and has a more pronounced flavour than grain-fed beef. The cattle are also raised in a stress-free environment and feature unique marbling and amazing flavour.