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Staycation at The Fleming Hotel Hong Kong

It’s that time of the year when you feel overworked, pulled a few too many all nighters and your last vacation seemed like ages ago. You want to get away but time and budget constraints are keeping the suitcase in the closet.

Caffė Habitū the table Launches New Menu

Housed in the large Miramar Shopping Centre in the heart of Tsim Sha Tsui, caffė Habitū the table is tucked away in the basement of the mall, offering an escape from the hustle and bustle of everyday life. It’s a quieter space to relax, withdraw and enjoy plenty of Italian comfort food.

Fit for Royalty - Royal Dinner at FINDS

Summer is back and with a blossoming harvest season comes fresh crisp flavours and an air of something new. Earlier this year FINDS chef, Jaako Sorsa, was asked by the Finnish Embassy to host a special dinner for Princess Takamado in Japan to commemorate a visit by her highness.

Five Things to do on Father's Day in Hong Kong

Still clueless as to what to do on Father’s Day? How about something more thoughtful than a tie for the guy who had to put up with you all these years? Here are a few ideas for you to show how much you appreciate your daddy dearest.

FINDS Restaurant Spring Menu is here

If you’ve been to the re-launch, or the old FINDS then you will know the luscious delicacies that FINDS has to offer.  Just because they have moved across the water by no means does it mean that they have lost their flare:  A distinctly familiar, but unfamiliar new FINDS in TST still manages to excite the gastronomic senses.

Valentine's Cocktails at hush

The romance of Valentine's Day deserves some equally romantic cocktails. hush mixologist Gibson Chan has created some tantalizing elixirs to set the mood and tickle your tastebuds.

ROKA Restaurant Review

When I was invited to sample ROKA’s new menu, I thought “meh, another modern Japanese cuisine,” but little did I know, I was about to be converted into a true sushi devotee.

FINDS to re-open in Tsim Sha Tsui

In preparation for their launch in their new home this December, the SilverBlack Card were lucky enough to be invited to a pre-launch preview dinner.  There will be many changes to FINDS, but at the core the team are still strong and Chef Jaako Sorsa still woos us with his creations. 

New to the team is the new face and MD of FINDS Anna Adasiewicz:  previously hiding herself away in the shadows, she's the new embodiment of the FINDS lifestyle.  The new restaurant manager Michael Tomasik is also on board to look after your gastronomical needs!

Champagne Perrier-Jouët unveils new 2002 vintage of Perrier-Jouët Belle Epoque


Champagne Perrier-Jouët has unveiled the new 2002 vintage of Perrier-Jouët Belle Epoque, the first great vintage of the new millennium.

 

The famous ‘flower bottle’ is a marriage of the very best that the vineyards of Champagne can produce: Chardonnays from Cramant and Pinot Noirs from Mailly, with a subtle touch of Pinot Meunier that endows the wine with balance and harmony.

Guo Fu Lou Opens in iSquare

Guo Fu Lou by Elites Concept Group is the latest restaurant to join the fine dining scene at the iSquare shopping mall in Tsim Sha Tsui. Located on the 31st-floor penthouse of the mall, Guo Fu Lou takes Chinese Banqueting to a new level boasting panoramic views of the Victoria Harbour with intimate dining rooms and nine private suites tailor-made for corporate and family dining.

Forest Bird Launches New Cafe on Staunton Street

When I heard Forest Bird opened its doors, I immediately loved the whole concept of an airy cafe combined with a women's clothing boutique – French dessert and designer clothes, what more can a girl want!
The super cosy three-storey boutique store is the newest addition to Staunton Street and was founded and designed by the very fashion passionate Ulrike Pohl. The interior of this tres chic boutique reflects her background in architecture, interior design and taste for high-fashion.

Taiwan Night Market in Tokwawan

Eating is practically a hobby in Taiwan. If you have ever visited the country, you will remember the plethora of bustling night markets in the streets bursting with Taiwanese culinary. Deep fried chicken breasts, spring onion pancakes, grilled Taiwanese sausages and Chinese herbal teas are all famous authentic Taiwanese snacks. Thinking of booking the next flight to Taiwan? No need!

“Malay-ficence” at Langham Place Hotel

It’s all about spice, herbs and hot sizzling dishes at the “Sizzling Malay-ficence” dining promotion. All throughout July and August, The Place’s Chef Chaw will be cooking up exotic South East Asian delicacies which will be featured at The Place’s buffet.