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Sha Tin 18 at the Hyatt Regency Review

 

Sha Tin 18 at the Hyatt Regency is named for the hotel's street address on 18 Chak Cheung Street as well as the Chinese auspicious number "18"; the restaurant serves authentic Northern Chinese cuisine and has show kitchen stations. Famed throughout Hong Kong by word of mouth and worldwide as a restaurant recommended in the Michelin guide, I had high hopes for a lunch tasting at The Hyatt Regency's Sha Tin 18 and was absolutely not disappointed. I'm no stranger to Chinese cuisine, but this meal was surprising in more ways than one.

Review of MOA The Green Balm – The Ultimate Natural Skin Saver

 

Natural skincare is never out of trend because there is a strong fan base who believes that natural and plant base ingredients are best for our skin in long term. If you are one of the believers, do not miss the brand called MOA from UK. MOA stands for Magic Organic Apothecary which is inspired by old herbal customs such as their hero herb, yarrow, has been used to heal and repair for centuries.

Central Restaurant Bao Bei Gets a Facelift and New Menu Items

This June, Asian comfort food destination Bao Bei on Wyndham Street is getting a new look for the restaurant and bar space. In addition to this, new dishes and a dessert dim sum experience will be on offer, such as Baked Curry French Game Hen in HK style Pineapple Bun Crust (HK $268) and Wild Mushrooms and Miso Cream Cannelloni (HK $138). For similarly unique desserts, try out the Yin-Yang Panna Cotta (HK $68) or the Hibiscus Hawthorne Cheesecake (HK $88).

New Buffet Items at Anchor's Seafood and Beer House In Tsuen Wan

From June, indulge in the best authentic Malaysian and Singaporean street food and take in the breathtaking view at Anchor's Seafood and Beer House. For even more options, try the new buffet items available. Famous dishes such as Bak Kut Teh, Singaporean Chili Crab and Laksa Soup also feature in the buffet, as well as free-flow oysters!

3 Skincare Brands to Try this Spring

It's the wonderful time of Spring again when trees start sprouting fresh leaves and flowers began to bloom. Yet to us girls, it is easily the worst time of year when allergies fire up causing clogged noses and angry irritated skin. Here are three skincare lines to assist you to combat the latter problem and get you through this season with perfect skin.

The Chin’s Review: Chinese Fine Dining Tucked Away in Central

Convenient yet carefully shielded away from the hustle and bustle of Central’s main roads, the Chin’s is a hidden gem waiting to be discovered. Intimate in ambience and elegant in decor, the Chin’s fits the very profile of an upscale Chinese fine diner, yet brings forth a unique contemporary twist that appeals to both local and foreign crowds.

Yumemiya Review: Japanese Restaurant Presenting New Spring Menu

 

Looking for a cafe that allows you to sit back, relax and enjoy delicious food?  Yumemiya, with their innovative fusion between Japanese and Western cuisine and wide variety of look-good-taste-good cakes, is definitely at the top of my recommendation list. Inspired by the Kamakura teahouse, the restaurant strives to be a haven of comfort for guests to retreat from the hustle and bustle of the city. In celebration to the newly opened branch at iSquare, Tsim Sha Tsui, the cafe introduces new dishes centred around the theme of Spring to its menu.

Cafe Siam Review: Family-Friendly Diner for Thai Cuisine Now Open in Kennedy Town

 
 
Less than five minutes away from Kennedy Town MTR station, Cafe Siam offers a taste of authentic Thai food that you simply cannot miss. The Michelin-recognized diner is the newest addition to one of Hong Kong’s most rapidly booming suburbs. Here at Cafe Siam you can dig into all things Thai-- from the country’s most celebrated classics, to their newest and most memorable culinary innovations.

Bizou Review: Discover the Taste of New York Amidst the Hustle and Bustle of Hong Kong


 

It’s Valentine’s Eve. Here at Admiralty, business and politics continue to boom. Prestigious in brand names, luxurious in price tags, the city’s rich and elite gather at the one and only Pacific Place for the highest quality goods this city has to offer. Discover Bizou, brain child of the renowned Michelin starred Chef Magnus Hansson, serving only the most exquisite tastes of American cuisine at Hong Kong’s busiest front.