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  • Madame Fu: Hong Kong’s Most Instagrammable New Restaurant

    Set in the Tai Kwun Centre for Heritage and Arts, Madame Fu perfectly blends East and West to create an all-day dining spot that’s sure to be loved by Hong Kong’s foodie crowds (and social media fanatics) District: Central, Hong Kong Cuisine: Contemporary Chinese How much: Afternoon tea is priced at $250 for one and $450 for two
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  • The Best Egg Tarts in Hong Kong

    All egg tarts are good, but not all are great. We’ve rounded up our top ten egg tarts in Hong Kong, because why settle when there are so many amazing ones out there? The egg tart is Hong Kong’s answer solution to British custard tarts, and we have to say that we’re pretty big fans of the
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  • The Best Food Challenges in Hong Kong

    Feeling competitive?  Food challenges are nothing new. From the days of Adam Richman’s “Man vs. Food,” to the 852’s first ever burger eating competition taking place this summer just past, our fascination with putting our stomach to the test doesn’t seem to be slowing. Think you can handle it? From the outrageously spicy, to meals of
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  • 10 Events For Your Diary this October

    The best concerts, shows and parties happening in Hong Kong   Another month has come and gone and we’re into October! So, it’s that time once more to grab your diaries and get those dates filled in (pumpkin spice latte in hand, of course). With Halloween on the horizon, make sure to check back for our roundup of frightfully fun
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  • Terroir Parisien: A New French Bistro in Central

    Paris ç’est chic! District: Central Cuisine: French Bistro How much: Starters from $98, mains from $228, dessert from $88 The Best For: A romantic Parisian date night Must Order: Bouchées de champignons de Paris aux escargots (Snails baked in a mushroom cap with parsley-garlic butter) and Saint-Honoré cake For a long while rumours have been making the rounds that
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  • The Ultimate Guide to Afternoon Teas in Hong Kong

    Time for tea!   Hong Kong may be known for its staples such as Har Gau and Chau Sui, but sometimes we like to stray a little from our local faves and go quintessentially British (if just for an afternoon!). Whether you have visitors in town, a special birthday to celebrate, or just fancy treating
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  • Zafran: Reinventing Tapas in Hong Kong

    The ‘No Menu’ Experience   District: Central, Hong Kong Cuisine: Modern take on Tapas  How much: Starters from $65, mains from $140 The Best For: Anyone who loves food! One of my favourite things about Hong Kong is that you can step off familiar, over crowded streets into hidden havens and suddenly you’re miles away from the city. Zafran is one such
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  • Your Guide to Tai O: Life by the Water

    Take a day trip to one of HK’s fishing villages   Editor’s Note: this article was originally published on 30 May, 2012, by Jackie, The Amateur Explorer, and has been updated and amended by Stephanie Ma on 28 June, 2017.  Tai O, a well-known and beloved fishing village on Lantau Island, is a great escape from HK
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  • Guide To Hong Kong’s Hidden Bars and Speakeasies

    A Clandestine Affair   Some days you really need something out of the ordinary to remind you why living in the 852 is one big ol’ adventure. Just because we love people-watching street side, or taking in the views from a rooftop terrace, doesn’t mean we don’t seek some sparkle, mystery or an out-of-the-ordinary experience. Lurking
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  • Regional French Food and Wine at Retail Prices at A.O.C Eat & Drink

    A quaint gastronomic experience…   District: Wan Chai, Hong Kong Cuisine: Modern French How much: Starters from $78, mains from $168, dessert from $68 The Best For: A casual date night Must Order: The Burgundy style Confit Beef Paleron If you’re looking for fresh French fare, A.O.C eat & drink, founded by the team behind Le Bistro Winebeast, is worth checking
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  • Hikes You Need To Do Before You Leave Hong Kong

    Your Hong Kong Hiking Bucket List! If you’ve been to Hong Kong and haven’t gone on a hike, then you are missing out on half of the city! Sprawling city views and rooftop bars may have their own charm, but there is nothing quite like a hike to get away from the hustle and bustle.
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  • Try Something New: Stand-Up Comedy with Comedy HK

    Try a new hobby or conquer a fear or two, like our digital editor did performing at an open-mic night.   Okay, seriously, girls, what did I get myself into? I’m terrified of speaking in front of an audience, and I allowed myself to be bullied into doing stand-up comedy at an open-mic night, hosted
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  • Soho Spice: The New Look

    Southeast Asian Street Eats District: Soho, Central, Hong Kong Cuisine: Southeast Asian street food How much: Dishes range between $78 – $208 The best for: Laid back dinner with friends and family Must Order: Bao Sliders – Soft Shell Crab Nestled in the happening Elgin Street, Soho Spice is no stranger to the Soho dining
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  • Things to Do: Your Ultimate Hong Kong Bucket List

    Visitors in town? Start ticking these off of your list!   From its neon lights to rolling hills, Hong Kong is a treasure trove of delicious eats, cultural delights and ace nightlife. Whether you’ve lived here for years or are fresh off the plane, there’s always something new to discover! Stuck for things to do with
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  • Uma Nota: A Taste of São Paulo on Peel Street

    Soho Street Eats District: Soho, Central, Hong Kong Cuisine: Brazilian-Japanese Street Food How much: Dishes range between $65 – $180 The best for: Laid back dinner with friends Must Order: Coxinhas  De Frango (Chicken and okra dumplings, with homemade chilli sauce) Unpretentious and relaxed, yet still lively and cool, newly opened Uma Nota has brought
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  • Top 5 Camping Spots in Hong Kong

    Set Up Camp   The sun is out, the rain is (hopefully!) at bay and we’re not afraid to venture too far from the comforts of air conditioning – yet! Spring is here, girls, so now is the time to get outside and enjoy the beautiful landscape. With so many amazing spots in HK, from
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  • A Taste of Thailand: Café Siam Makes Its Kennedy Town Debut

    Wake up those tastebuds with authentic Thai cuisine District: Kennedy Town, Hong Kong Cuisine: Thai How much: Meat between $98 – $198, curries range between $100-$300, seafood between $112-$288. Homemade crafted cocktails $98-$198 Best for: Family dinners, fun night with friends Must order: Grilled sea bass with chilli lime sauce and deep fried single chicken wings K-Town ladies, time to rejoice. A
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  • Pici: Serving Up Homemade Italian Fare in Wan Chai

    A pasta lovers dream… District: Wan Chai Cuisine: Italian How much: Mains range between $85-160 The best for: Casual mid-week dinner Must order: Homemade meatballs and lasagna Situated near the ever-popular Star Street, the Pirata group has picked a fantastic location for its newest venture, Pici. An Italian restaurant serving fresh handmade pasta, this is the group’s second restaurant to open
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