Mango Tree - The Best Tom Yum Gnoong in HK

Price: $$$
Cravingness: ★★★☆☆1/2

A shout out to all the lobster lovers out there, a final countdown to Mango Tree's delicious lobster promotion ending on 30th November 2014. If you have not tried (my personally reckoned) best Tom Yum Gnoong in town, the Tom Yum Lobster, you are seriously missing out!!

Stockton - The Mysterious British Whisky Bar

Price: $$$
Cravingness: ★★★★☆

I have heard much raves about Stockton but do not understand why until tonight, when I finally set foot in Stockton.



It seems the 'no restaurant sign' is the new nom as more hip restaurants are doing it. With Stockton among one of the many wicked restaurants in town, do expect the same. The entrance of Stockton is well hidden through a tunnel of dark alley, you could spend a good 10 minutes keep reading the street number but could not find it. If you look at the picture below, Stockton's entrance is where the lady holding a piece of paper is standing.

Bouchon - Great Place + Great Food

Price: $$$$
Cravingness: ★★★★☆

Bouchon, the French Bistro on Elgin Street, has always been on my to try list. Finally I went last Saturaday to celebrate my friends' birthday. We went in as a big group of 10, we got seated in the indoor bar table area since it was raining outside. We had an amazing time at Bouchon, and we all love it there.

Wildgrass - Meaty Sunday Brunch

Price: $$$
Cravingness: ★★★☆☆1/2

Wildgrass is a casual country-style restaurant that offers organic nose-to-tail eating at Arbuthnot Road, Central. Wildgrass stresses on natural, sustainable ingredients cooked with traditional slow cooking method and nose-to-tail eating to embrace food with no wastage. They serve OBE beef from free roaming,  grass fed cattle in Australia Outback which gives more favourable meat. Wildgrass' Sunday Semi-buffet brunch is a good time to try their dishes in one go.


Yorkshire Pudding - Culinary Battle for Great Britain

Price: $$$
Cravingness: ★★★★☆

With the Scottish Independence Referendum approaching on 18th September 2014, Yorkshire Pudding, the British Gastropub at the heart of soho, has held a culinary battleground between Scotland and Britain. With no political grounds, Yorkshire Pudding has designed two unbiased menus to accentuate the very best of both countries' cuisine. Get you palate ready for the battle and vote your favourite one!

Pierre Hermé x Ritz Carlton - Infiniment Citron Afternoon Tea

Price: $$$
Cravingness: ★★★★☆

Pierre Hermé has been my favourite macaron producer on the planet. I was very excited over the collaboration between Pierre Hermé Paris and Cafe 103 of Ritz Carlton Hong Kong which they designed a summery afternoon tea called 'Fetish Infiniment Citron Afternoon tea'. The special tea set features desserts made with Citrons from Sicilian, Italy. Are you ready for a refreshing and tarty journey, my fellow Pierre Hermé's fans?

Chicha - Indulge In a Delicious World of Peruvian

Price: $$$$
Cravingness: ★★★★☆

Chicha is the first and the best Peruvian restaurant in Hong Kong offering an electric range of authentic Peruvian dishes. I have been there a few times and Chicha never lets me down. It's the restaurant perfect for romantic dates, fun friends and family gatherings.