Food & Dining

Just Eat It

Philip Maughan and Sophia Chan HK-magazine.com 21.08.2009
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Insatiable young gourmands Philip Maughan and Sophia Chan roll up their sleeves and dive into the best all-you-can-eat deals in town.

Big appetite for bargains on last day of expo

Nickkita Lau The Standard 18.08.2009
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The Food Expo has proved a huge success, with the traditional final-day rush pushing the attendance up 15 percent on last year to 350,000.


Break your Fast Al Desko Way

Dorothy So HK-magazine.com 14.08.2009
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Dorothy So set her alarm clock extra early for takeaway breakfast treats you can eat at the office.

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Here's an eye-popping offer that seafood aficionados will want to catch: a Japanese snow crab for just HK$90. That compares with a usual retail price of HK$200 - and you can double that if it's on a restaurant table.


And Eat It Too

Dorothy So HK-magazine.com 07.08.2009
And Eat It Too

Dessert diva Dorothy So whizzed round Hong Kong in search of the sweetest of treats.

Chungking Confidential

Dorothy So HK-magazine.com 31.07.2009
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In search of a secret African restaurant, intrepid food explorer Dorothy So set off on Operation Chungking Mansions.


Whisky galore - for just $17,000 a pop

Bonnie Chen The Standard 27.07.2009
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They call it The Last Drop - and at HK$17,000 a carefully crafted bottle - you'll be sure to savor every sip and make sure there's absolutely nothing left.

Home Cooking

Dorothy So HK-magazine.com 24.07.2009
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Dorothy So goes super-local and finds the shops and restaurants using Hong Kong-farmed produce.


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McDonald's(R) ushered in the official 30th Birthday of the Happy Meal(R) by bringing back one of its most popular Happy Meal toys ever - Ty(R) Teenie Beanie Babies(R) plush toys. McDonald's held a special celebration for the residents of the Minne...

Heat-Beatin’ Eats

Dorothy So HK-magazine.com 17.07.2009
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Cool down in this summer heat with some seriously chilled-out dishes. By Dorothy So.


Gourmet Goldmine

Dorothy So HK-magazine.com 10.07.2009
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Quarry Bay isn’t exactly rich in culinary resources, but Dorothy So chipped away at the surface and discovered a wealth of hidden gems beneath.

A Toilet for Two?

Dorothy So HK-magazine.com 03.07.2009
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Would you lunch from a lavatory, scoff at a school desk or dine with dogs? Dorothy So puts aside her table manners and ventures into the quirky world of Hong Kong’s oddest themed restaurants.


Praise Cheeses! Praise Cheeses!

Johannes Pong HK-magazine.com 26.06.2009
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Who can resist a big stinky hunk of fine fromage? Johannes Pong says “cheese, please.”

Uncharted Waters

Dorothy So HK-magazine.com 19.06.2009
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Summer means seafood, but this year Dorothy So ventures off the beaten track to find some fishy alternatives.


Sushi Central

Johannes Pong HK-magazine.com 05.06.2009
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It used to be that Central was a wasteland for good sushi—but the times, they are a-changing. Johannes Pong rounds up the best of downtown Nippon, Edo-style.

HK, Hungary sign wine deal

news.gov.hk 28.05.2009
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The signing of the Memorandum of Understanding in Wine-related Businesses with Hungary signifies a further step in Hong Kong's development as a regional hub for wine trading and distribution.


EatSmart competition opens

news.gov.hk 24.05.2009
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The Department of Health is inviting the public to participate in the EatSmart Restaurant Cooking Competition 2009 by choosing their favourite EatSmart Dishes from 28 entries.

‘Sup, Cupcake?

Courtney Bernstein and Eunice Huang HK-magazine.com 22.05.2009
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Risking a precipitous sugar high, Courtney Bernstein and Eunice Huang seek out the best cupcakes in town.


Food Fashion

Johannes Pong HK-magazine.com 15.05.2009
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What are the biggest dining trends of 2009? Johannes Pong finds out what’s cooking.

Kowloon Kuisine

Winnie Yeung HK-magazine.com 08.05.2009
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Who says that the best gourmet food is on the island? Hop over to the other side of the harbor to see what the best Kowloon restaurants have to offer, writes Winnie Yeung.



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