Food & Dining

Feasts of Love

Evelina Leung and Johannes Pong HK-magazine.com 06.02.2009
Feasts of Love

Sorry fellas, it’s cupid time again. Evelina Leung and Johannes Pong round up the best V-day lunch, dinner and dessert deals in town.

Diva Teng cafe opens on charity high note

Beatrice Siu The Standard 30.01.2009
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Fans of the late Taiwan diva Teresa Teng Lai-kwan will be able to hear her songs in a Tsim Sha Tsui cafe while surrounded by her memorabilia.


Comfort Eating

Winnie Chau HK-magazine.com 30.01.2009
Comfort Eating

On cold winter days, it’s all about the ultimate Chinese comfort food: congee. Winnie Chau seeks out the best rice porridge in town.

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TOKYO - Blowfish testicles prepared by an unauthorized chef sickened seven diners in northern Japan and three remained hospitalized Tuesday after eating the poisonous delicacy.


Auspicious Eats

HK-magazine.com 23.01.2009
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Start the Year of the Ox in the luckiest way possible: with a Lunar New Year banquet. By HK Staff.

Blast Off

Johannes Pong HK-magazine.com 16.01.2009
Blast Off

Jan 27 is the second day of the Lunar New Year, traditionally a time of big banquets and bigger fireworks over Victoria Harbour. Here’s a roundup of the best dining rooms with a view. By Johannes Pong.


$100m coupons on menu for Year of the Ox feasts

Grace Tsoi The Standard 15.01.2009
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Food coupons worth HK$100 million will be distributed in the first three days of the Lunar New Year in an attempt to boost consumer spending in the Year of the Ox.

Tampa, Seattle, Chicago most caffeinated US cities

Marcy Nicholson Reuters UK 13.01.2009
Tampa, Seattle, Chicago most caffeinated US cities

NEW YORK (Reuters Life!) - Tampa, Florida tops the charts as the most caffeinated city in the United States, followed by Seattle and Chicago, according to a new poll.


New York eatery frees ancient lobster

A lobster believed to be some 140 years old is to be freed from the confines of a tank at a New York restaurant.

Cheap Eats

Winnie Yeung HK-magazine.com 09.01.2009
Cheap Eats

Hungry for more budget luxury? Winnie Yeung rounds up the city’s best lunch deals.


Roll out the barrel at SAR's first winery

Bonnie Chen The Standard 05.01.2009
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Wine lovers will soon get a taste of a selection of "Made in Hong Kong" wines.

Top 10 Improbable McDonald's Items from Around the World

Traveling Americans who worry that McDonalds' reputation precedes them: fear not! The truth is, McDonald's gets a warmer reception overseas than back home, partly because global outposts of the Golden Arches go out of their way to accommodate loca...


Hot Plates of ‘08

Johannes Pong HK-magazine.com 26.12.2008
Hot Plates of ‘08

Forget the Michelin Guide. Johannes Pong picks our top 10 new restaurants of 2008.

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Few steps to make an authentic italian Pizza!!!


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Hong Kong businessman Dino Sadhwani spends HK$10,000 ($1,290) on a typical, twice-a-week night of dining and partying at the city’s top-end restaurants and clubs. That’s after some belt tightening.

Hot Mess

Johannes Pong HK-magazine.com 19.12.2008
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It’s that time of year again, when Johannes Pong finds the city’s best hotpot spots.


Cash crunch fails to ruin Yuletide appetite

Paul Mozur The Standard 12.12.2008
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Hongkongers are not letting the financial gloom east into their appetite for Christmas buffets, with hotels reporting increasing reservations for the coming Yuletide feasts.

Law roving

HK-magazine.com 12.12.2008
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Can’t be bothered to cook? Eat out this Christmas instead. By HK Staff.


Hard times hit Bay Area restaurants

Stacy Finz San Francisco Chronicle 08.12.2008
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Bay Area waiters have a nickname for many of their customers these days: the non'trée. Non'trée (pronounced "non-tray") refers to the folks who order appetizers rather than a pricier entree - a popular practice in economic hard times.

Cold Turkey

Lynn Fung HK-magazine.com 05.12.2008
Cold Turkey

Lynn Fung on decidedly different yuletide meals.



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