Who says young Hongkongers can’t cook? Last weekend’s final round of the Hong Kong Secondary School Cooking Competition 2016, organised by HK Electric, proved this theory wrong.
Rice is one of the few things in the world that unites Asia. So it is tough to be away from home and not have your mother’s rice dishes. Never fear, though. Here are some favourites:
Mashed, boiled, baked or fried, the humble potato offers a limitless variety of delicious dishes. Here are some of our favourites!
We might not all be American, but we all see the value in whipping up a fancy dessert to celebrate their independence today.
An uber cool, ultra-curated trendy space filled with trestle tables, long benches and glamorous Hongkongers. Potato Head is the space and Kaum is the restaurant.
Despite being in the middle of a busy shopping mall, it’s the kind of place where you can find inner peace while sipping green tea and munching on fresh sashimi from Hokkaido.
Russian pastry chef Olga Noskova’s mirror cakes are simply too pretty to eat. On Instagram she has more than 610,000 followers drool over her masterpieces each day.
Gym bunnies and people who love to eat clean are an obvious choice. But it would be equally fun to bring that one friend who insists that salads can’t possibly taste good.
Those of you with a sweet tooth looking to try something a bit different this summer are in luck. We’ve put together a list of five desserts in Hong Kong with crazy concepts.
Grub: Asian fusion. Vibe: This place screams hipster. Food: Good but expensive.