Honestly, when it comes to Vietnamese and Thai, what is there not to love? It’s hard to go wrong with two cuisines that are both so great, and Nahm perfectly fuses the two.
Bring the gang, and fill up on exciting starters in a funky, laidback setting
Red hot food is worth the brisk service at Xia Mian Guan
An urban farm in Causeway Bay is encouraging peopleto cook less to enjoy food more. YP cadet Andrea Zoen went for a raw lunch to taste the difference for herself.
A global mix, Thai fusion cafe.
A traditional British tea shop. There are Union Jack cushions at every sofa, tiny tables barely big enough for a pot of tea, and even fake books in a bookshelf-style wall display.
Downstairs is like a New York-style pizzeria: it's homey, with Italian newspaper cuttings, vintage posters plastering a wall on one side, and an exposed brick wall.
Where do you find the best mooncakes in HK's crowded market? A team of Young Post readers and staff put their tastebuds to the test…
Beyrouth Bistro is one of the rare places where you can eat a kebab without feeling like you need to shower afterwards
Despite being in a food court-style section of the mall, this branch of Wang Jia Sha has made a lot of effort when it comes to appearance.
This two-storey shop features simple white decorations on the walls and warm lighting. Head upstairs for the best atmosphere.