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.
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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.
Yuen Long doesn't exactly have a reputation as the best place for exotic food. However, it is an enticing destination for those who want top-quality, traditional cooking.
The cadets at Young Post put their cookery skills to the test by taking on a rice cooker challenge: preparing four unconventional, non-rice dishes in one of the staple appliances of any Hong Kong kitchen.