The best Hong Kong outdoor barbecue places
With Hong Kong well into autumn, there’s no better time to head outdoors armed with your trusty barbecue fork for a good ol’ BBQ session. From beachside spots to sprawling green spaces inside a country park, we explore the best spots to put a shrimp on the barby.
The best cookies in Hong Kong
Cookies are simple circles of joy that can be levelled up in oh-so-many sweet and delicious ways. Whether you prefer them filled with chocolate chips, looking totally Insta-worthy or even tasting like Ovaltine, we follow the crumbs to find the best Hong Kong has to offer.
The best things to eat in Hong Kong right now
It’s no secret that we’re spoilt for choice when it comes to food choices in this city. But with so many options, it can be difficult to tell the good from the bad and the ugly. Fortunately, our team of taste-testers here at Time Out Hong Kong are happy to do the leg and stomach work for you. Whether it’s dishes from new restaurants or revamped menus or simply golden oldies that we’ve fallen in love with again, here’s our regularly updated hit list of the best things to chow down on right now. RECOMMENDED: Check out our guide to the best restaurants in Hong Kong for even more delicious eats.
The best new restaurants and bars to try
Hongkongers are spoilt for choice when it comes to dining out, especially since every month brings a plethora of exciting new dining options. From traditional Chinese to high-end sushi, casual cafés to hipster hangouts, there’s always somewhere new to eat at. To help you keep on top of your eating game, here’s a list of the buzziest openings in town, updated on a regular basis.As always with new venues, be sure to call ahead to make sure there are no changes to opening dates and times.
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The best restaurants in Tai Kok Tsui
Until recently, Tai Kok Tsui was considered something of a dead zone. Stranded in west Kowloon without an MTR station, the neighbourhood was perceived as an industrial area, like the Kwun Tong of old, with little appeal for visitors. Not any more, though. TKT is buzzing. No MTR means more affordable rent and that’s allowed a number of exciting small restaurants to establish themselves. Cantonese, Japanese omakase, Mediterranean cuisine – you can get just about anything in the neighbourhood these days. Not sure where to start? Read on for our guide to Tai Kok Tsui’s best restaurants.And if the area seems too far to go, try our guide to the best restaurants in Tai Po or North Point instead. Or simply go straight to our feature on Hong Kong’s best restaurants. By Sam Sinha
The best restaurants in Yuen Long
Sure, the Hello Kitty Farm may have lost its license but that doesn’t mean there’s no reason to head to Yuen Long. The New Territories neighbourhood has been revitalised by the Yoho Mall (and that cinema that offers hash browns) and there’s a range of excellent restaurants to try, from cheap eats and cha chaan teng favourites to super fresh sushi and HK-style desserts. Think it’s too far for you to go? Well, if you’re looking for something a bit closer to home, why not try our guide to the best restaurants in Kennedy Town or Sham Shui Po as alternatives? By Sam Sinha