Whether it be a new sushi spot, an à la mode wine bar or a colourful nook offering a taste of southeast Asia, there's always something new popping up in our city. This month is no different, with a typically eclectic line-up of new entries into Hong Kong's vibrant food and beverage scene.
The second branch of Duddell's in the departures area of Hong Kong International Airport is intended as an outpost for travellers that is more casual than the original branch in central. As with the original however, here visitors can enjoy Duddell's revered fare, with the menu offering everything from high-quality meats and dim sum to sea food and plenty of other Cantonese dishes.
If you go to Japan often, Afternoon Tea Tearoom will be a familiar name to you – with 87 branches in Japan alone and their desserts focusing on being more refreshing and fruit-centric rather than being sugar-sweet and indulgent, the fresh fruit sandwich and strawberry parfait are must-orders for any girl. This Japanese dessert powerhouse is due to open its first overseas branch in K11 Musea on September 28th, serving up delicious cakes, black tea, sandwiches, pasta and more as well as limited-edition desserts released and promoted every now and then. Girls, foodies, and dessert-lovers, you can’t miss out on this one!
Stocking close to 600 different wines of different vintages rarely found in Hong Kong, Think Wine takes great pride in its collection from the Burgundy and Languedoc-Roussilon regions of France. The wine is also consciously paired with fitting foods to make for a unique sommelier experience in Hong Kong. Bottoms up!
Celebrated chef Wolfgang Puck opens his first Hong Kong branch, Wolfgang Puck Kitchen, in Hong Kong International Airport to deliver Californian-inspired comfort food using high-quality seasonal ingredients. Delicious, efficient and affordable, the fast-casual setting of Wolfgang Puck Kitchen is designed for the discerning traveller on the go.
XX is a ladies-only speakeasy located in the Rosewood Hotel in TST. The stylish bar features a password-protected entry, an opulent yet modern space, a harbour-view terrace and a list of delicate botanical-driven cocktails fit to make any ladies' night out.
The team behind Uma Nota and Bedu are back with yet another exciting adventure for the taste buds. This new venture brings contemporary Malaysian food to Hong Kong, taking cues from Malaysian street stalls and coffee shops to offer a spicy selection of new and playful interpretations of local favourites to Soho!
A trendy Thai eatery on Wan Chai's bustling Ship Street, Ruam offers Thai favourites and new twists on classics in a laid-back atmosphere. The 120-seat restaurant contains a terrace where patrons can eat outside while knocking back a beer or two.
This restaurant, which takes its name from the Japanese word for "home", specialises in the Japanese delicacies of sushi and teppanyaki. Through its food and relaxing ambience, the restaurant aims to make customers feel at home while they dine.