Situated inside Harbour City, this beautiful French restaurant is the perfect getaway for an evening with some truly spectacular dishes. WOM tries some of their signature dishes.
Saturday Brunch can now be had a Lai Bun Fu, the fine-dining Chinese restaurant helmed by Chef Chung Kin Leung, former Head Chef at Government House.
The 4-course brunch menu replicates specialties served to world leaders, with a choice of three gourmet appetisers, main course, rice or noodles, and dessert, for $368pp.
Le French GourMay is Hong Kong’s biggest French food and wine festival, and — as its name suggests — it is happening throughout the month of May. Here’s the WOM Preview for the Top 5 menus you can try.
Braza Churrascaria refers to a style of Brazilian steakhouse where meat is served on long, sword-like skewers. WOM tried Braza’s best this month, and here are the results.
From now until 30 September 2015, Tao Li, the Chinese restaurant at New World Millennium Hong Kong Hotel, introduces a series of authentic Guangdong specialities highlighting the good old days of Hong Kong’s 70s.
Bursting with hipster cool, Viet Kitchen is the newest Vietnamese restaurant to join the dining scene in Hong Kong. This is where modern Vietnamese cuisine gets interpreted by award-winning chef Peter Cuong Franklin, who was born in Central Vietnam.