Located on the ground floor of an unassuming grey building, Ronin restaurant is completely camouflaged and unnoticeable to unsuspecting passersby. It is virtually impossible to discover this hidden gem by chance and only those in the know would know about it.
Yet despite having no visible signage to indicate its presence, this speakeasy style Japanese bar-cum-restaurant in Hong Kong is packed with customers every night.
The majority of Ronin’s clientele consists of well-informed epicurean foodies who have no qualms about splurging on gourmet tapas. A meal for two – inclusive of alcoholic drinks – would easily set you back by approximately HK$1500 (or S$276). Pretty exorbitant for bar dining, huh? We are here to give you the rundown on whether or not it is worth your hard-earned money.
There are so many star items and must-eats in Hong Kong. Apart from dim sum and roast goose, Hong Kong is also home to some of the most amazing desserts we’ve tried.
Oddies Foodies has been an internet sensation in the last year, and we are unashamed to say that we are one of those fans who would queue up for a cup of the ridiculously photogenic egg waffle with ice cream.
But of course, we are not the only ones who are obsessed with this Gai Daan Jai Parfait.
Singaporeans love to eat. We really do. In fact, stories of Singaporeans travelling across international borders just for food is extremely common. We, too, live by the motto of “will travel for food”.
And Hong Kong is one of the preferred destinations amongst Singaporeans for the F&B scene in the city is outstanding to say the least. They have amazing trends, sexy places, and food that are nothing short of interesting.
Over the past years, we have seen several openings of successful Hong Kong food establishments right in Singapore; many more to come, because here in Singapore, we are always up for great food.
From Michelin-starred Tim Ho Wan to the famous Tai Cheong Bakery, here are 10 Popular Food Brands From Hong Kong That Have Opened or Are Opening Soon In Singapore.
Hong Kong’s famous Cookie Shop, Mr Rich Bakery, is in the process of opening its first shop in Singapore. Following Jenny Bakery’s opening back in October 2015, Mr Rich Bakery is the next cookie shop from Hong Kong that is going to conquer Singapore’s market.
We spoke with Asia Food Mart – the official distributor of Mr Rich Bakery’s cookies in Singapore – to find out more.
Tai Cheong Bakery will be opening its first outlet in Singapore at the basement of Takashimaya on 27 June 2016.
Tai Cheong is an institution in Hong Kong, and its egg tarts are well-loved by people from all around the globe. Egg tart is one of the must-try local food in Hong Kong, and we are extremely delighted to know that Tai Cheong Bakery’s egg tarts are going to be so accessible for us soon!
There are 75 restaurants that have been awarded at least a Michelin star in the reputable Hong Kong Michelin Guide for 2015, but Yat Lok Roast Goose Restaurant is hands down one of our perennial favourites.
The restaurant might be notorious for their atrocious service, but it is their insanely delicious roast goose meat that had us returning religiously each time we visit Hong Kong.
Established in 2014, Crafty Cow is a gastropub in Sheung Wan, Hong Kong, specialising in craft beers and premium steaks. The chic restaurant aspires to bridge the potential barriers between local Hong Kongers and the third-culture generation. The end result is a successful showcase of revamped Western classics infused with regional Southeast Asian flavours.
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Everyone in Hong Kong knows Yung Kee Goose Restaurant for two reasons – their delicious roast meats and its ongoing family feud. The infamous fight over the restaurant’s ownership had reached a dramatic climax when the Court of Final Appeal released a statement announcing that Yung Kee might possibly be wound up. The fate of Yung Kee will be sealed in 26 days and only an agreement amongst the descendants can prevent it from being auctioned.