Associazione Chianti Hong Kong Italian Restaurant - Bistecca alla Fiorentina steak

Associazione Chianti | Black Sheep’s New Neighborhood Haunt for Soul-Satisfying Tuscan Fare in Hong Kong

The moment you walk into Associazione Chianti, you know exactly what you can expect from your meal here. You’re immediately greeted by a friendly “Buongiorno” from one of the staff manning the macelleria and salumeria counters, but the first thing that will truly hit your senses is the smell – the intoxicating smell of steaks being …

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Top Things to Do In Hong Kong | Indulgent Travel Guide to Hong Kong

If you put New York City on steroids, but added Hawaii’s hiking and beaches and threw it off southern China, you would get Hong Kong. I’ve grown to love this vibrant city over the past 2 years living here, and while it certainly has its flaws, it’s definitely worth a visit for its unique mix …

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Hong Kong Travel Guide – Top Things to Do, Best Time to Visit and How to Get There from the Airport

If you put New York City on steroids, added Hawaii’s hiking and beaches, and threw it off southern China, you would get Hong Kong. I’ve grown to love this vibrant city over the past 2 years living here, and while it certainly has its flaws, it’s definitely worth a visit for its unique mix of …

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Best Bars and Clubs in and around Lan Kwai Fong | Hong Kong Travel Guide

If you like to drink, you’re in the right place. Hong Kong boasts one of the most unique nightlife cultures thanks to 2 key factors: It’s legal to consume alcohol on the street All of the clubs in the city are centered around a 4 block square called Lan Kwai Fong (or LKF). On the …

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Ding’s Club Hong Kong | Refined Cantonese Fare from a Kung Fu Legend

Before dining at Ding’s Club, I had never actually heard of celebrity chef and Kung Fu Star Steve Lee Ka Ding. But seeing a cardboard cutout of the actor-turned-chef at the entrance of the restaurant let’s you know that he’s a pretty big deal. In fact, his first restaurant, Ding’s Kitchen, is so popular that …

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Yukinoshita Hong Kong | Thick and fluffy Japanese pancakes on a dessert-crazed street in Causeway Bay

Ooooooh she thicc. That’s the first thought you’ll have over these almost 4 cm thick atsuyaki thick-fried pancakes from Yukinoshita Hong Kong, an award-winning Japanese dessert shop with locations in Osaka, Kyoto, Tokyo. It’s the first of its kind in Hong Kong, specializing in crispy edged, dense yet fluffy pancakes rather than the jiggly souffle pancakes …

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La Petite Maison Hong Kong | London favorite for French-Mediterranean fare shines in Central

In the heart of Hong Kong’s Central district lies La Petite Maison, the first Asia outpost of the popular London restaurant that has already expanded to Miami, Istanbul, Dubai, and Abu Dhabi. It’s a welcome escape from the busy crowds of Queens Road Central, with a bright, white dining room adorned with framed art pieces …

Hong Kong Airlines Business Class Review LAX to HKG Dining

Hong Kong Airlines Business Class Review A350 HKG to LAX

Let’s get down to business… business class that is! I had the pleasure of experiencing Hong Kong Airlines business class on their recently launched route from HKG to LAX. I was going back to the US for my bachelorette weekend in Las Vegas (more on that soon!) and decided to fly into Los Angeles from Hong Kong. …

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Mott 32 | Top dollar dim sum, char siu & Peking duck in an old bank vault

Mott 32 serves Chinese food with the highest quality ingredients and modern twists in a dark, sexy space located in the basement of Standard Chartered Bank in Central, Hong Kong. It’s expensive, and definitely caters to the corporate card crowd, but worth it for some of the best char siu and Peking duck in town …