Posts Tagged ‘Hong Kong’

30 Mar
2015

Best Buffet in the World

Posted by Foodnut.com, March 30th, 2015

We have a soft spot for buffets. Large assortments of food from around the world lets us try items that we would never order.  High end buffets with everything from Prime Rib to Lobster to Foie Gras to Souffles are always on our hit list. Foodnut values quality in addition to quantity, so forget about Hometown Buffet.

Buffets originated in France, where French hosts would set up tables full of food so diners could help themselves during parties. This concept grew and was super sized in Las Vegas.

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28 Sep
2014

Using your iPhone in Hong Kong – Android Smart phones in Hong Kong

Posted by Foodnut.com, September 28th, 2014

iPhone 5s gold

Be sure to secure your iPhone or Android Smartphone whenever you travel. Precautions will help prevent disaster.

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11 Dec
2013

Whisk Sunday Brunch Buffet, Hong Kong

Posted by Foodnut.com, December 11th, 2013

Whisk Sunday Brunch Buffet Hong Kong Interior decor

Whisk is a restaurant in the posh hotel Mira, which is renowned for having Edward Snowden, the US whistleblower, stay. This hotel is conveniently located in the middle of the main Hong Kong tourist district. We were originally going to revisit our favorite Sunday Brunch buffet, Conrad, but after having an even better buffet in Singapore, we decided to try something new and less expensive. Whisk is a Contemporary European the rest of the week.

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9 Dec
2013

Cuisine Cuisine, Hong Kong

Posted by Foodnut.com, December 9th, 2013

Whisk Sunday Brunch Hong Kong (9)

Why did we dine here? – Cuisine Cuisine is a One Michelin star restaurant in the posh Hotel Mira (They had 2 Michelin stars in the past), which is renowned for having Edward Snowden, the US whistleblower, stay. Executive Chef Lee Yuk Lam has a ton of experience cooking fine Chinese fare. This hotel is conveniently located in the middle of the main Hong Kong Tsim Sha Tsui tourist district. Other parts of our party were dining upstairs at the Whisk Sunday Brunch Buffet. This restaurant has received many accolades and also has a branch in the swanky IFC shopping center on Hong Kong Island. The IFC branch looks exquisite and is full of financial types on an given day. Cuisine Cuisine is owned and operated by the Miramar Group, which runs many fine establishments. A Beijing location opened in 2011.

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4 Dec
2013

Bo Innovation Restaurant Review, Hong Kong

Posted by Foodnut.com, December 4th, 2013

Bo Innovation Hong Kong Exterior Decor

Why did we dine here? – Bo Innovation is a molecular gastronomy Chinese restaurant in Hong Kong’s Wanchai District hidden away down an alley and upstairs. They were featured on Anthony Bourdain’s No Reservations TV show way back in 2008. Bo received two Michelin Stars in the latest edition of the Hong Kong Michelin guide, previously had one star. Chef Alvin Leung Jr, is a bit of a renegade and has attracted a lot of attention world wide. He was not in the kitchen on our visit.

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9 Nov
2011

Tin Lung Heen Restaurant Review, Hong Kong

Posted by Foodnut.com, November 9th, 2011

Tin Lung Heen Hong Kong Interior Decor

Why did we here? – This restaurant is located in the brand spanking new Ritz-Carlton Hong Kong, making it a no-brainer for those seeking out beautiful new restaurants. They received a surprising 2 Michelin stars in 2013.  Guess the food has improved since our visit in 2011.

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3 Oct
2011

T’ang Court Restaurant Review, Hong Kong

Posted by Foodnut.com, October 3rd, 2011

Tang Court Hong Kong Interior

T’ang Court is a 2 Michelin star restaurant in the ritzy Langham Hotel in Hong Kong’s touristy Tsim Sha Tsui district. They focus on modern Chinese cuisine with a focus on elegant T’ang Dynasty decor. We had eaten lunch at Legendary Michelin three-star Lung King Heen, so our appetites were inhibited.

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28 Aug
2011

Harbourside Buffet Restaurant Review, Hong Kong

Posted by Foodnut.com, August 28th, 2011

Harbourside Buffet Intercontinential Hong Kong Interior

Best buffet in Hong Kong? Best buffet in the world? Harbourside is a restaurant in the InterContinental Hong Kong hotel that specializes in Buffets for lunch, dinner, and Sunday Brunch. They serve Asian, American, and other international dishes. Our last visit was in the summer of 2011 for Sunday brunch.

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25 May
2011

Fook Lam Moon Restaurant Review, Hong Kong

Posted by Foodnut.com, May 25th, 2011

Legendary crispy chicken wows us.

Fook Lam Moon Hong Kong Wanchai exterior decor

We recently visited Hong Kong and dined on excellent Cantonese Chinese food and more. Hong Kong is a modern city like New York, that is progressive, packed with energy, and filled with top-notch restaurants.

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15 May
2011

2011 Hong Kong Mini Restaurant Reviews

Posted by Foodnut.com, May 15th, 2011

We recently finished up our latest culinary tour of China in the Spring of 2011. Hong Kong is a world class city full of great food. Most of the Chinese food was superior to that in the San Francisco Bay Area and even Vancouver, BC Canada.

Here are some quick mini reviews of places we ate at, so you can understand how Hong Kong food compares, and so you select the best places on your visit.
We have full reviews for places we deemed important enough.

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9 May
2011

Sai Kung Seafood Market, Hong Kong

Posted by Foodnut.com, May 9th, 2011

Sai Kung Hong Kong 7

Our #1 destination in the world for Seafood. Well at least until we visit Japan?

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8 May
2011

The Chairman Restaurant Review, Hong Kong

Posted by Foodnut.com, May 8th, 2011

The Chairman Hong Kong 3

We recently visited Hong Kong and dined on excellent Cantonese Chinese food and more. Hong Kong is a modern city like New York, that is progressive, packed with energy, and filled with top-notch restaurants.

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