Hong Kong Culture: Verde Mar – The Best in Mexican Cuisine in Hong Kong

First Published in: http://www.beijing-visitor.com/hong-kong-culture/verde-mar#sthash.0HOyMx40.dpuf Verde Mar (Hong Kong) Christopher KL Lau Mexican food has always been popular in Hong Kong and is enjoying a renaissance in the city. Restaurateur Vivian Wong has been at the forefront of bringing a truly unique and authentic Mexican dining experience to the legions of foodies in Hong Kong. HerContinue reading “Hong Kong Culture: Verde Mar – The Best in Mexican Cuisine in Hong Kong”

Hong Kong Culture: Tamarind (Pan-Asian Restaurant and Bar) – All Of Asia Under One Roof

First Published: http://www.beijing-visitor.com/hong-kong-culture/tamarind To blend all forms and types of Asian cuisine under one roof and still be successful is a very difficult task to achieve yet the fantastic fusion concept restaurant, Tamarind, manages to put it off with great skill and aplomb. Tamarind fuses the distinctive flavors of Indian, Thai and Vietnamese food intoContinue reading “Hong Kong Culture: Tamarind (Pan-Asian Restaurant and Bar) – All Of Asia Under One Roof”

Uncorking The Hong Kong Wine Industry with Renowned Hong Kong Wine Expert – Rodney Lloyd

First Published Here: http://www.beijing-visitor.com/hong-kong-culture/wine By Christopher KL Lau Through the decade, Hong Kong has slowly transformed itself into the Asia Pacific’s premier wine hub and its influence in this field is still growing further as it now acts as the gateway to the rapidly developing Chinese market. Until recently, wine could only be enjoyed andContinue reading “Uncorking The Hong Kong Wine Industry with Renowned Hong Kong Wine Expert – Rodney Lloyd”

POMME: A Taste of Paris in Hong Kong

First Published –  http://www.beijing-visitor.com/hong-kong-culture/pomme By Christopher KL Lau Located deep in the heart of Wanchai, Hong Kong, is a little taste of Paris for those with a sweet tooth to sample a diverse variety of cupcakes, tarts and cakes. For years, Hong Kong was lacking any form of truly authentic European style cafe culture wherebyContinue reading “POMME: A Taste of Paris in Hong Kong”

Zahrabel – Continuing the Lebanese Fine Dining Tradition in Hong Kong

First Published Here – http://www.beijing-visitor.com/china-city-guides/hong-kong/hong-kong-culture/zahrabel-lebanese-restaurant For many years, the Hong Kong dining scene has lacked truly outstanding and authentic Middle Eastern cuisine yet with the emergence of the acclaimed Zahrabel, this worry has long disappeared. Zahrabel is the long-awaited successor to the famed and much-loved Zahra with its mouth-watering selection and rich choice of Lebanese delicacies. TheContinue reading “Zahrabel – Continuing the Lebanese Fine Dining Tradition in Hong Kong”