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  1. Business - China Business - RESTAURANTS

    Fast-food chains reinvent themselves as Chinese tastes evolve

    Posted Jul 18th 2014, 11:49am by Celine Sun

    ... The décor incorporates Chinese elements such as lanterns and abacuses. In December, it revitalised its menu by adding several Chinese-style dishes, like rice topped with meat and fried dough. ...

  2. Lifestyle - Food & Wine - RESTAURANTS

    Restaurant review: Yonge Piggies

    Posted Feb 07th 2013, 12:00am by Susan Jung

    ... for a combo (hot dog, regular fries and soft drink). There's no service charge. Ambience: casual and crowded. There are only about 10 seats (on backless stools) inside the restaurant, and a few ... of grilled meats. The poutine topping (cheese curds and gravy) for the fries (add HK$6 in the combo, or HK$30 for small or HK$56 for large à la carte) didn't taste of much. Recommended dishes: ...

  3. Lifestyle - Food & Wine - RESTAURANTS

    Review: Come Into Chiuchow Restaurant

    Posted Jan 10th 2013, 12:00am by Susan Jung

    ... although the meat from both the breast and thigh were tender, and even better were the thick slices of liver and bean curd. The bitter flavour of mustard green braised with pork belly, mushrooms and dried shrimp (HK$120) was a little too muted. Recommended dishes: "fried fish meat noodles" (HK$90)- short, thick strands of noodles made of mashed fish meat cooked with bean sprouts, ...

  4. Lifestyle - Food & Wine - RESTAURANTS

    Review: 22 Ships

    Posted Jan 10th 2013, 12:00am by Susan Jung

    ... seating along the walls. Pros: the menu is brief but tempting. Each category, which includes eggs, seafood, meat and vegetables, has a maximum of seven offerings. Cons: although the squid pieces ... and was more like meat rillettes. Recommended dishes: the inherent oiliness of the fish in a dish of miso grilled mackerel with wasabi avocado and cucumber chutney (HK$148) was balanced by the brightly ...

  5. Lifestyle - Food & Wine - RESTAURANTS

    Review: Piggy Grill

    Posted Dec 13th 2012, 12:00am by Susan Jung

    ... Cons: the lo shui suckling pig feet and duck tongues (HK$88) hadn't absorbed much flavour from the master stock, and the feet could have been simmered longer, which would have made the meat ... to look at, but the vegetable was soft, succulent and delicious. Grilled baby pigeons (which were actually fried) were well-priced at HK$68 for two. The skin was delicately crisp and the meat ...

  6. Lifestyle - Food & Wine - RESTAURANTS

    Review: Bistro du Vin

    Posted Jan 24th 2013, 12:00am by Susan Jung

    ... The charcuterie platter of house-made rillettes, thinly sliced sausage and a thick slice of pâté were varied and delicious, although crunchy crusted plain white bread to eat with the meats would have been better than the sliced bread served to every table. The suckling pig confit (HK$230 for a leg, HK$210 for the belly) had been poached in fat before being baked to crisp the skin. The meat ...

  7. Lifestyle - Food & Wine - RESTAURANTS

    Review: Cafe Malacca

    Posted Jan 03rd 2013, 12:00am by Susan Jung

    ... carbonara, bolognese and chocolate sundaes. We ordered the Straits dishes only. Cons: the beef rendang (HK$88) had tender meat, but the sauce hadn't cooked down long enough, so it wasn't ... and priced at HK$72 for six pieces, was very good. The meat was tender and moist, the peanut sauce tasted home-made and it was served with soft pillows of rice cakes. The fried carrot cake (HK$63) ...

  8. Lifestyle - Food & Wine - RESTAURANTS

    Restaurant review: H.E.A.T

    Posted Jan 31st 2013, 12:00am by Susan Jung

    ... and we were served a fresh batch that was much better, with well-flavoured meat that we wrapped in the accompanying lettuce leaves. Lemon grass buttered chicken wings tasted neither like garlic ...

  9. Lifestyle - Food & Wine - RESTAURANTS

    Restaurant review: Ramen Jo

    Posted Jan 24th 2013, 12:00am by Susan Jung

    ... a perfect balance of fat to meat, as well as pickled bamboo shoots and minced spring onions. What else? To order, you tick what you want from a menu, with options including how firm you want ...

  10. Lifestyle - Food & Wine - RESTAURANTS

    Restaurant review: Sake Bar Ginn

    Posted Feb 07th 2013, 12:00am by Charmaine Chan

    ... wouldn't receive it until 8.30pm. Ideally, the cook explained, the meat is stewed for two days, so it is luxury in a mouthful. Ours, which had no discernible taste of sake, was cooked in just eight ...




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