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  1. Magazines - 48hrs - EAT/DRINK

    25+ restaurants: West Villa serves traditional Cantonese dishes, including shark fin

    Posted Mar 05th 2014, 11:11pm by JANICE LEUNG HAYES

    ... branches dotted around Hong Kong Island. "Our goal is to continue serving Cantonese dishes made the traditional way," says Koo. "We've seen a lot more fusion taking place in Cantonese restaurants in Hong Kong recently. We seem to be losing the spirit of Cantonese cooking, which is to take simple ingredients, give them a lot of care and attention, and highlight ...

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    Shenzhen serves up regional China on a plate

    Posted Aug 29th 2013, 12:00am by Charley Lanyon

    ... or the Mao Family Restaurant. Some Hong Kong diners may find the Mao Zedong-themed interior off-putting, but put your politics aside because it serves excellent and authentic dishes from the late ... Charley Lanyon Shenzhen is bursting at the seams with regional Chinese dining options, writes Charley Lanyon Culinary crossovers HONG KONG FOODIES don't think twice about grabbing ...

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    Plate harvest

    Posted Oct 17th 2013, 12:00am by JENNI MARSH

    ... little-known African restaurants, and perhaps scenarios like this were the reason they have been under wraps for so long. For while Hong Kong is welcoming Ghanaians, Nigerians, Ugandans and Kenyans in droves, the recipes that crossed continents with them remain off the menu for most Hongkongers. The 2011 census made it tricky to pinpoint the exact number of Africans in Hong Kong- they fell ...

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    25+ restaurants: Kam Kee Café in Sheung Wan is a living relic of Hong Kong's past

    Posted Mar 19th 2014, 11:19pm by JANICE LEUNG HAYES

    ... and came to Hong Kong in the 1950s. He worked at a bing sutt in Wan Chai, says Ray Chui, current owner of Kam Kee. A few years later, Chan moved out to Shau Kei Wan, where he took over a dai pai dong and began serving Hong Kong-style milk tea. While the riots of 1967 left people apprehensive about the future, Chan rented a shop across the street and Kam Kee Cafe was born. Chui says ...

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    Package deals: film crew catering, Hong Kong style

    Posted Mar 19th 2014, 11:19pm by Andrew Sun

    ... these conversations about what hot foods to have, and catering to people's low-fat and fruit diets. You don't normally have this on a Chinese shoot." On Hong Kong film sets, lunch isn't so ... foreign film crews to adapt to Hong Kong ways is challenging. "One of the most troublesome things is figuring out where to eat," says Becky Lee, a producer at Freebase Media, a company ...

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    25+ restaurants: One Harbour Road at Grand Hyatt Hong Kong

    Posted Feb 19th 2014, 11:09pm by JANICE LEUNG HAYES

    ... I put it there is to keep the abalone and sea cucumber as close to 100 degrees Celsius as possible." 48hours@scmp.com   One Harbour Road, 7/F & 8/F Grand Hyatt Hong Kong, 1 Harbour ...

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    Hong Kong's artisan chocolatiers on a flavour quest

    Posted Feb 05th 2014, 10:26pm by Bernice Chan

    ... to people's lives." Meanwhile, Yu Wing-hong, pastry chef at Yè Shanghai, makes tea-flavoured chocolates in the kitchen of the Harbour City branch of the Shanghainese restaurant. "You have ...

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    Table talk: Hong Kong restaurants' February specials

    Posted Feb 05th 2014, 10:26pm by Susan Jung

    ... Susan Jungsusan.jung@scmp.com Susan Jung Café Allegro at the Regal Kowloon Hotel in Tsim Sha Tsui has Japanese and Korean dishes on its afternoon tea buffet (above) until February 23. The selection includes eggplant with miso; roasted chicken with teriyak ...

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    Authentic southern American barbecue comes to Hong Kong

    Posted Dec 11th 2013, 10:33pm by Bernice Chan

    ... Bernice Chan Two venues are bringing different American barbecue styles to Central, writes Bernice Chan Natural born grillers JUST OFF ABERDEEN Street on Kau U Fong is 85 South, where an American pair pride themselves on bringing North Carolina barbecue, known as the "Cradle of 'cue", to Hong Kong. Daven Patel and Thomas Easterling refer to themselves as "pit ...

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    Forget the pit, there are new options for barbecue lovers in Hong Kong

    Posted Nov 13th 2013, 10:29pm by Vanessa Yung

    ... Vanessa Yung Autumn in Hong Kong usually means heading out to a barbecue pit, but some places offer a little extra, writes Vanessa Yung Coal comforts AUTUMN IS HERE and that means it's barbecue time. In countries with more space, that would mean firing-up the backyard barbie, but in Hong Kong it means heading out to a public barbecue pit. Hongkongers love to barbecue so ...




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