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Types of Restaurants

Food and loving kindness

Healthy, inexpensive, mouth-watering dishes often seem to be unreachable treasures these days as food prices soar. Certainly, finding a nice, affordable place for lunch has been quite a headache for me.

Thursday, 26 July, 2012, 12:00am

Neat eating will stop wastage

When people are eating in restaurants, they often accidentally drop food onto the table.

I think lots of people have the same dilemma I do: eat it or throw it away? It might seem dirty to eat it but it is wasteful to throw it away.

What is the right thing to do?

24 Jul 2012 - 12:00am

Extended lunch the start of a long love affair

Six years ago, Daniel Schneersohn, who grew up in Paris, became an investor in Chez Patrick Restaurant, now a small chain. Little did he know at the time that it would result in him giving up a successful career in IT to focus full time on his passion for food and wine, particularly that from his home country.

What took you from IT to managing director of a restaurant group?

12 Jul 2012 - 12:00am

Fans scrimp on Euro 2012 action

Soccer fans have been spending the early hours watching the Euro 2012 matches in Wan Chai's bar district - but you would not have found them sitting inside sports bars.

Instead, many viewers opted for less expensive venues like tea shops and fast-food restaurants, which offered live screenings of the games.

2 Jul 2012 - 12:00am

Listings - Soho / Mid-levels / The Peak

AYUTHAIYA RESTAURANT

35 Hollywood Road, Central, 3105 5055

www.aqua.com.hk

Cuisine Thai

Specialities Seafood

Wine Six white and red wines by the glass

Best for Impressing visitors

Average food cost Lunch HK$88, dinner HK$340

22 Jun 2012 - 12:00am

Recreate the essence of French chic ... chez toi

Hongkongers' love affair with French cafes and restaurants seems inexhaustible. Every month a new bistro or brasserie opens that looks as though it's been plucked straight from France and placed incongruously on a street in Hong Kong. And long-established haute cuisine establishments remain firm favourites among residents here.

20 Jun 2012 - 12:00am

Social media encourages foodies to wine, dine and book online

Restaurant Week returns to Hong Kong on July 9. This is Hong Kong's third Restaurant Week and this time diners will have a chance to enjoy discounted set lunches and dinners at 71 restaurants, including 23 previously unlisted venues. However, previous favourite Bo Innovation is not participating.

The biannual event is organised by DiningCity.com.

14 Jun 2012 - 12:00am

Take a break to refuel in style

If you need to refill - or just stop for a few moments and recaffeinate - you have several choices at Horizon Plaza. Starting right at the top, TREE, on the 28th floor, has a bright, open-plan cafe that not only looks out over the sea but, through a long window, into the furniture boutique's busy carpentry workshop.

11 Apr 2012 - 12:00am

Table talk

Dong Zhenxiang of Beijing's Da Dong Roast Duck Restaurant will bring a team of chefs to cook at Mandarin Oriental's Man Wah from April 14-22. There is a choice of a la carte or set lunch and dinner menus. Dong will host a 12-course wine-pairing dinner for HK$2,188 plus 10 per cent on April 20.

5 Apr 2012 - 12:00am

COUNTRY comforts

ROMAN HOLIDAY

FARE Traditional Roman cuisine.

AMBIENCE Warmly-lit with low ceilings covered with murals and traditional Italian-inspired d?r and pottery hanging on the walls evoke a laid-back, countryside setting.

COST HK$1,600 for dinner for two with drinks.

WHO TO BRING Friends, colleagues or significant other.

29 Mar 2012 - 12:00am

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