Grace MW Wong

Jessica Lee was born in Hong Kong and this is reflected in her eclectic choice of restaurants. While staying healthy to teach at Flex, Lemon Drop and Pherform, Lee enjoys the odd indulgence, including a gin & tonic and crisps

Veteran of Hong Kong dining scene tells us his top places for alfresco dining, Chinese comfort food, and roast goose, plus where to eat on Lamma and the best cocktails in Central


Law likes casual dining spots near her design studio in Western, is eager to try new places such as Cobo House and Samsen and, having grown up ‘eating sushi every other day’, likes the adventurous Japanese at Toritama

Hongkonger Maurice Kong, a food and beverage professional, is willing to go the extra mile to get the best – to Tai O for a coffee, Cheung Chau for fish balls, Yuen Long for wife cakes and a Mong Kok wet market for congee

The pastry chef, of 2am:dessertbar fame, tells Grace MW Wong about Hong Kong farm-to-table dining concept Cobo House - with rooftop garden made using sand from Okinawa - and how she started making edible art

Liu, who teaches Chinese painting at a studio in Prince Edward, Kowloon, tells us his favourite places for breakfast, lunch and dinner – including dim sum and Cantonese staples

The late Singaporean leader liked salads and fish, ate lots of fruit, and would tolerate no butter or cream in his food, says former chef of the French embassy in city state.

South African Southsider knows his way around Stanley's dining options, can't get enough of one Central restaurant, and likes his steak and burgers.

The chef de cuisine at Grissini, at the Grand Hyatt, in Wan Chai, talks to Grace M.W. Wong about making it to the top at a young age and says he's no fan of snake soup or chicken feet.

The French chef, who was in town recently to launch his HK$16,000 book, Ma Cuisine Francaise, talks to Grace MW Wong about fusion food and a foray into Asia.

I like to support social enterprises, and one of my favourite places is Tung Wah Group of Hospitals' iBakery Gallery Café.

I have been living in Hong Kong for four years. My two business partners and I opened the first La Rotisserie a year ago in Sheung Wan.