Depending on the dish, different varieties of rice give different results
Some Hong Kong restaurants are offering lesser-known species and farmed seafood to protect fish stocks
Siblings hope to wow Hongkongers with their fresh spin on chocolate.
Postcard-worthy views make Cafe 103 at the ICC in Kowloon a sought-after spot.
For a smaller bite, try a starter or look to the daily specials board.
Pickling is an integral part of Asian and Latin cuisines. Chefs at two Hong Kong restaurants tell us why they are making their own.
At one Causeway Bay outlet flavours change each week based on which fruits are in season, while a Japanese chain serves lollies in drinks.
Wonton noodles is one of Cantonese cuisine’s most iconic dishes. Janice Leung Hayes visits Mak An Kee in Sheung Wan, one of Hong Kong’s most famous wonton noodle restaurants, to find out exactly what goes into a perfect bowl. Illustration: Sarene Chan
The cafe features an all-day menu of salads, roast meats, fish, soups and toasted sandwiches.
The JIA Group CEO opened Meen & Rice at The Pulse so there'd be a place for locals and visitors to eat Chinese food on the beach, and to give Repulse Bay a "local".
Hong Kong restaurant chain keeps alive the tradition of serving sai yung, small portions of wonton noodles, as a snack.
Increasingly, chefs have been putting petals on their plates - and they vary according to the season.
"Hojicha is a roasted green tea," says Kosei Kamatani, who started the Japanese-inspired dessert cafe Via Tokyo with his brother and mother in 2013.
Cantonese teahouse opened in Hong Kong in 1926, and has a menu reflecting that era.
Hugo's serves classic cuisine in a castle-style setting.
The brothers behind one of the city's last niche Chinese cake shops turn out hard-to-find classics.