A Kagoshima sirloin ‘Bordelaise’ served at Le Pan in Kowloon Bay, which is known for its mix of Chinese elements and flavours in French-style cuisine. Photo: Goldin Group A Kagoshima sirloin ‘Bordelaise’ served at Le Pan in Kowloon Bay, which is known for its mix of Chinese elements and flavours in French-style cuisine. Photo: Goldin Group
A Kagoshima sirloin ‘Bordelaise’ served at Le Pan in Kowloon Bay, which is known for its mix of Chinese elements and flavours in French-style cuisine. Photo: Goldin Group

From salmon sushi to French toast to suckling pig, a nutritionist’s favourite Hong Kong restaurants

  • Canadian-certified doctor of natural medicine Candice Chan is an alternative health care professional whose eclectic taste mixes the good with the naughty
  • She reveals her favourite healthy lunch spot, places for a quick dinner, comfort food and fancy dining, and the place she’ll use any excuse to visit

Topic |   Hong Kong dining recommendations
A Kagoshima sirloin ‘Bordelaise’ served at Le Pan in Kowloon Bay, which is known for its mix of Chinese elements and flavours in French-style cuisine. Photo: Goldin Group A Kagoshima sirloin ‘Bordelaise’ served at Le Pan in Kowloon Bay, which is known for its mix of Chinese elements and flavours in French-style cuisine. Photo: Goldin Group
A Kagoshima sirloin ‘Bordelaise’ served at Le Pan in Kowloon Bay, which is known for its mix of Chinese elements and flavours in French-style cuisine. Photo: Goldin Group
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