Sachin Doshi is founder and CEO of Weave Living, which just opened a new accommodation concept called Weave Suites (weave-living.com) in Sai Ying Pun. I grew up in India and Australia but have lived in Hong Kong for almost 15 years. I am certainly a city person, loving the chaos of a metropolis, but at the same time I enjoy the outdoors and don’t mind chilling at a beach resort. One city I would love to return to is Tokyo. The food is delightful and it’s such a fascinating city. There is a great little okonomiyaki restaurant near Tokyo Station called Okonomiyaki Kiji (2-7-3 Marunouchi, Chiyoda-ky, Tokyo Building, Tokyo, Japan, tel: +81 3 3216 3123) that I would queue up for. I like Sydney for its laid-back vibes. One of my favourite restaurants there is Bennelong (Sydney Opera House, Bennelong Point, Sydney, Australia, tel: +61 2 9240 8000) at the Opera House, overlooking arguably the most beautiful harbour in the world. Of course, I want to visit my mum in India whom I haven’t seen for over a year. But now that I consider Hong Kong my home, I really enjoy Cantonese cuisine and am biased towards Chinese desserts. My favourite dim sum is Tin Lung Heen (102/F, The Ritz-Carlton, ICC, 1 Austin Road West, Tsim Sha Tsui, tel: 2263 2270). Their char siu (barbecued pork) is to die for. For dessert there is this hole-in-the-wall place called Fook Yuen (Lei Do Building, 7 Fuk Yuen Street, North Point, tel: 3106 0129) that has the most delicious black sesame soup. When it comes to Indian food, nothing beats a bowl of lentils and some paratha for me. Hong Kong has some amazing Indian restaurants, like Chaat (5/F, Rosewood Hong Kong, 18 Salisbury Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, tel: 5239 9220) and Rajasthan Rifles (Shop G01, The Peak Galleria, 118 Peak Road, The Peak, tel: 2388 8874). I also love Carbone (9/F, Lan Kwai Fong Tower, 33 Wyndham Street, Lan Kwai Fong, tel: 2593 2593) for comforting and delicious Italian food with my wife. For something quick, there is Beyrouth Bistro (39 Lyndhurst Terrace, Central, tel: 2480 5338) for hearty kebabs and hummus. Another favourite is the China Club (13/F-14/F, Old Bank of China Building, Bank Street, Central, tel: 2521 8888) for a local-style breakfast with a hot dai pai dong-style milk tea. For new visitors, Sevva (25/F, Landmark Prince’s, 10 Chater Road, Central, tel: 2537 1388) definitely has one of the best views of the city and their international menu is pretty special. The panoramic skyline view is perfect for lazy sundowners, but they also serve up a seriously delectable dosas and Thai basil chicken and rice. Around the new Weave Suites in Sheung Wan/Sai Ying Pun, there’s everything from fine dining to casual eateries. A popular spot is 208 Duecento Otto (208 Hollywood Road, Sheung Wan, tel: 2549 0208) for a good Italian meal. For a pick-me-up espresso, Winstons Coffee (213 Queens Road West, Sai Ying Pun, tel: 2559 5078) is the place to go. Lastly, Quinary (56-58 Hollywood Road, Central, tel: 2851 3223) offers world-class cocktails.