Wagyu ravioli from Radical Chic, one of the Hong Kong restaurants helping to redefine our understanding of Italian cuisine. Photo: K. Y. Cheng
Wagyu ravioli from Radical Chic, one of the Hong Kong restaurants helping to redefine our understanding of Italian cuisine. Photo: K. Y. Cheng

Pasta, pizza and tiramisu? Italian food is so much more, say four chefs in Hong Kong who are redefining our understanding of the country’s cuisine

  • Antimo Merone of Hong Kong restaurant Estro elevates homey southern Italian food to fine dining; Radical Chic’s Andrea Zamboni deconstructs common dishes
  • German-born pair Roland Schuller and Bjoern Alexander make creative use of Italian ingredients at Octavium in Central. ‘There are no boundaries,’ Alexander says

Wagyu ravioli from Radical Chic, one of the Hong Kong restaurants helping to redefine our understanding of Italian cuisine. Photo: K. Y. Cheng
Wagyu ravioli from Radical Chic, one of the Hong Kong restaurants helping to redefine our understanding of Italian cuisine. Photo: K. Y. Cheng
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