The teppanyaki grill at Nadaman at the Kowloon Shangri-La. It’s food that brings everyone together, says Rob Davenport, whose company makes ecological Japanese kitchenware. Photo: SCMP
The teppanyaki grill at Nadaman at the Kowloon Shangri-La. It’s food that brings everyone together, says Rob Davenport, whose company makes ecological Japanese kitchenware. Photo: SCMP

Where to eat hotpot, teppanyaki and Chinese desserts in Hong Kong: a pie-loving Englishman’s go-to restaurants

  • Rob Davenport is an Englishman who loves his pie and mash. He reveals his favourite places to eat Chinese comfort food and satisfy his sweet tooth
  • He likes the lobster and abalone at Lamma’s Rainbow Restaurant, and the hike afterwards, and goes to high-end hotel restaurants for clay pot rice and teppanyaki

The teppanyaki grill at Nadaman at the Kowloon Shangri-La. It’s food that brings everyone together, says Rob Davenport, whose company makes ecological Japanese kitchenware. Photo: SCMP
The teppanyaki grill at Nadaman at the Kowloon Shangri-La. It’s food that brings everyone together, says Rob Davenport, whose company makes ecological Japanese kitchenware. Photo: SCMP
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