Lovin’ all the flurry HK-side! There was a time it seemed like TST was going to steal the show for good, but we’re def back in business here, especially west of Central. First is K-Town’s lovely Piccolo Pizzeria (Shop 1E, Davis St., Kennedy Town, 2824-3000), an ambitious venture by the Les Amis group (the same group that owns the eponymous restaurant in Singapore and Cepage in Wan Chai). What makes this cozy little pizzeria so special is that they use charcoal ovens to give their pizzas that irresistible woody, smoked flavor. The group is being quite aggressive with this concept, so PP will be expanding soon with a new outlet in CWB, and another two by next year. And then, the chicken craze has spread beyond Yardbird. There’s another new resto that specializes in this popular poultry, aptly named The Chicken Man (Shop 11, G/F, Hang Sing Mansion, 72 High St., Sai Ying Pun, 2559-2190). TCM is a neighborhood rotisserie that specializes in Australian and Brazilian whole and half chicken, chicken baguettes and chicken rolls. There’s also a bunch of salads, sides, soups and desserts to go along but honestly, you’re here for the chicken or you wouldn’t be here at all. Check out our review here. Finally, fans of Sahara in SoHo will be happy to know there’s another Moroccan joint owned by the same folks just down the block, called Le Souk (G/F, 4 Staunton St., Central, 2522-2128). Of course, this means there was yet another casualty on Staunton—remember Z Grill, guys? Hopefully Le Souk will enjoy a happier fate. If you want to know what we think about this hot new resto, check out our review.