Sunday brunch at Holt’s Cafe, in the Rosewood Hong Kong, one of several new reasons to get excited about eating out in the city again. Photo: Handout
Sunday brunch at Holt’s Cafe, in the Rosewood Hong Kong, one of several new reasons to get excited about eating out in the city again. Photo: Handout

Hong Kong restaurants: 14 new menus and openings – Hiroki Nakanoue of Osaka’s Michelin-starred Sushiyoshi launches an artisanal omakase menu, plus a new Rosewood Sunday brunch

  • Woolly Pig teams up with Gweilo beer to open Grain at Little Creatures’ former location in Kennedy Town, while Cali-Mex opens an upscale concept in Fashion Walk
  • Basehall chef Barry Quek takes on pork rib bak kut teh after his beloved laksa, and Japanese cuisine fans can look forward to new izakayas and fine dining

Sunday brunch at Holt’s Cafe, in the Rosewood Hong Kong, one of several new reasons to get excited about eating out in the city again. Photo: Handout
Sunday brunch at Holt’s Cafe, in the Rosewood Hong Kong, one of several new reasons to get excited about eating out in the city again. Photo: Handout
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