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Sit back, relax and take a bite out of Hong Kong with Good Eating magazine – your authoritative guide to fine dining in Asia’s culinary capital

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Sheraton’s two Tung Chung hotels in Hong Kong are offering scrumptious feasts, from poon choi to backyard barbecues, all in time for Lunar New Year – here’s what to expect, and how to book your spots


The fare is no fuss or frills, but favourites like bruschetta, warm octopus salad, pasta, baked sea bass, tiramisu and cannoli make Ramato an authentic Italian experience

Pretzel and spaetzle are on the menu, but highlights include Koenigsberger Klopse or pork dumpling with capers and gherkins, and Brittany lobster with 58-degree egg

It is impossible to ignore the role garnishes play in perking up a drink’s IG postability – but now things have gotten so out of hand an anti-adornment backlash is brewing

Gorgeous chinoiserie is the theme here, along with a variety of delectable dim sum offerings and premium barbecued pork. Pair your meal with tea, tea-infused cocktails or even coffee

The possibility of a lockdown in Hong Kong continues to hover, but from five-star char siu to Michelin-starred curry, these out-the-box options might make staying home a tad more bearable

Wood Ear offers 400 rare whiskies from Scotland, Japan, and more, Brooklyn Yakuza is a stand-out izakaya and Quality Goods Club expertly blends fine dining, live music and cocktails

Shaken, stirred or even left layered, the martini remains a classic – as seen in the latest crop of bars to specialise in it in the city, from Argo at the Four Seasons to Darkside at the Rosewood

High-end restaurants’ rising demand has seen Hong Kong’s ‘three-yellow’ bird climb in the pecking order – even for traditional Western fare like the Sunday roast

The city’s F&B scene is now loading the legal cannabinoid in everything from cheesecake to chops, coffee to cocktails – here’s where to get your chill on

Spicy food is always popular in Hong Kong in winter – but just what ingredients grant these delicious dishes their kick? Three chefs reveal their secrets behind the spice

The modern menu at Hansik Goo is uniformly good and complemented with a sizeable alcohol list, all presented in a contemporary and inviting environment

With a varied menu stacked with fragrant tandoor platters, and desserts such as fig kulfi with pistachio, this restaurant never disappoints – which explains why it is always booked out

From fiery curries to tandoor favourites, this Indian restaurant on The Peak knows how to pack a punch, offering a fine menu and a fine Hong Kong panorama

With a menu packed to bursting with authentic items – think satay, Singaporean laksa, curries and desserts like kuih dadar – Café Malacca is a favourite haunt among lovers of spice