Paris is the crucible in which the modern restaurant was formed, but tradition has possibly held on just a little too long, stifling innovation. Enter the “hole in the wall” restaurants like yam’Tcha, reinvigorating the culinary home.
Having piqued his interest with a Hong Kong Beer on a previous visit, IGT’s Travel Editor couldn’t let another stop in HK pass without some further investigation, so spent an afternoon at the craft brewery responsible.
Against a backdrop of high-end Hong Kong restaurants pushing novel luxury ingredients into their dishes, IGT looks for the traditional, done properly, dropping in at a rare old-school Cantonese restaurant.
IGT’s Travel Editor takes a look at flying visit to explore Hong Kong’s luxury hotels over brunch, afternoon tea, and booze, and big skyline sunsets.
Our man in Hong Kong reflects on dinner in the second part of IGT’s coverage of the Japanese restaurant’s foray in Lan Kwai Fong.
A year on from the Japanese chain’s foray into a revitalised Lan Kwai Fong, IGT takes a two-part look at its place in a renaissance of LKF luxury.