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 2017 Michelin Guide Hong Kong Macau 

Related Restaurant:Chili Club ( Thai ) and other 187 restaurants
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The brand new Michelin Guide Hong Kong & Macau for 2017 is available now!
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2016 is the 9th year forBurgeroom They moved from Granville Road to Fashion Walk...
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Best Restaurant Awards 2016” Prize Presentation Ceremony was held on 4th May (We...
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The long-awaited "2016 OpenRice Best Restaurant Awards" finally have the results...
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Best midnight snack in Tai Po

Related Restaurant:Wah Lap Restaurant ( Hong Kong Style ) and other 5 restaurants
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MAR 16
After watching the movie , you may think Tai Po is a bit horrible, but actually ...
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If we go to Kwun Tong, we used to have meal in the shopping mall. But nowadays p...
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Hong Kong is the city that never sleeps. Even if it’s 1:30 in the morning, you c...
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Top 15 Afternoon Tea Hotspots

Related Restaurant:Clipper Lounge ( Western ) and other 13 restaurants
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SEP 15
Afternoon tea is always the favorite of girls, beautiful looking, delicious snac...
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World famous British fashion brand Vivienne Westwood is going to open a theme ca...
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East-Asian countries are often the hot-picks for people seeking for a relaxing s...
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Hong Kong is the city that never sleeps. Even if it’s 1:30 in the morning, you can find somewhere open for a quick bite, a late-night snack, or a ‘mid-morning’ yum-cha session. Perfect for those occasional midnight cravings, post clubbing nights and long work days. And while some may moan the choices are limited, we should still be grateful that we live in almost the only place in the world where we get a choice between brunch, Japanese ramen or a Chinese feast after midnight! And, in a true testament to how much Hong Kong people love and need good food, these places are often still packed in the small hours of the day.In order to facilitate the palates of our night owl foodies, we’ve compiled a list of our favorite late-night eateries all over town. With this list in hand, you’ll have it covered whether you’re in the mood for a midnight English breakfast, dim sum b... More
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