Pork and caviar specialists join the new openings spicing up the city’s dining scene this month
Pork and caviar specialists join the new openings spicing up the city’s dining scene. 80 Join us for our eagerly anticipated restaurant awards and the launch of our annual Hong Kong and Macau dining guide
1 the fat pig oink oink!
British chef Tom Aikens’ celebration of all things porcine features not only ribs and chops, but more adventurous dishes. Barbecued, baked, braised, steamed or slow roasted, most are designed for sharing. Sounds crackling!
2 mercedes me dining car
The love child of Maximal Concepts and Mercedes-benz rolls a retail store, lounge and restaurant into one. Peruse Mercedes products and customise your car before sitting down to Japaneseinspired cocktails and Peruvian bites. mercedes-benz.com/hk
3 roe play almas caviar bar
Love caviar? Have six like-minded friends? This seven-seater on the 102nd floor of The Ritz-carlton serves five sustainable varieties of caviar alongside premium champagnes and vodkas. Perfect for an intimate pre- or post-prandial rendezvous. ritzcarlton.com
4 tong chong street market hit the road
Promising a street-food revolution every Sunday until December 27, the revamped Taikoo Place market features 40 stalls selling an array of mouth-watering treats and organic produce from innovative local establishments. tongchongstreetmarket.com
5 the optimist hot off the grill
The team behind Pirata brings a taste of northern Spain to Wan Chai, focusing on asador-style barbecue dishes. Think whole grilled turbot and Galician rib eye—and the seafood tower is not to be missed. theoptimist.hk