CON­TRIB­U­TORS Kee Foong Lynn Fung Jan­ice Le­ung Hayes Mis­cha Moselle Mark Peaker Jo­hannes Pong David Wong Venus Wong

Hong Kong Tatler Best Restaurants (Hong Kong / Macau) - - Front page -

For­merly the ed­i­tor of the LUXE City Guides and Cathay Pa­cific's Dis­cov­ery mag­a­zine, and a ded­i­cated polyg­lut­ton, Kee de­fies lan­guage bar­ri­ers to eat his way around the globe. He has savoured cuisines high and low from Hanoi to Ha­vana, Chi­ang Mai to Cape Town, LA to Lon­don, Reyk­javik to Rome and Seoul to Sydney. Lynn was the for­mer ed­i­tor of Hong Kong Tatler Best Restau­rants guide but left in 2013 to man­age her fam­ily's pri­vate Liang Yi Mu­seum on Hol­ly­wood Road. She is cur­rently sam­pling her way through the crop of new fine-din­ing restau­rants that has sprung up in She­ung Wan and is de­lighted to re­port from one of the city's best culi­nary neigh­bour­hoods. Jan­ice be­gan a ca­reer in eat­ing (and writ­ing) in Mel­bourne, where she was first pub­lished be­yond her blog, in a com­mu­nity mag­a­zine. She has since eaten and writ­ten for ma­jor lo­cal and in­ter­na­tional pub­li­ca­tions in­clud­ing Aus­tralia Gourmet Trav­eller and Eater NY, and founded Hong Kong's largest farm­ers' mar­ket. Mis­cha has been lucky enough to write about food and wine for 11 years, most re­cently with the South China Morn­ing Post, and is grate­ful to the many chefs and wine­mak­ers who have ex­plained the be­hind the scenes magic to him that creates great meals. He is an en­thu­si­as­tic home cook as well as reg­u­lar restau­rant vis­i­tor. Since re­tir­ing from a di­ver­si­fied in­ter­na­tional ca­reer in fi­nance in 2001, Mark co-founded 3812 Con­tem­po­rary Art Projects, one of Hong Kong's lead­ing gal­leries which show­cases as­pir­ing Chi­nese and Euro­pean artists in a 7,000sq foot gallery space in Wong Chuk Hang. Mark is a reg­u­lar fine din­ing re­viewer for Hong Kong Tatler Best Restau­rants, part-time thes­pian, and a pas­sion­ate home chef. Travel and food writer Jo­hannes cov­ered the city's restau­rant scene as HK Mag­a­zine's for­mer Din­ing and Nightlife ed­i­tor. The jet-set­ting poly­glot cur­rently goes around the globe try­ing new flavours and con­trib­utes to var­i­ous re­gional and in­ter­na­tional pub­li­ca­tions. He also makes reg­u­lar tele­vi­sion ap­pear­ances and took Travel Chan­nel's An­drew Zim­mern out for snake on an episode of Bizarre Foods. David is the au­thor of “The Art of Mod­ern Por­tuguese Cui­sine” and founder of the Ma­cau Culi­nary As­so­ci­a­tion. David has worked in restau­rants and ho­tels around the globe, in­clud­ing the L'Au­ber­gade in France, An­ton Mosi­mann, Lon­don, Rick Stein in Pad­stow, Man­darin Oriental, Ma­cau, Banyan Tree, Bangkok & have cooked at the James Bread House in New York. David writes wine col­umns and restau­rant and wine re­views for nu­mer­ous me­dia in­clud­ing South China Morn­ing Post, Ma­cau Cguide and Best China Wine List Awards. Venus is a life­style con­trib­u­tor to Re­fin­ery29 in New York and is has pub­lished a Hong Kong drinks and din­ing des­ti­na­tion guide for Travel + Leisure. She lives for Asian cui­sine and has pre­vi­ously worked on con­cep­tu­al­is­ing food pho­to­shoots for Re­fin­ery29, such as quick ra­men and sushi tu­to­ri­als.

In-house: Jon Braun, Kissa Cas­tañeda, Bev­erly Cheng, Char­lene Co, Rachel Duf­fel, Wil­son Fok, Rik Glauert, Jacqueline Kot, Joanna Lam, Melissa Lim, Leanne Mi­randilla, Char­maine Mok, Lemmy Ng, Madeleine Ross, Chloe Street, Melissa Twigg, Es­ther Wong, Em­i­lie Yabut-Ra­zon

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