Review: Okra (Sai Ying Pun)

Marked by an understated neon sign, Okra’s fast-rising prestige and reputation for being a culinary hotspot – an extension of Okra 1949 in Beijing – has been earned through the team’s delicate execution of progressive Japanese cuisine.

Review: Rhoda (Sai Ying Pun)

Finding out that they bake their bread in-house with a dark ale and that they have a 25-strong bottled beer list was all we needed to hear to check out chef Nathan Green’s acclaimed eatery.

Review: Second Draft (Tai Hang)

Don’t let its demure exterior fool you – with two separate kegerators and a cold room to serve their brews on 26 taps at three different recommended temperatures, this may be Hong Kong’s most sophisticated beer bar yet.

Review: Beef & Liberty (Central)

The biggest Beef & Liberty truly shines in a sprawling 4,700sqft Lan Kwai Fong space. With an outdoor terrace, high ceilings, an expanded bar experience, live DJs on the weekends and much more, it’s a wonderful bar option in the heart of Lan Kwai Fong.