In an exciting collaboration highlighting the best of Cantonese cuisine, two rising star Cantonese chefs, Chef ArChan Chan of Ho Lee Fook, and Chef Jayson Tang of one Michelin-starred Man Ho Chinese Restaurant at JW Marriott Hotel Hong Kong will join forces for a special event occurring over two days on 11th and 18th October.
As Asians, we tend to gravitate to a bowl of piping hot rice to satisfy our hunger at any time of the day. But there’s the undeniable draw of something more, for which sushi, Japan’s heart of culinary offerings, sparks an entirely new love affair.
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Hong Kong is welcoming the jet set with renewed vigour. There are fresh attractions, new arts and cultural precincts like the impressive West Kowloon Cultural District, and above all, a reimagined dining scene.
Ho Lee Fook’s ArChan Chan is teaming up with Jayson Tang of Man Ho Chinese Restaurant for two nights of reimagined Cantonese classics
What a difference a day can make! Especially when you consider how much fun you can compress into a compact city like Hong Kong, which is precisely why we invited Henry Golding to Hong Kong for a whirlwind itinerary of local experiences, including tranquil temples, hidden local gems and world-class dining.
If you’ve ever dreamt of spending your days surrounded by cakes, cookies and ice cream, Karys Plaxe’s job might just be your dream one. After adding several notches to her culinary belt in New York, where she worked under famed pastry chefs like Francisco Migoya and Noah Carroll, Karys has been the Pastry Chef at Black Sheep Restaurants Group, including Gelato Messina and Butter Cake Shop, for the last three years.
There are grand French fine dining rooms, and then there is Belon. The path it has travelled has taken many detours. When the restaurant opened, its goal was to be a French bistro, not a Michelin starred establishment, however, it quickly developed a following.
Dip into Sushi Haru for an expedient lunch meal in just under an hour, sampling up to a dozen rice and fish creations. Discover the delights of 60-Minute Feasts and the artistry of sushi with Chef Hiro as he explores the world of umami flavors. Dive into this delectable experience at Sushi Haru in Hong Kong.