+852 3100 8555
18 grams, coffee shop
18 Grams is a small Australian-style corner cafe opened very recently. The name of the cafe refers to the weight of grinded coffee to make an espresso. Like its name, the tiny cafe is light and minimal in its green-themed, naturalistic decor, which makes it a relaxing and casual place to hang out.
a: Shop C, G/F, Hoi To Court, 15 Cannon Street, Causeway Bay
t: +852 2893 8988
a: Shop B04, B/F, Gala Place, 56 Dundas Street, Mong Kok
t: +852 2770 1339
a: Shop 3001-G, Level 3, Gateway Arcade, Harbour City, 17 Canton Road, Tsim Sha Tsui
22 ships, spanish
22 Ships offers an eclectic menu of modern Spanish tapas created by Michelin Star Chef Jason Atherton of Pollen Street Social fame – a protégé of Ferran Adrià and Gordon Ramsay. All tapas served in a buzzy yet relaxed setting, and a dynamic list of wines, spirits and Spanish beers. The no reservation- no service charge tapas bar offers diners an opportunity to experience what Atherton describes as ‘the deformalizing of fine dining’.
a: G/F, 22 Ship Street, Wan Chai
t: +852 2555 0722
amo eno wine bar
Offering a broad range of wines from around the globe, from top "micro" boutiques to the rarest wines from historic and legendary producers in their best vintages. Exclusive and unique wine lifestyle accessories from top designers and technology integration that makes the brand one-of-a-kind experience.
a: Shop 3027, Podium Level 3, IFC Mall, 1 Harbour View , Central
t: +852 2954 9922
Antique Patisserie is the perfect English style place for a quiet cup of coffee. With a wide range of tasty sweets such as macarons, brownies, tarts and cookies - Antique Patisserie provides the perfect companion for your tea or coffee. If you choose to go without the sweets, perhaps one of the many coffee flavours would appeal, including Italian eggnog, French vanilla or butterscotch to name a few.
a: G/F, Shop C, 2 Mee Lun Street, Central
t: +852 2542 2816
armani prive, lounge bar
Giorgio Armani's own exclusive nightclub where Milan's fashion crowd come to play, has now arrived in Hong Kong – following its success in Milan, Tokyo and Dubai. Hong Kong's Armani/Privé has two avant-garde faces - an up-beat lounge club where the gliteratti play late into the night to the latest DJ vibes, and a chill-out rooftop terrace with electric skyscraper city views.
a: Shop 204-205, 2/F, Chater House, 8 Connaught Road Central, Central
t: 3583 2828
On the 29th floor, restaurant included 2 private rooms and award-winning bar. On the 30th floor, strikingly stunning is the 270 degree panoramic view of the city.
a: 29-30/F, Hotel Lkf by Rhombus, 33 Wyndham Street, Lan Kwai Fong, Central
t: +852 3518 9330
b.a.r. executive bar
Serving up sake martinis (sake-tini), over 300 types of imported whiskey direct from Japan and the UK and cocktails. Recommended is the rare single-malt Hokkaido served cooly on the rocks. Snacks are available aswell but not your usual chips and peanuts. This is a japanese bar so expect to find otsumami in the form of French cheese and spicy croutons which goes great with sake.
a: 27/F, Bartlock Centre, 3 Yiu Wa St, Causeway Bay
t: +852 2893 2080
BCN’s motto should be ‘come hungry – or don’t come at all’. Indeed, head chef Edgar Sanuy Barahona means serious business when it comes to feeding his guests. A newcomer to the dining scene, the narrow venue (tucked behind an unassuming, charcoal façade) is a midway point between a tapas bar and chef’s table. It’s a tiny space with only 12 high stools surrounding an open kitchen where the affable chef preps and personally explains his brand of creative Spanish cuisine.
a: G/F, 37 Peel Street, Soho, Central
t: +852 2811 2851
beyrouth cafe, lebanon
specialized in kebab
a: Shop A, G/F, 39 Lyndhurst Terrace, Central
t: +852 2854 1872
a: G/F, 5 Lan Kwai Fong, Central
t: +852 2522 7444
a: G/F, new Mandarin Plaza Tower B, 14 Science Museum Road, Tsim Sha Tsui
t: +852 3622 3622
blue butcher, american
A New-York themed restaurant, Blue Butcher specialises in excellent meat selections and stunning preparation. This venue is also famous for its cocktails.
a: 108 Hollywood Road, Central
t: +852 2613 9286
bombay dreams, indian
An institution in Hong Kong for the finest Indian fare, Bombay Dreams in Central has won accolades from guests with a discerning taste for traditional Indian cuisine. Created by renowned Indian chefs direct from their home country, Bombay Dreams present authentic Indian cuisine in a style that has established it as truly fine dining – Indian style! Exotic desserts are a feature.
a: 4/F, 77 Wyndham Street, Central
t: +852 2971 0001
boujis, private club
The member's only club features traditional elements of Boujis’ British heritage with a urban chic that befits Hong Kong. You will see their iconic noble blue highlighted in their panelled walls, beautiful molding’s and other sophisticated furnishing details. Pass the lounge and the long bar is a dance area. There's also a slimless LED wall, mixed with state of the art sound systems. At the back is where the VIPs are.Boujis serves a selof decadent and innovative cocktails, as well as a large array of drinks on request. You will also see a British-inspired food menu there.
a: 37 Pottinger Street, Central, Hong Kong
t: +852 2324 0200
For those of you who have a thing for this hip place in London, you have now somewhere to go in HK to soothe the nostalgia. Brick Lane Restaurant and Bar has opened on Minden Avenue Tsim Sha Tsui earlier in June. The whole concept of setting up the cafeteria by a couple of young bankers is exactly the special feeling they have for this little street.
a: G/F, 2 Blenheim Avenue, Tsim Sha Tsui
t: +852 2736 8893
cafe loisl, coffee shop
A place that takes you far far away from Hong Kong…This café is packed full of flavour in terms of ambience and of course, their signature Viennese coffee. Come join in on the European action while sipping on Vienna Iced Coffee, consisting of coffee, vanilla ice cream and whipped cream. They also make an amazing apple strudel!
a: Shop A, G/F, 8 Tai On Terrace, Sheung Wan
t: +852 9179 0209
dragon-i, vip nightclub
the place to be seen for hong kong’s chic, gorgeous, cosmopolitan crowd as well as the first stop for classy jet-setting international guests
a: ug/f, the centrium, 60 wyndham street, central, hong kong
t: +852 3110 1222
ebeneezer's kebabs & pizzeria
Established in 1993, Ebeneezer's specializes in Kebabs, Curries, Pizzas, Biryanis, Salads, Fish-N-Chips!
a: Shop G01C, G/F, Astoria Building, 24-38 Ashley Road, Tsim Sha Tsui
t: +852 2114 0999
a: Shop 4, G/F, Wanchai Central Bldg, 89 Lockhart Road, Wan Chai
t: +852 2529 3738
a: G/F, 24 Hollywood Road, Central
t: +852 2973 0081
a: G/F, Multifield Plaza, 3 Prat Avenue, Tsim Sha Tsui
t: +852 3580 1355
A bar with both indoor and alfresco lounging offering spectacular views of Victoria Harbour
a: Shop 3001, 30/F, iSquare, 63 Nathan Road , Tsim Sha Tsui
t: +852 2487 3988
gaddi’s is one of the finest and most elegant french restaurants in hong kong
a: 1/f, the peninsula hotel, 19-21 salisbury road, tsim sha tsui, kowloon, hong kong
t: +852 2315 3171
grand central bar & grill, american sports bar
grand central bar & grill marks a new era and pushes the american sports bar & grill concept to a new and hip ‘urban’ dining experience
a: shop r001, roof level, civic square, elements, 1 austin road west, tsim sha tsui, kowloon
t: +852 2736 4888
greyhound cafe, thai
By offering trendy and creative mix of menus, service and ambience at the competitive price in the same segment, Hong Kong’s Greyhound Café will not forget its roots and diners can expect a vast menu of simple food with a twist with Greyhound Cafe’s personal touch of service and atmosphere.
a: Shop OTG01, Ground Floor, Ocean Terminal, Harbour City, 17 Canton Road , Tsim Sha Tsui
t: +852 2383 6600
a: Shop 1082, 1/F, International Finance Centre Mall, 1 Harbour View Street, Central
t: +852 2383 1133
a: Shop L2-42, 2/F, Festival Walk, 80 Tat Chee Avenue, Kowloon Tong
t: +852 2383 4838
hazel & hershey, coffee shop
Coffee bean to cup, they do direct trade from origin, estate or farmers only. We roast our own beans on site, and bean picking before and after roasting. They also provide coffee appreciation, coffee brewing and SCAE certification classes.
a: Shop 3, 69 Peel Street, Central, Hong Kong, Central
t: +852 3106 0760
ho hung kee, chinese
the first ever michelin-starred wonton noodles shop in the world
a: 2 sharp street east, causeway bay, hong kong
t: +852 2577 6558
hung's delicacies, chiu chow
Hung's Delicacies is most popular amongst locals even before it was honoured by a Michelin star. The Nanhai based owner Lai Wai-Hung has started his culinary journey since 17, and has worked in Yung Kee Restaurant for 18 years before moving to managing more than 10 restaurants at the airport. His marinating skills were passed on by a Chiu Chau Master. Dishes are authentic and lives up to all customers' expectations.
a: Shop 4, G/F, Ngan Fai Building, 84-94 Wharf Road, North Point
t: +852 2570 1108
kau kee restaurant, guangdong
With over 90 years of history on Gough Street, Kau Kee still never fails to deliver its most popular Beef Brisket Noodles in Clear Broth. What distinguishes Kau Kee from other noodle restaurants is that they only serve Beef Brisket in Clear broth and curry soup.
a: G/F, 21 Gough Street, Central
t: +852 2850 5967
kaya korean restaurant
Korean barbecue restaurant, the famous dishes are roast beef, roast pock and grilled pock satay with special sauces.
a: 6/F, 8 Russell Street,, Causeway Bay
t: +852 2838 9550
kee club, private club
KEE is a sanctuary where members and their guests can gather to eat,meet,do business party.Or just be.It is relaxed,chic,witty,discreet and will continue to be shaped by the people who consider it'home'.KEE has created an exclusive salon culture incorporating convivial fine dining,an international nightclub as well as unique lifestyle,corporate and cultural events.
a: 6/F, Yunug Kee Building, 32 Wellington Street, Central
t: +852 2810 9000
kwan kee claypot rice, guangdong
With 18 years of experience and more than 30 choices, Kwan Kee is the master of claypot rice. The restaurant is located between Sheung Wan and Central districts, a neighborhood that is rich in the colors of Old Hong Kong.
a: Shop 1, Wo Yick Mansion, 263 Queen's Road West, Western District
t: +852 2803 7209
la creperie, french
Authentic french creperie, offering a wide selection of cakes and pancakes, you will find everything bretagne has to offer on your plate!
a: 1/F, Kui Chi Mansion, 100-102 Queen's Road East, Wan Chai, Hong Kong
t: +852 2529 9280
laduree, french dessert
Alongside their incredible world-famous macarons, the HK store will also be selling chocolates, confectionary, teas, scented candles and home fragrances – all in that trademark beautiful Ladurée packaging.
a: Shop 3224, 3/F, Gateway Arcade, Harbour City, 17 Canton Road, Tsim Sha Tsui
t: +852 2175 5028
l'atelier de joel robuchon, french
never fear to showcase creativity in its menu, the french restaurant will take dinners to the boldest yet finest culinary journey in hong kong
a: shop 315 & 401, the landmark, central, hong kong
t: +852 2166 9000
law fu kee, congee
Famous for its smooth and creamy chinese porridge, a popular lunch choice for locals
a: 50 Lyndhurst Terrace, Central, Hong Kong
t: +852 2850 6756
a: 140 Des Voeux Road
t: +852 2541 3080
a: 144 Queen's road, Central, Hong Kong
t: +852 2543 3881
Levain Bakery offers the finest european style artisan breads. Among the breads we made are baguettes, sourdoughs, pan breads, brioche and croissants. All products are handmade by artisan bakers. In addition, we specialize in custom development to meet your unique needs and flavor preferences.
a: G/F, 39 Arberdeen Street, Central
t: +852 2559 0889
life café restaurant & bar, vegetarian
life cafe is an oasis of calm in the midst of the bustling city, providing a wide variety of organic and healthy food
a: 10 shelley street, soho, central, hong kong
t: +852 2810 9777
maison eric kayser, bakery
Eric Kayser has launched an extensive product offering with more than 300 breads, baked goods and pastries, grocery products and a range of savoury or sweet treats. He has created a high-end yet affordable brand with modern, urban store design.
a: Shop G14-15, G/F, Ocean Terminal, Harbour City, 17 Canton Road, Tsim Sha Tsui
t: +852 2736 2884
a: 60 Ventris Road , Happy Valley
t: +852 3107 0008
mak an kee, noodles
traditional guangdong restaurant specialising in wonton noodles
a: g/f, 37 wing kat street, central
t: +852 2541 6388
Their mixologists have concocted many bespoke cocktails. For lovers of the grape, our boutique cellar features select Old and New World wines and fine Champagnes. With classy decor and special interior designs, Mamoz is a perfect place for you to enjoy their exclusive cocktails.
a: 27-28/F, Cubus, 1 Hoi Ping Road, Causeway Bay
t: +852 2890 3182
man sing, hong kong style
Being in a competitive restaurant district, Man Sing has certainly surpassed other restaurant from one simple dish- Steamed minced pork. Loved by all ages, this dish is said to be worth the wait by the customers. In addition, the "char siu" fried egg and "Saliva Chicken" are other star dishes of this restaurant.
a: G/F, 16 Wun Sha Street, Tai Hang
t: +852 2576 7272
Mana is truly health and eco-conscious from the inside out. Serving its own brand of 'fast slow food' - meaning healthy, organic food which is served on the go - the menu has a wide range of juices, wraps and even oddities like the vegan truffle dessert.
a: 92 Wellington Street, Central
t: +852 2851 1611
manor seafood restaurant, guangdong
Manor Seafood Restaurant serves fresh seafood and it's a famous local restaurants which attracted many celebrities to visit.
a: Shop F-G, 440 Jaffe Road, Causeway Bay
t: +852 2863 9999
mcsorley's ale house, bar
a comfortable and unpretentious irish pub offering good food and draft beers
a: 55 elgin street, soho, central, hong kong
t: +852 2522 2646
a: shop g11a-1, g/f, block b, db plaza, discovery bay, hong kong
t: +852 2987 8280
finest japanese restaurant offers views over victoria harbour and hong kong island, includes a sushi bar, a main dining area and a private dining room
a: 2/f, intercontinental hotel, 18 salisbury road, tsim sha tsui, kowloon, hong kong
t: +852 2721 1211
one harbour road, cantonese
a split level restaurant resembling an elegant mansion during 1930, with cozy residential décor; definitely tickle anyone’s taste bud with its refined and elegant cuisine from its five-star kitchen
a: 7-8/f, grand hyatt, 1 harbour road, wanchai, hong kong
t: +852 2584 7722
play, private club
PLAY, the hottest club in the heart of LKF, is bringing a bold new flavor to nightlife scenes. Fuelled by trend-setters and HK's elite, PLAY is distinguished for its single continuous 8,000 square foot club. The venue has also incorporated a versatile stage for any personality and party with a fully interactive and changeable LED light panels, which is optimal for customizing any event.
a: 1/F, On Hing Building, 1 On Hing Terrace, Central
prime, steakhouse & wine bar
classic dining in a superb environment with stylish steakhouse dining
a: Shop R008, 3/F, Civic Square, Elements, 1 Austin Road West, Tsim Sha Tsui
t: +852 2311 3108
quinary, cocktail bar
Quinary bar serves creative cocktails to their customers by the renowned Antonio Lai.
a: G/F, 56-58 Hollywood Road, Central
t: +852 2851 3223
RED Bar + Restaurant provide innovative California cuisine for health-conscious patrons to heartier fare like pastas, steak and desserts. RED also provide healthy dining and fantastic cocktails.
a: 4/F, Tower 2, IFC Mall, 1 Harbour View Street, Central
t: +852 8129 8882
saigon at stanley, vietnamese
presents a wide selection of vietnamese specialties
a: shop 101, 1/f, murray house, stanley main street, stanley, hong kong
t: +852 2899 0999
san xi lou, sichuan
"Azolla" famous for its Sichuan cuisine in Hong Kong.After it moved to new location in Mid level,it renamed as "San Xi Lou" as it implies the emperor Qianlong who treasured his jewellery.In other words, it means the restaurant also treasure the ingredients and the cuisine.Because San Xi Lou provide traditional Sichuan cuisine, it become the first choice of people who love spicy food.The signature dishes is boiled and spicy cuisine.
a: 7/F, Coda Plaza, 51 Garden Road, Mid-Levels
t: +852 2838 8811
secret ingredients, fresh ready-to-cook ingredients delivery
Simply order a recipe from secret ingredient and all of the fresh ingredients you need, fully prepared, measured, washed, peeled, chopped, sliced, diced and ready to cook, will be delivered to your home. instructions of how to cook will be given, the simple and fun cooking experience are always guaranteed under 30 minutes and less than 10 steps
a: G/F, 32-34 Tai Ping Shan Street, Sheung Wan, Hong Kong
t: +852 2108 4000
al fresco open air dining in european style in the heart of hong kong
a: 25/f, prince's building, 10 chater road, central, hong kong
t: +852 2537 1388
sichuan da ping huo
SiChuan Da Ping Huo is a authentic Si Chuan Cuisine restaurant.It provides private home cuisine.There are some oil painting painted by the owner in the restaurant.
a: LG/F, 49 Hollywood Road, SOHO, Central
t: +852 2559 1317
Sift is a truly modern patisserie driven by an exclusive passion to bring the most refined French pastries, cakes, tarts, cupcakes, macaroons and chocolates to our customers.
a: G/F, 46 Graham Street, Soho, Central
t: +852 2530 4288
sing heung yuen, hong kong style
Serving the simplest tomato-based macaroni, Sing Heung Yuen has made it as Central's all time favourite "Dai Pai Dong". With the macaroni, customers can choose a range of sides such as spam, pork, chicken-wings-and the list goes on. Situated on Mei Lun Street, Sing Heung Yuen can deliver a comforting meal within 10minutes. Best to try the toast drizzled in Honey and Condensed milk.
a: 2 Mei Lun Street, Central
t: +852 2544 8368
spoon by alain ducasse, french
exciting combination of cuisine, décor, and service which creates a modern and innovative experience for diners
a: lobby, intercontinental hotel, 18 salisbury road, tsim sha tsui, kowloon, hong kong
t: +852 2313 2256
sushi ta-ke by sugiyama, japanese
branch of the michelin-starred restaurant sugiyama in new york, sushi ta-ke brings the most tantalizing japanese flavor to your palate
a: 12/f, cubus, 1 hoi ping road, causeway bay
t: +852 2577 0611
sweet secrets, bakery
Sweet Secrets is tucked away down Graham Street in NoHo, and is the most adorable little bakery where you can sit, enjoy a cup of tea and enjoy a slice of cake or one of their many-flavoured cupcakes. Unlike many cupcakes in Hong Kong, Sweet Secrets have a very light and fluffy cake base, and a not-too-sweet and creamy topping, which makes them not only deliciously moreish, but also not feel like you’ve eaten something heavy.
a: 35 Graham Street, Central
t: +852 2545 8886
tai cheong egg tarts, pastry
hong kong’s most famous egg tarts
a: 35 lyndhurst terrace, central, hong kong
t: +852 2544 3475
a: shop 2, g/f, 74-80 johnston road, wanchai, hong kong
t: +852 2528 6632
a: shop b, g/f, jardine center, 50 jardine's bazaar, causeway bay, hong kong
t: +852 3188 9511
a: shop nos 4&5, g/f, goodview centre, 12 wu pak street, hong kong
t: +852 2580 0130
a: shop b, g/f, jardine center, 50 jardine's bazaar, causeway bay, hong kong
t: +852 3188 9511
a: shop 2a, g/f, hornhill plaza (north), 1 kornhill road, quarry bay, hong kong
t: +852 2560 1302
the coffee academic, coffee shop
A sibling of the Habitu coffee shop chain, The Coffee Academics is a more premium brand that aims to bring a new and unique coffee experience to Hong Kong. Serving specialty coffees along with regular favourites, the venue has its own in-house roasting facilities, custom blending service, open coffee bar and award-winning baristas.
the drawing room, italian
The Drawing Room kitchen understands the importance of respecting traditions and focusing on the basics. The freshest seasonal produce and spend hours ensuring the quality. They serve finest seasonal menu for the customer.
a: 1/F, J Plus Boutique Hotel, 1-5 Irving Street, Causeway Bay
t: +852 29156628
the dutch cheese
The taste of Holland comes to Asia. The Dutch are world famous for their cheese and now they bring this authentic food product to other parts of the world. Come and enjoy the fine tastes of Dutch cheese. And more… It’s a lifestyle with a legacy: great tasting cheese combined with a carefully selected glass of wine.
a: 232 Queen’s Road Central, Hong Kong
t: +852 3543 0081
the flying pan, all day breakfast
hong kong’s first brunch shop serving all day breakfast around the clock
a: g/f, 9 old bailey street, central , hong kong
t: +852 2140 6333
a: 3/f, empireland commercial centre, lockhart road, wan chai, hong kong
t: +852 2528 9997
the match box, hong kong style
24 hours hong kong style cafe
a: G/F, Highland Mansion, 8 Cleveland Street, Causeway Bay
t: +852 2868 0363
a: G/F, Sun Wui Road, Causeway Bay
t: +852 2881 0616
the pawn, british
The Pawn occupies a space that used to be a row of four-tenement house. It serves lunch and dinner with a daily changing menu of modern British fare curated by executive chef David Tamlyn.
a: 2/F, 62 Johnston Road, Wan Chai
t: +852 2866 3444
the porterhouse, online ingredient store
At The Porterhouse, they offer only the finest quality products. They work very closely with our butchers in Chicago and in Sydney to cut to our exacting standards. To ensure the freshest products, they fly their steaks directly to Hong Kong, always chilled and never frozen.
t: +852 2553 3765
the salted pig, western
The favourite pork paradise is a haven for hungry turns, with a fast and tasty lunch menu and deeply filling supper sets that are reasonably priced and delicious. The simple decor suits any occasion.
a: 2/F, The L Place, 139 Queen's Road Central, Central
t: +852 2870 2323
the swiss chalet
The Swiss Chalet is located at Hart Avenue which promote traditional Switzerland dining culture from decoration to dishes are combined with swiss style.Restaurant does not prefer to provide either french or italian cuisine but combination of both which are more flexible for customers to choose.The most traditional cusine of Swiss is cheese fondue.Customers can choose from Gruyee, Emmetaler, Lamdenberger and Vacherin.
a: 12-14 Hart Avenue,, Tsim Sha Tsui
t: +852 2191 9197
tsui wah restaurant, hong kong style
Located in the epicentre of Central, this branch of Tsui Wah Restaurant is catered for all aspects of Hong Kong. It was established since 1967, and has developed from a simple and limited menu to a full ranged one. This "Cha Chaan Teng" is opened 24hours, serving busy office workers to post-LKF party goers at every hour. The combination of fast, causal and full flavoured restaurant is a must-try for ones who haven't been.
a: G/F, 493-495 Jaffe Road, Causeway Bay
t: +852 2892 2633
a: G/F, 84-86 Des Voeux Road Central, Central
t: +852 2815 3000
a: G-2/F, 15-19 Wellington Street, Central
t: +852 2525 6338
a: G/F, 20-22 King Lung Street,, Causeway Bay
t: +852 2573 4338
a: Shop 60-66, G/F, Harbour Crystal Centre, 100 Granville Road, Tsim Sha Tsui
t: +852 2722 6600
tung po, chinese
dapaidong-style cantonese restaurant brings you the most authentic taste of local delicacies
a: 2/f java road, municipal services building, 99 java road, north point, hong kong
t: +852 2880 5224
vero, coffee & chocolate shop
VERO is an artisan chocolatier & patisserie driven by a sincere passion and dedicated pursuit of the world's highest quality delicacies. From the provenance and grade of cacao, to each hand-selected ingredient, our philosophy is to raise awareness and appreciation through a passionate gastronomic experience.
a: Shop 236, 2/F, The Landmark, 12-16 Des Voeux Road Central, Central
t: +852 2559 5810
a: Shop 23, Kiosk, G/F, K11 Art Mall, 18 Hanoi Road, Tsim Sha Tsui
t: +852 9709 4868
Lovers of chicken flock here for the finger-licking yakitori of chicken oyster, liver, neck, heart and tail. Besides chicken and skewers, the other sumptuous dishes are equally worth the hype, as are the cocktails
a: 33-35 Bridges Street, Sheung Wan
t: +852 2547 9273
yung kee, roast duck
the prominent roasted ducks demonstrating the essence of chinese culinary
a: 32-40 wellington street, central, hong kong
t: +852 2522 1624
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