Hong Kong is home to a fairly large selection of Indian restaurants that offer the classics, such as chicken tikka, palak paneer, vindaloo, and so forth. With little to distinctly separate one restaurant from the other, it’s no wonder that most seem to glide under the foodie radar. Thankfully, that’s all about to change with a fresh face for Indian food: Bindaas. Serving traditional street foods and Indian tapas with a modern flare, Bindaas is a unique restaurant option for those looking for something different.
Zuma is a well-known restaurant chain found in various large cities throughout the world, so it’s no surprise that Zuma hosts one of the most popular Sunday brunches in Hong Kong. Thankfully, starting November 14, Zuma is launching their Saturday Sessions; a different take on their Sunday brunch with an emphasis on cocktails and sharing platters. Only $450 HKD for 2.5 hours, where you can sip on an array of drinks and eat a satisfying amount of Japanese food while listening to Zuma’s in-house DJ spin some awesome beats.
If you’re tired of going to the same type of bars and are looking for a different dining and bar experience, The Woods Hong Kong has you covered with their innovative prix fixe menu that change every few months. Their recently launched “Tidal Waves” is certain to offer any seafood lover a spectacle for the eyes, and a whirlwind of flavours and textures for the mouth. We loved how this menu is very much about the experience of eating and drinking, focusing on quality ingredients, and informative and engaging staff.