Award winning Chef Vicky Cheng’s new restaurant, Wing, is an experience that stems from his understanding of the diversity of Chinese culinary cultures, and a personal reinterpretation of Chinese cuisine.
Opened in 2021, Wing has racked up numerous accolades including the prestigious Asia Best Restaurant list at No.34. Wing’s menu is highly seasonal, with a focus on local produce that is served as a tasting journey that features dishes such as crispy skin sugarcane glazed pigeon, as well as fish maw with morel mushroom, abalone sauce on rice.
MUST TRY: Crispy skin chicken, king crab congee with chicken oil
Fun Vegetarian Feast for Great Vibes
The most fashionable vegetarian delights to manifest wellness lifestyle!
Driven by the passion for spreading happiness and wellness, JAJA is a QTS-accredited restaurant where originative and innovative vegetarian delights are served to brighten your picture-perfect moments in life!
Feast your eyes and palate on plenty of fashionable, healthy and delectable vegetarian options, meat-free dishes are JUST AS FUN!
MUST TRY: Soup-er Wontons, vegan delights chia seed puddings series, the whopping 1-Metre Red Curry Pizza and the colourful “Shake It Off” milkshake series.
KIN Food Hall
A first of its kind, KIN Food Halls is a new, immersive and exciting dining destination that turns dishes into reels that diners can order. Their ‘food playlist’ has over 200 dishes from more than 40 established restaurants around Asia including Yardbird, OBP or KIN exclusives dishes like spicy tomato and watermelon salad ($88) by Richard Ekkebus of Amber.
Boasting 300 seats across the food hall, KIN is a foodie’s paradise that leaves diners spoilt for choice! It also challenges the fundamentals of traditional food delivery in ways that are financially, socially and environmentally more beneficial to both food creators and customers. The KIN app is the first omnichannel food app that allows customers to eat everything they watch.
Discover your food playlist at this sprawling food hall which marries food and technology.
South Herbal Lab
South Herbal Lab is anew cafe concept by traditional liang cha (herbal tea) brand Wing Sang Tong. Hoping to promote Chinese herbal tea to the younger generations in Hong Kong, South Herbal Lab serves a series of “herbal coffee”, which are java infused with Chinese medicinal herbs such as hemp fruit, Chinese hawthorn fruit, chrysanthemum, and more. You’ll find hemp fruit oat latte; frangipani elderflower coffee tonic; among other innovative items.
Award-winning PENICILLIN bar is founded by bar veterans Indonesians Agung Prabowo and Roman Ghale, in the midst of the pandemic, with the hope that each customer at PENICILLIN will become ambassadors for sustainability. Inspired by the farm-to-table movement, PENICILLIN is Hong Kong’s first closed-loop bar, that focuses on sustainability and zero waste. This means not only recycling and upcycling ingredients, but also brainstorming new ways of minimising waste, reducing the bar’s carbon footprint and sourcing produce locally and seasonally.
Harbour City - New Dining Options
As the largest mall in Hong Kong located right next to the Victoria Harbour, Harbour City offers unique dining experiences with sea view as well as a full range of local and international cuisines. The F&B scene of Harbour City is continuously being enriched, with over 20 restaurants introduced since the beginning of 2022.
The latest additions include Cupping Room, the award-winning specialty coffee roastery that offers freshly harvested coffees and picturesque dining environment facing the gleaming sea. Others include Art of Canton that specializes in fish maw dishes and Shiawase, serving extraordinary Robatayaki izakaya delicacies and interior designs with Japanese temple elements.
Open in late 2019, K11 MUSEA quickly claimed its position as new cultural-retail destination envisioned as the centerpiece of Victoria Dockside. It features an astounding mix of 250 retailers, destination restaurants and art installations, including 250+ internationally renowned brands from fashion and beauty to lifestyle luxuries, including Asia’s largest MoMA Design Store and Fortnum & Mason’s first store outside the UK.
Being a lifestyle mall that aspires to enrich lives through the propagation of culture and arts., K11 MUSEA offers more than a retail experience. Explore themed tours, the first sustainability-themed Nature Discovery Park, LEGOLAND® Discovery Centre Hong Kong and art galleries in one location.
Discover more: https://www.k11musea.com/
618 Shanghai Street
618 Shanghai Street is a brand-new revitalised mall in the heart of Mong Kok. The site, which comprises 14 protected historical buildings, was once a strip of waterfront shophouses or tong lau (唐樓) selling sweetened fruit tobacco, electrical appliances, medicinal tea, and leather goods.
Today, it is a retreat for locals and travellers with a range of local, independent, second-hand stores and restaurants including Dignity Kitchen and Poach.
The Central Market was Hong Kong’s first modern wet market and a Grade III Historic Building. Opened in 1842, the building was fully functional for more than six decades before the local government handed over the landmark site to the Urban Renewal Authority (URA) with the aim of revitalising the property.
Open to the public in August 2021, the new and revitalised Central Market was transformed into a vibrant community hotspot with 255 market stalls have been reconstructed into a “boundary-less spatial concept” with open storefronts, a semi-open courtyard and two levels of shopping, artisanal dining and events space for community building exercises. The Central Market focuses on showcasing homegrown talents and small businesses in retail and the food and beverage industry.
The Fullerton Ocean Park Hotel Hong Kong
As the first Fullerton hotel in Hong Kong and first Fullerton resort worldwide, The Fullerton Ocean Park Hotel Hong Kong is a sustainable, oceanfront luxury resort offering a relaxing and tranquil retreat. The waterfront resort, is a mere 15-minute drive from Hong Kong's Central business district yet worlds away from the city's fast pace, is the ideal holiday retreat.
Each of the 425 guest rooms enjoys spectacular ocean views overlooking the South China Sea. The resort also features 4 dining outlets, an infinity pool, a kids’ lagoon, an indoor kids’ zone and a wellness centre.
Apart from visiting the Water World Ocean Park adjacent to the hotel, guests can explore the charming Aberdeen. From taking in the sights and sounds of nature at one of Aberdeen's numerous beaches and leisurely hiking trails, to rediscovering some of Hong Kong's oldest gems at historical temples and fishing market, or experiencing the area's up-and-coming cultural scene through charming local boutiques and exhibitions at neighbouring art galleries.
The glitz and glamour is back at the newly refurbished Hotel 1936. After going through a rigorous revitalization project, this grade III heritage building built in 1936 is now transformed into a classy boutique hotel. The 50 designer guestrooms are chic and contemporary, offering magnificent view of Lion Rock and Kowloon peninsula.
Guests are invited to travel back to the 30s at the exhibition hall on the second floor of the hotel where the art deco of yesteryears is preserved. Timber flooring in the main living room, floor tiles, fireplace, window frames and the curtain rack add to the nostalgic vibe of the hotel.
WM Hotel Sai Kung
For travellers wanting to explore the “back garden of Hong Kong”, Sai Kung, WM Hotel is located on the shoreline of Sai Kung and boasts a beachfront view. A tranquil and relaxing paradise surrounded by greenery and waterfront, guests can reconnect to nature and explore this unique and beautiful oasis through the various hiking trails and beaches nearby.
AKI Hong Kong – Mgallery
The new AKI Hong Kong – M Gallery is conveniently located in Wanchai district. It is just an 8-minute walk from the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre and a 3-minute walk to the Exhibition Centre MTR station.
The Hotel comprises 173 contemporary guest rooms are thoughtfully designed in light natural wood tones boast high ceilings and windows with abundant natural daylight sweeping in. It also features the first Japanese-style tatami rooms in Hong Kong.
Indulge in the taste sensations of TANGRAM, vibrant tapas restaurant and sake bar. Or unwind at the stunning 25th floor whisky bar Uncle Ming’s, where you can savour a fine selection of 80 malts and signature cocktails, with dramatic city views. The co-work style Lobby Lounge provides a natural social hub to hang out, catch up on your emails or enjoy a casual, healthy snacks with freshly made detox juices and wines.