King’s Delicacy: Superb Peking Duck

Shanghai Spot closed its doors recently and it appears that its head chef has moved over to King's Delicacy in Causeway Bay, a Chinese restaurant with a duck logo. The restaurant is possibly the largest on Fashion Walk food street, occupying the corner area facing Gloucester Road, where the row of restaurants seems always to… Continue reading King’s Delicacy: Superb Peking Duck

Sichuan: Not too hot or greasy (7.0)

Taste of Chuan and Yue opened late in 2019 and specializes primarily in Sichuan and Cantonese (Guangdong) cuisines, a fairly common combination in the city as of late. As far as the Sichuan dishes are concerned, they're pretty up to standard and would qualify as a fine dining version of an otherwise very down-to-earth cuisine.… Continue reading Sichuan: Not too hot or greasy (7.0)

Boutique Sichuanese with Canton twist (7.5)

Whether 1935 appeals to you depends very much on whether you fancy Chinese food with regional influences plus a creative twist. Some people prefer authenticity over fusion and others prefer to go to restaurants that specialize in one particular regional cuisine. Here at 1935 the kitchen meddles with Sichuan flavours, uses wagyu and honey to… Continue reading Boutique Sichuanese with Canton twist (7.5)