Entering Hong Kong’s food scene this March, Clarence took no more than a month to sweep foodies off their feet with what is known as a
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Veteran foodies knew chef Rafa Gil for his work in Catalunya and telly-lovers recognise him as the finalist in The Final Table on Netflix. Returning
Chef Jack Chan grew up around food. His father worked at a traditional dried seafood shop, which is where he first fell in love with cooking. Years
He may have grown up in a family of chefs, but Wilson Leung, the new Executive Chef at Hue, hadn’t always planned to be a chef himself. Despite
Those familiar with Hong Kong’s Italian dining scene knows that there are only a fair few restaurants that authentically represent the cuisine.
Hong Kong is at no shortage of Cantonese restaurants, but only a handful make it to the best of the best with a Michelin star (or more) to prove it.
Samaira Rubina C Kavatkar only recently made her first professional foray into the kitchen. Under the moniker “The Bombay East Indian Girl,” she
For the longest time, Pascal and Sylvie de Sarthe were deeply involved in the art world. Their passion for art took them across the world, from Paris
Born in Sweden, just outside Stockholm, Alexis Holm built a career in retail and design, all while learning about the art of Fika, the Swedish coffee
Agnes Chee is the author of “The Vanishing Flavours of Cantonese Cuisine (消失中的味道)”, featuring a collection of traditional Cantonese
The latest addition to The Peninsula Hong Kong’s culinary team, chef Juan Gomez is a seasons Spanish chef who’s set to bring an exciting new