Valentine's Day is right around the corner! However, it's on Tuesday, implying some of us (sadly) may not have the whole day to celebrate it with our beloved ones. But, a marvelous dinner always reignites your joy! We know that everyone's ideal picture of Valentine's Day vary, so here comes the most unique dining choices that will surely make...

Aren't weekends for eating superb food and guzzling alcohol in a gratified place? One thing you would soon realize upon your arrival in Hong Kong is that eating and drinking are just our favorite activities of all time! Tried all those prevalent restaurants and bistros in Central and Tsim Sha Tsui already? Perhaps here are some new ideas for...

Barbecuing has become increasingly popular in Hong Kong recently, with dozens of BBQ enthusiasts searching for the best spot to get their grill on. Whether you’d rather barbecue on your own grill or would prefer being waited on at a restaurant, there are tons of BBQ places that offer different grilling experiences. We’ve rounded up the best places to...

We know what you're exactly thinking.. "It's not even autumn in Hong Kong!" , "It's too early for pumpkin lattes" or "In Hong Kong, there are no pumpkin treats out till late-October"! We hear your thoughts & concerns but we will not apologize or hide our pumpkin obsession any longer. Many global cities have already begun celebrating autumn and we cannot be late joining in the festivities! Here, Spacious has...

Tsim Sha Tsui is the hub of Kowloon and one of the most popular place in Hong Kong. Already existed in the Ming dynasty, its name derived from its pointy sand bay that is now a concrete jungle. With an MTR station as well as an East Rail station, it can be confusing for first timers to navigate around...

A lot of restaurants and cafes in Hong Kong have a strict 90 minutes dinning time slot, and it’s hard to find a place to hangout with your friends to catch up on the latest of what’s up in everybody’s life or just to chill in general. It’s true that there are a million upstairs cafés sprouting up just...

Asian cuisines are not the most vegetarian friendly bunch, and even if you stumble upon some delicious veggie-only treat, it might just be cooked with something that’s not vegetarian friendly (think meat-based broth). There only ever seems to be those vegetarian meat restaurants selling, well, meat-looking vegetarian food. Thankfully, there are still a handful of restaurants in Hong Kong...

Yum Cha is a long held tradition in Hong Kong and one of the favourite pass-times. However, there seems to be no shortage of places to go and so many yum cha; we had talked about some of the best dim sum places already, but they are still a wee bit commercialise for us. So let’s talk old school...

Searching for a place to avoid crowds and hustle and bustle of the urban life? Coffee shops will always be a on the top of the list. They offer you a short escape from the hectic schedule and help you release stress accumulated throughout the day. There are neighborhoods famous for their coffee shops, which are definitely worth a...

Many of you might have heard of Dim Sum before coming to Hong Kong, as this worldly-recognized term is widely used when referring to a certain type of Guangdong cuisine. Indeed, Dim Sum is well known for its various choices of flavor and diversified combination of dishes. Some of the restaurants are even Michelin starred yet still offer scrumptious food with affordable price....

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