October-November 2018


Bake it Easy Freshly baked bread is one of life’s great pleasures, and now you can experience creating the perfect loaf with a private baking class at Le Pain Quotidien Elements in Tsim Sha Tsui. There are three Le Pain Quotidien branches in Hong Kong (the others are in Wan Chai and Admiralty), known for their simple and sustainable food such as salads, signature tartines, homemade pastries and artisanal organic bread. Shop 1089C, 1/F, Elements, 1 Austin Road West, Tsim Sha Tsui. 2521 1377 | diningconcepts.com/ restaurants/Le-Pain-Quotidien-Elements

British to a Tea Fans of a classic British afternoon tea will delight in Gough on Gough’s new high tea set. Served on Saturday afternoons, the menu includes a mix of sweet and savoury items. Expect finger sandwiches such as smoked salmon with crème fraiche and cucumber, and, of course, scones with clotted cream and homemade jam. 15 Gough Street, Central. 2473 9066 | goughsongough.com

Pizza Perfection Legendary pizza chef Franco Pepe is bringing his award- winning Italian resto to Hong Kong. KYTALY takes its name from a combination of ki, the Japanese word for “energy”, and Italy, and will boast a menu of 19 pizzas, from classics to Franco’s signature creations, as well as a range of Italian salads and desserts. Franco currently holds the number one spot in the list of the world’s 50 top pizzas. 5/F 77 Wyndham Street, Central. 2808 1961 | kytaly.hk

Organic Options Looking for healthy meal options? SpiceBox Organics has two cafes at its Kennedy Town and Mid-Levels stores with an extensive menu of breakfast and brunch boxes, detox lunches, all-day snacks, salads, gluten-free pastas, soups, hearty dishes, raw and paleo desserts, and coffee, tea and smoothies. You can also get dishes delivered direct to your door via Deliveroo or Food Panda, with special home and office orders available. 2559 9887 | 2191 0886 | spiceboxorganics.com/our-menu



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