This unspectacular-looking sportsground is in fact the social hub of old Wan Chai, offering up a cross-section of life in the ‘hood at...
Hung Shing Temple
Nestled in a nook on the southern side of Queen’s Rd East, this narrow, dark and rather forbidding temple (c 1847) is built atop huge...
This handsome three-storey establishment used to be a row of tenement houses and the century-old Woo Cheong pawn shop. Now it’s occupied...
Madam Sixty Ate
Hong Kong has chic eats aplenty, yet few are fun like Madame. The modern European dishes here may not be the best in town, but they’re...
60 Johnston Rd, 2nd fl, Wan Chai · interesting places nearby
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This self-identified 'X-Treme' restaurant takes classic Chinese dishes apart and reassembles them in surprising ways using the sci-fi techniques of molecular gastronomy. The pork dumpling is a wobbly blob of ginger-infused pork soup encased in a transparent wrapper that explodes in the mouth. The 'Dead Garden' dish of various fungi with green onions and avocados is characteristically surreal. The lift entrance is at 18 Ship St.