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Food and Drink

From brilliantly inventive Michelin-star restaurants to classic Cantonese cuisine, Hong Kong has a dining scene as vibrant as the city itself.

 
 
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Neung Roi brings you the best of Thai cuisine on a platter.
At Baan Tao, diners sit by a wooden deck, pointing childishly at the delicate ripples left behind by the delightful water installation.
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Bask in the garish red lights of De Wallen at the Amsterdam Kitchen and Bar.
Sakae Sushi at Ambience Mall in Vasant Kunj, New Delhi, puts a contemporary spin on an old cultural favourite.
It plates up beautiful dishes from India, the Meditarranean and Asia amidst a sunny setting of cream and orange interiors.
The ultimate drink for cognac lovers, the tasting notes of this over 100-year-old cognac include fig, dried fruits and even a hint of tobacco.
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