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December 11, 2015

Top 5 Places to See & Be Scene this Winter

Christmas will be here in a Hong Kong minute, and everyone you know is clamoring to catch up for festive cocktails to celebrate the season. Now you just need some fabulous places to eat, drink and be merry. Well, consider this your first Christmas wish of the year granted. Here’s the DSTS pick of winter’s hottest hangouts…

Mercedes me
Shop C and D, Entertainment Building, 30 Queens Road Central, +852 2895 7398
Foodies, start your engines, this collaboration between Mercedes and Maximal Concepts is revving up HK’s dining scene and set to take you on a scrumptious culinary adventure this winter. It’s like that car in the driveway with the big red bow on it… only yummier!

Issaya Siamese Club
25/F, Soundwill Plaza II, 1 Tang Lung Street, Causeway Bay, +852 2154 3048
Forget the roast turkey, spice up your holiday dining as Bangkok’s legendary temple of Thai turns up the heat in Causeway Bay with colourfully enchanting interiors and sizzling Thai fine dining courtesy of renowned Chef Ian Kittichai.

Fish School
100 Third Street, Sai Ying Pun, +852 2361 2966
Too cool for school, restaurateur Yenn Wong and Chef David Lai bring the fa la la la la freshest seafood, primarily sourced from Hong Kong’s small, family-owned fishing boats, to the table with a unique concept that’s been turning heads and tempting palates all over town.

PICNIC on Forbes
38 Forbes Street, Kennedy Town, +852 2855 0810
Say goodbye to lackluster weekend brunches and hello to PICNIC on Forbes. Michelin-starred chef Philippe Orrico goes casual chic with this Kennedy Town café serving picnic baskets, roasted French chicken, traditional fruit tarts, and carefully selected cheeses and wines. Joyeux Noël!

Koko
5/F Carfield Building, 77 Wyndham Street, Central, +852 2109 1777
Slink into KEE Club’s brand new Japanese-inspired supper club featuring an izakaya-style menu and a stunning terrace for sipping sake-tinis under the stars.



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