HOT NEW TABLES April 2018: New Restaurants in Hong Kong

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Black Sheep Restaurant Group is getting set to add its eighteenth restaurant to its lineup next month, with the opening of Fukuro Izakaya. Situated right next to cool Chinese eatery, Ho Lee Fook (also by the group), Fukuro is set to channel the authentic Japanese izakaya expereince. Once the doors open, the resto will serve dishes such as Sashimi platters and Grilled octopus, along with plenty of Whisky highballs every Monday through Saturday from 6pm until late, and we can’t wait to try out what’s sure to be the new it spot.

Fukuro, 1-5 Elgin Street, SoHo, Hong Kong

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Steak on Elgin

New to the SoHo restaurant scene, Steak on Elgin is an elegant steakhouse, serving up quality produce from the British Isles. Now in its soft opening, the restaurant is open for dinner daily, with dishes on the menu that include Dry-aged 100% grass-fed Rib-Eye on the Bone (30-ounce, serves two $1,280), and a Welsh Rhug Estate Organic Lamb Rack ($680), along with plenty of other premium meaty delights. Have your meats with a choice of delectable sides, such as bana cauda creamed spinach, hand-cut triple cooked fries, Yorkshire Pudding and more (all priced at $78) and finish your meal with a range of British classics.

Read our full review here!

Steak on Elgin, 59 Elgin Street, Central, Hong Kong,

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Coming soon to Repulse Bay, Fratelli is set to bring a taste of Italy to the southside. As an artisan pasta bar, we’re can’t wait to try what it has on offer, with delights in store that include antipasti, salads, grilled items, wine and cocktails. Promising to embraces its seaside setting, and with Head Chef Michel Degli Agosti (who has worked at our fave Amalfitana previously), we’re sure Fratelli will be an instant hit with Repulse locals and weekend visitors alike.

Fratelli, The Pulse, Repulse Bay, Hong Kong,

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Opened up on Hollywood Road is new Mexican spot Agave. If tequila and tacos are your thing, you’re going to want head here to try out its famous margaritas, and sample some of the tasty Mexican fare. With over 10 types of taco on the menu, along with the likes of cinnamon churros, empanadas, salads and more, we can’t wait to head over and try it out. Open until 1:30am every day of the week, we can see this spot fast becoming the place to go pre-or-post LKF when hunger hits!

Agave, G/F, 26 Hollywood Road, Central, Hong Kong,

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Pho Up

Another new comer to Hollywood Road is Pho Up! This modern Vietnamese joint is serving up a range of delicious noodle dishes (all $88), from the traditional, to some more contemporary options. Whatever you order, make sure to get a side of Deep Fried Buttered Chicken Wings. The restaurant also serves up a Bánh Mì Heo Quay, but we’ll have to try it out to see if it will make our list of favourites in the city!

Pho Up, Shop C, G/F, On Lok Mansion, No. 39-43 Hollywood Road, Hong Kong,

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