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How to Eat Along Hong Kong's Subway Stops

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Where Hong Kong’s subway goes, the action follows. Its latest extension, into the far western reaches of Hong Kong Island, has touched off a wave of restaurant openings. Not sure where to start? Ride to the western terminus of the blue line, then use this guide to eat and drink your way back to the center, stop by stop. By Janice Leung Hayes. This appeared in the May/June 2016 issue.
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Less than five minutes from exit A or C of the Kennedy Town station, you may face a uniquely Hong Kong dilemma: Will your sandwich from takeout spot Sunday’s Grocery be falafel or katsu? Matt Abergel and Lindsay Jang (famed for their yakitori...
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Sai Wan, 18 Po Tuck St, Shek Tong Tsui, Hong Kong
In a break from the mile-a-minute service mentality of the city’s restaurants, Nana Chan opened Teakha Kitchen as a place where people can linger and enjoy a civilized cup of tea. She seeks out leaves everywhere from Thailand to Tibet and mixes...
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129 Second St, Sai Ying Pun, Hong Kong
If you think of gin and tonic as a nothing-special default cocktail, Ping Pong 129 Gintonería, across from exit B2 of the Sai Ying Pun station, just might change your mind. In a cavernous subterranean exping-pong training center that’s been given...
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29 & 30/F, 198 Wellington Street, Central, Hong Kong
Thread your way out Sheung Wan station's exit E, past the outdoor fountain, to find VEA on the top two floors of the Wellington building. In the cocktail bar, Antonio Lai creates fanciful cocktails, including the Cleopatra Formosa, a mezcal,...
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Hong Kong, Central, Connaught Rd Central, 3號, CCB Tower, 5/F,
Until recently, free-spending fans of Cantonese food took road trips across the border into mainland China just to eat at Howard Cai’s Gourmet Workshop. But now his tender, slow-cooked, blowtorch-crisped sea cucumber and tempura-like bites of...