Cindy's Hong Kong Hot Spots
Cindy’s hot spots in Hong Kong
Yardbird | 33 - 35 Bridges Street »
One of the coolest restaurants in Hong Kong is yardbird, hands down. Owned by one of my good friends, it has delicious food and a relaxed environment, making it the perfect place to go to hang with my friends.
Clot office | 1 Yip Fat Street »
My good friend Kevin Poon, of the Hong Kong street brand Clot, has his offices located in Wong chuk hang, an up and coming area for brands and companies to base their headquarters. I usually go to this area for fashion previews and events and go to hang at the Clot office afterwards, so I'm there quite often. I like it a lot because it's so spacious and colorful.
Hong Kong is full of lots of different cuisines, but I love going to this noodle stand because it's quick, delicious, and there's no fuss. Unfortunately there aren't very many of these outdoor stands anymore so this is one of the last ones.
Man Mo temple | 126 Hollywood Road
Religious places like temples and churches are a commonplace for me. I really enjoy the calm and spiritual environment and find it really inspiring.
Kapok | 3 Sun Street »
The Star, Sun, and moon street area is known to be where cool shops and cafes are opening. Kapok is an example of these shops that sell good quality products that aren't really mainstream, something that lacks in Hong Kong.
Sevva | 6-14A Chater Road »
Not only is the view from their outdoor terrace really amazing, but the service is also really great. It's a nice place to relax and have drinks with a view of the heart of Central.
Red MR | 311 Gloucester Road
One of my absolute favourite past times is karaoke with my friends. We frequent Red MR for their diverse choices of Chinese and English music, so my friends and I can let out our inner pop star and sing Lana Del Rey, Lady Gaga and Beyonce.
In the summer when the weather is nice, my family and friends love to take the boat and go out to Repulse Bay. It's nice to have a change of scenery and relax out where you can't really see all the skyscrapers. I love seafood, so stopping at Lamma Island to eat is a must.