June 12, 2018

    Who would have thought a restaurant would name itself “Γ‰criture,” which means “writing” in French? Shouldn’t that be a name for a bookstore or a cafe at most? The only connection between Γ©criture and the restaurant is that both are French. Executive Chef Maxime Gibert, also the former Chef de Cuisine at Amber, combines French techniques with Japanese foodspirations into his dishes. It seems like more and more restaurants in Hong Kong are leaning towards French-Japanese fusion, catering to Hong Kong’s appetite for fine dining with a healthier and lighter tastes.

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  • Caprice

    If it’s not obvious enough, I’m a big fan of Pastry Chef Nicolas Lambert’s work. His desserts is the reason why I’ve been visiting and revisiting Caprice countless times over the past year. After…

    June 5, 2018
  • Elephant Grounds Starstreet

    It’s been a while since I had a regular (Saturday and Sunday) weekend so I had to make the most out of it by finally going on a brunch date with the girls. Since…

    April 17, 2018
  • Bliss Spa

    It was nothing less than a blissful afternoon at Bliss Spa. I’ve been feeling pretty tired lately due to the lack of quality sleep and long work hours. It wasn’t until a coworker asked…

    April 16, 2018
  • Kagaya

    I’ve been going to this restaurant for years and I’m both happy and surprised to say the quality here never diminished. While most restaurants tend to lose some of its quality in either food…

    April 2, 2018
  • hous

    hous 4/F, No. 522 Lock Hart Road, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong…

    September 8, 2017
  • Hello Kitty Chinese Cuisine

    Hello Kitty Chinese Cuisine Shop A-C, G/F, Lee Roy Mansion, 332-338 Canton Road, Jordan…

    April 19, 2017