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There are so many places to have dinner in Hong Kong, but one of my favorites for creative Chinese cuisine is BO Innovation in Wan Chai. Full review →
What’s important is the experience—you’re stuck in an intimate setting and what you’re given to eat is at the mercy of the captain, but by the end you’ll follow Leung off the plank.
This inventive restaurant... carefully upholds a reputation for consistency and improvisation.
Described as modern Chinese fusion, the cooking is edgier than most Hong Kong food, and it is served in a simple glass-framed space with a second-floor outdoor deck. Full review →
The Australian Wagyu strip loin with black-truffle cheung fun, or rice roll, is a winner, as is the signature molecular xiao long bao (soup dumpling). Full review →
In a city that treats food almost like its own religion, Bo Innovation still manages to amaze its patrons with its innovative, molecular cuisine. Full review →
Born in London and raised in Toronto, self-taught chef Alvin Leung offers his own unique brand of experimental, molecular Chinese cuisine using innovative cooking techniques. Full review →
Chef Alvin Leung Jr. presents "X-treme Chinese Cuisine" in the Wanchai area of Hong Kong. Full review →
This self-identified 'X-Treme' restaurant takes classic Chinese dishes apart and reassembles them in surprising ways using the sci-fi techniques of molecular gastronomy. Full review →
There's a strong theatrical element to owner-chef Alvin Leung's highly imaginative and innovative cooking. Full review →
A little dish of ebi in red truffle sauce supplies deep and briny flavors, its fibrous texture turned rich and creamy. Full review →