Leisure Plus: Spotlight on where to eat


Institute members share their favourite places to enjoy good food and drink

AnOther Place

“I recommend AnOther Place, a contemporary western fine-dining restaurant in Tin Hau. Though it is located in an industrial building, it is cozy and offers customers with the great view of Victoria Harbour. It is definitely a place for wine lovers as it offers a free corkage fee. AnOther Place also has wine storage service as well, meaning you can pull out a few bottles from your storage and drink on the restaurant’s dining table!” says Cheng.

- Charles Cheng, Assistant Financial Controller of Furrion Limited


“I love this quaint little bakery called Plumcot, located in Tai Hang. Their authentic French pastries to die for! I recommend trying out their croissants and salted chocolate cookies – they are out of this world,” says Ho.

 - Fiesta Ho, Finance Manager of a U.S. technology company


“I recommend Honjo in Sheung Wan for dinner – they have a great sashimi, maki and nigiri selection. There are also cooked options such as honey miso baked chicken and a flank steak with wasabi mashed potatoes. Check their free flow option too,” says Law.

- Nicole Law, Audit Manager at EY​