Hong Kong Foodie Awards 2012

In Hong Kong restaurants open, close, renovate and move at such speed that keeping track of the good, the bad and the ugly of the food business is not an easy task. We’ve all had moments when we’ve shown up on the door of our favourite eatery, only to find out it is no longer what we thought. Sometimes the entire building might disappear in a matter of weeks.

In a city where eating out is a family, business and social event, knowing how to find the good places sometimes requires a little help. Along with the standard guides such as the Michelin Guide and Time Out, Hong Kongers can access the 2012 Foodie Awards which have just been published and highlight the best restaurants in Hong Kong as voted by the readers.

Foodie Magazine is free of charge and can be picked up throughout Hong Kong. A full list of locations is available on the Foodie website www.afoodieworld.com.

On the website it is also possible to apply for free membership to the Foodie Club which promises special food and drink related events for card members.

An online version of the 2012 Foodie Awards is available here.

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Angelina DraperArticle by Angelina Draper (53 Posts)

Angelina is the Founding Editor of ChattyBrains.com and Managing Director of AD Vits Digital, where she helps companies of all sized achieve optimal branding, e-commerce and social media success and overall great digital health. Living currently in her 26th home (and counting) she is a serial wonderer having been an expat child, expat in her own right and now expat wife and mother. Three continents and seven countries later she is still looking forward to settling down... one day.


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Angelina is the Founding Editor of ChattyBrains.com and Managing Director of AD Vits Digital, where she helps companies of all sized achieve optimal branding, e-commerce and social media success and overall great digital health. Living currently in her 26th home (and counting) she is a serial wonderer having been an expat child, expat in her own right and now expat wife and mother. Three continents and seven countries later she is still looking forward to settling down... one day.