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What options are there for me after years of restaurant work?

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Freeze a crowd: a selection of the best cocktails in Hong Kong for summer

The 48 Hours Magazine's team have rounded up some of the coolest cocktails in the city to help ward off the heat, write Charley Lanyon and Mischa Moselle / SCMP. ...

Rivalry heats up as celebrity chefs get taste for HK

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Family affairs

James Chen has developed an unconventional way to look after his legacy, writes Amy Lam. ...

Going for gold

Harlan Goldstein is expanding his culinary empire with the same zeal that reduced his girth, writes Margie Logarta. ...

Full of beans

Former HK-based commodity trader Sam Say’s coffee business helps Laotian farmers achieve freedom, writes Sandra Lam. ...

Poor prospects sour F&B sector

With more than 40 years' experience as a Chinese-cuisine chef, Leung Fai-hung has witnessed the rise and fall of the local food and beverage (F&B) industry, writes Wong Yat-hei. ...

Catering to sophisticated palates

According to Andrew Lee, associate director of the restaurant group Mr Steak Concept, Hong Kong's well-travelled and well-informed local diners have high expectations of the restaurants in which they eat, writes Wong Yat-hei. ...

Top of the toques

Becoming a chef is a rigorous process requiring long training, but the rewards are delicious, writes Wong Yat-hei. ...

Mistral manager charts course

Ellen Tang Man-ki worked her way up from waitress to manager at The Mistral, a high-end Italian restaurant at the InterContinental Grand Stanford Hong Kong, in a career that started with an internship at the five-star hotel while she was still studying at school, writes Wong Yat-hei. ...