Along the escalators are restaurants, galleries & shops catering to expats & the local middle class. Soho, the most popular area, is one you mustn’t miss. It’s filled with cosmopolitan array of boutiques, bars & restaurants.
Downhill from 6 – 10am & Uphill from 10am – midnite.
Steps run alongside the escalators, but unless you’re dying for some exercise, ride during uphill hours. (MTR: Central. Exit D1 & take a 5min walk)
Every trip to Hong Kong is a must to the urban chic Soho (South of Hollywood Road) for my gourmet indulgence. This trip, my family & I joined one of the best events ever – the Hong Kong Wine & Dine Food Festival!
Here’s my 16 yr-old son standing @ 1.83m, having fun @ the Soho Street Fair. Even at his height, he’s not that tall after all. Hahaha!
This time, we were a little disappointed to find our fave Italian joint @ Soho gone. It serves one of the nicest Pizzas & Pastas. Nevertheless, we discovered another gem – the Sole Mio.
We’d a great time at the Food Fest. Soho is definitely the place to chill out & have a good meal. Do check out this place the next time you’re in HK & hopefully, you’ll be able to catch another of their promo.
If you're into Chinese food, hop over to 许留山 (Hui Lao Shan) Healthy Dessert or the Famous Mak’s Wanton Noodle, Hong Kong to check out this eatery that even Anthony Bourdain rave about!
Sole Mio Ristorante Italiano
47, Elgin Street
Midlevels, Soho, Central