Koko – Koko is a new izakaya-style dining spot. In the picture is its baby back pork ribs glazed with a master stock.
Almas – It's not hard to score a window side table at Almas, as it only has seven seats up on the 102nd floor of the International Commerce Center. Caviar and champagne are the main draws in the new Ritz-Carlton venue.
The Ocean – Dishes gets a top-notch plating treatment at The Ocean, a seafood restaurant in The Pulse beach side mall. The photos shows a dessert with passion fruit, coconut and rum.
The Fat Pig – Charcuterie, baked, roasted, barbecued, pulled or pickled -- no matter how you like your pork cooked, Tom Aikens' new Hong Kong venture, The Fat Pig, probably has it covered.
Tri – Views over the beach are a treat if you can take your eyes off the beautifully fitted interior of Tri, an Indonesian restaurant in The Pulse.
Le Garcon Saigon – Eating at Le Garcon Saigon as delicious an experience as it is a fun one. Skewers, fresh herbs, pickles, vermicelli and dipping sauces are provided for you to make your own rice paper rolls.
Viet Kitchen – In addition to traditional Vietnamese fair, Viet Kitchen serves a number of inventive dishes, including this steamed shrimp and pork ravioli.
Mr and Mrs Fox – Hotel owner Swire Group has expanded its portfolio to food and beverage industry in recent years. Mr and Mrs Fox, its latest opening, combines a relaxed bar restaurant downstairs and a proper dining place upstairs.
Beefbar – Beefbar's meats are broiled at extremely high temperatures and then char grilled, meaning the carnivore double whammy of exterior crisp and crust, before interior tenderness.
Vea – By combining two of the most respected names in Hong Kong's food and drink scene -- chef Vicky Cheng and mixologist Antonio Lai, Vea has created one of the most exciting openings in 2015.
Mercedes Me – Fresh burrata at the German automobile company's new dining spot Mercedes Me. Unexpectedly, the restaurant serves Spanish delicacies, including hake throats (a Basque dish) and a classic Catalan "Bikini" sandwich.
El Mercado – Overseen by Jose Manuel Meza, formerly of Lima's Astrid y Gaston, El Mercado's menu celebrates Japanese and Peruvian cuisine.