Speakeasy Dining

I’ve been asking around for Hong Kong advice lately, as I’ll be spending the next two weekends there (working during the week). One of the more interesting things I’ve found is the concept of Home Kitchens, or “speakeasy” restaurants.

…the intimate eating places that have sprung up in people’s homes and have become, for locals and those in the know, some of the best places to eat on the island. The speakeasies started several years ago when some Hong Kongese, gastronomes and cooks with limited means, decided to set up one or two tables in their sitting rooms and offer a fixed-price, multicourse menu of distinctive home-style dishes.

This New York Times article describes and recommends, and has some great photos.

Mouth watering already…