Sunday, March 28, 2010

Soho Saturday

Where's your Soho...

London had the first in the 17th Century
New York's Manhattan followed
Hong Kong has Soho and Noho (clever thinking)
Stockholm has Sofo
and now Moscow has the latest on Savvinskaya Embankment

I've been Soho'd three times...

So here is my first little take on the far Eastern Soho

Jump off the Central-mid-level escalators and you're in the heart of Soho, where the food is good and the drinks are flowing! Deciding where to eat can be a challenge as you have almost everything on offer; Japanese, Thai, Greek, Indian, Vietnamese, Mexican, Spanish, British, Chinese, Italian... So if you're unsure as to what you fancy for dinner, I recommend a trip to Soho where you can take a quick trip around the globe!

Warm, welcoming surroundings, freshly made tantalizing food cooked before your eyes, sangria, tequila...


Caramba SoHo
26-30 Elgin Street
Hong Kong

Monday's 2-4-1 on food!


Time to walk off that food...

Hop back onto the escalators and they'll take you up, up, up and away, away from the crowds and to a peaceful spot on top of a hill. The mid-level-escalators cover 800m in distance and are even featured in the Guinness World Records as the longest outdoor covered escalator system! When traveling on them, the higher you get, the quieter and emptier the flowing steps become. As we get to the top, we're the only ones left. We jump off at Conduit Road and gradually make our way back down the winding path, back to a Saturday evening in HK Soho.

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