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Asia, Travel Tips



September 9, 2009

Our first meal in Hong Kong was a creative one, indeed. Admittedly, I was a tad nervous about the Asian cuisine (actually, was sort of hopeful this trip would translate into some weight-loss). Alas, I was wrong on both counts. Our first restaurant, BO INNVOATION in central Hong Kong was delicious and quite inventive. Tucked quietly in a residential neighborhood, on the fourth floor of an unassuming building, the spot definitely felt like a hideaway. Albeit one that was just awarded two Michelin stars.

Our group at the Modern styled restaurant

Our group at the Modern styled restaurant. Check out the funky discus chargers. The silver edges sticking out are for holding the chopsticks.

Here are some shots of the dishes featuring Bo Innovation’s signature MOLECULAR CANTONESE cuisine.

Tuna with Foie Gras Powder

Tuna with Foie Gras Powder

Scallops with the best peas I've ever had (and I do NOT like peas)

Scallops with the best peas I've ever had (and I do NOT like peas)

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Meg is the founder of luxury travel consulting company, Friend of a Friend Consulting. Her three books, Italian Hideaways, Caribbean Hideaways and England's Hideaways are published by Rizzoli. Passionate about travel, hotels and wine, she continues to write freelance travel pieces and is currently pursuing a Masters in Wine through the WSET.

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