Eight years ago, the opening of Australian chef David Thompson’s Nahm drew the ire of conservatives and blew the minds of foodies in the Thai capital. Now, the man also behind Singapore’s Long Chim has brought his fiery flavours to Hong Kong. Aptly named Aaharn (“food” in Thai) this eatery sits inside Tai Kwun, the toast-of-the-town arts and lifestyle hub at the restored Central Police Station compound. Housed in the Armoury Building, Aaharn’s tasting menus bring together seasonal ingredients and painstakingly unearthed old recipes with meticulous presentation.

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