Grace Lam is one of Asia’s most prominent editors and stylists. As former Senior Fashion Style Editor of VOGUE China, Lam has worked with fashion royalty from Mario Testino to Annie Leibovitz, Kate Moss to Naomi Campbell, Gisele Bündchen to Linda Evangelista. Currently based in Hong Kong as a Fashion Director/Stylist/Creative Consultant, we invited Lam (as one of the most stylish ladies we know) to share her intimate guide of where to eat, drink and shop when in town. Exclusively for The Chosen Club, here is Grace’s guide. Follow her on Instagram: @gracelamstyle 


Upper House Hotel

One of my fav hotels ever.  I have stayed at many fab hotels in my lifetime.  UH is very special to me as I had my wedding staycation there.  Design by my friend architect Andre Fu & the UH team are very thoughtful with their guests.  Cafe Gray has an amazing view of HK with great cocktails & food!



Lush, stylish, sexy restaurant and tea room with an amazing view of Hong Kong.  My friend Bonnae Gokson is the Founder of Sevva.  She has impeccable taste when it comes to food, lifestyle & interior.



I love going to Foxglove if I want a little boogie with wicked music. Great drinks menu too.


Mott 32

This yummy Chinese restaurant is a hidden treasure way below street level.  Great interior with delicious Chinese cuisine.


Tung Po Kitchen

Every local & tourist 'Must Eat' at this restaurant when visiting HK. Its fun with great atmosphere. You drink beer in a Chinese rice bowl. The owner Robbie might breakdance for you during your meal if you are lucky. Anthony Bourdain is a fan too.


Ping Pong bar

Attracts a super trendy crowd & one of the coolest bar in HK. Service is a little slow though because of too many customers but it is wicked with old skool interior.


Happy Paradise

Opened not long ago & its the 'in-place' to go at the moment.  Another wicked creation by chef May Chow.  Fun & with 80s HK style memories!


Tate Dining

One of the most talented women chef around Vickie Lau latest restaurant with beautiful interior & very well though out menu.  I spent my last birthday here & it was amazing.



Im a great supporter of HK talents.  You can check out all the independent designers/shops/gallery at PMQ & one of my fav shop is KAPOK.  PMQ also host fun festival during the year.


Star Ferry ride from HK island to Kowloon side

When its a sunny day its the best way to see HK skyline. Its very relaxing! Sometimes I hop on the Star Ferry just for the sake of it.