As the Hong Kong foodie scene keeps popping during this public holiday filled period, we have seen a hive of activity on our app feed again this week. This week we feature 2 new Dishtaggers to our community and also feature 2 existing contributors. Take a look below at what they “dishtagged”, and follow them and other foodies on the Dishtag app to keep up to date with what is hot in Hong Kong.
As a reminder to you all, we feature the best photos uploaded to our app every week across our blog, newsletter and Instagram. Start uploading your favourite food photos from the recent public holidays – and get the chance to be featured next week!!
Afternoon Tea taken at Tiffany Blue Box Café by @marcosora
Our Dishtag team has been indulging in some great afternoon teas recently with all the public holidays that fall during this period in HK.
Marco pictured it beautifully and very on brand using Tiffany’s iconic aqua colour as a background. We love the far angle used to capture this scene, as it features well the cake stand but also includes some other lifestyle elements, including the Tiffany Magazine and a drink.
Thanks Marco for snapping such a wonderful shot worth of a fashion magazine!
Parma Pizza taken at The Pizza Project by @meows_foodie_log
Cathy has been a regular Dishtagger since early launch and she keeps posting photos that make us drool while scrolling through the Dishtag app feed.
As you all known we love a good lifestyle shot with hands “grabbing a slice”. This shot captures the volume, texture and colour of all the pizza toppings: Parma ham, Parmigiano & rucola. One can’t get more Italian than that!
Thanks Cathy for picturing perfectly our favourite kind of weight-lifting 💪 🍕!
This awesome shot of authentic Italian pizza comes perfectly on time as our friends at The Pizza Project will be officially opening their Wan Chai outlet next week.
Akagai by @tabeguru
Tabeguru is one of the newest users of the Dishtag app, and she hasn’t disappointed us so far!
This shot of sushi is so detailed and focused that it feels like we are there, dining with her. Thumbs up for choosing to get really close to the subject, which is also perfectly lit, (natural light maybe?). The blurred background gives depth to the image and has our eyes stuck on the beautiful shellfish.
Akagai is a new dish to us, and we can’t wait to give it a try after seeing this beauty.
Tea taken at Teakha by @wtsinurmouth
Here’s another great shot from one of our Dishtag regulars who has astonished us with all the great posts popping up on our app feed.
The subject of the image is as simple as a tea pot with tea cups but the styling and angle elevates it in such a powerful way. We love the top angle with crossing lines of the wooden table, great choice in putting the subject off-centre and creating a criss-cross pattern with the yellow flowers. The whole composition is a wonderful balance of colours, lines and circles.
We like to keep the best for last, well done Minnie!
We feature the best photos uploaded to our app every week across our blog, newsletter and Instagram, so why not join our community today. Start uploading your favourite food photos – and get the chance to be featured next week.