Hong Kong is going through a craft brewing revolution at the moment which can only be good, well maybe not, it would be great if it wasn't so bloody expensive!
Tipping Point has been set up by Que Vinh Dang, the former chef of TBLS, and he is doing both food and beer. The food is classic US dude food with the TBLS spin which makes it really interesting and really good. At the moment most of the beer is bought in, but there are a few in-house brews starting to find their way out of the brew-house. Slightly too early to judge them but so far heading in the right direction (and seems fairly priced).
But the cheeseburger is really the thing to get very, very excited about. It really is very, very good (and not cheap at $208). Its a fair size and fills you up so not bad value, although it was so good I could have forced another one down. So to call it HK's best is a big call especially with Beef & Liberty wowing them, and Butchers Club Burger to open, in Wan Chai. But it definitely hits the spot.....and its in a pub not a sit down restaurant.
Only one niggle - it needs more wine by the glass, not just cask wine from a tap. I love going but my wife is highly resistant to its charms as she doesn't like beer....!