Piadina simply eatalian!

img_38851 When I lived in Parma a few years ago, I was in foodie heaven. The fresh pastas, the Parma ham, the huge wheels of Parmesan; it was amazing. There was one dish in particular that I just could not getRead more

Grassroots Pantry

grassroots-pantry-hk There is no denying that, as much as we love this city, all the running around and having lunch and dinner out most days (or maybe I’m just speaking for myself!) can start to take its toll on our bodies.Read more

Brickhouse

img_3802 Mexican is the flavour of the moment across Hong Kong. After complaints that there were no good tacos in the city, taco shops popped up everywhere, adding to the throng of pretty average Tex-Mex restaurants. When word got out thatRead more

Pizzeria Pubblico

20120606_pizzeria_0873 Update: Pizzeria Pubblico has now closed in Tsun Wing Lane and moved all operations to Linguini Fini in The L Place, where you can still order pizzas to take away. Back in the Fussy Days (for it could be saidRead more

Chautari Restaurant

img_3785   The Queen Street Cooked Food Market in Sheung Wan is not your average array of dai pai dongs. When I visited ABC Kitchen earlier this year, I learnt that cooked food centres can in fact serve gourmet food, completeRead more

Brunch at The Principal

img_3752   Everyone loves a good Champagne Brunch on a Sunday. As much as we complain that we don’t like Sunday drinking or waking up hungover on a Monday, it is still hard to find a reason to turn down anRead more

Red Kitchen

img_3728 Since starting The Dim Sum Diaries over a year ago, I have become much more adventurous and strive to travel further afield to feed my tum in areas I consider outside of my comfort zone. That said, I have, untilRead more

Mandy’s Private Kitchen

img_3683 I am slowly accomplishing my mission of trying every private kitchen in Hong Kong… even if it may take me my whole lifetime to get there. The latest on my list was Mandy’s Private Kitchen, a Caribbean feast in SaiRead more

MANA! Fast Slow Food

dsc018351     The organic, slow food movement has taken the world by storm. Although Hong Kong has been pretty slow to jump on the bandwagon, little steps are being taken to catch up with the rest of the world and fulfill the growing demand for healthy, veganRead more