Eating Our Way Around Hanoi

hanoi street food At only an hour and a half flight from Hong Kong, Hanoi is easy to get to for a weekend trip and far cheaper than flying to Thailand or Bali. If time was on our side, I would have likedRead more

Burger & Lobster, Soho, London

burger and lobster Without a doubt one of the most hyped up restaurants in London, to the point of even exciting the little foodies way over here in the East, is Burger & Lobster. I have been desperate to go since the firstRead more

La Bodega Negra, London

la bodega negra london These days, it is not unusual to find decent food in the strangest of places. Did you ever imagine you could find good food in a sex shop? No? Neither did I, until I went to La Bodega Negra on a recentRead more

The Other Side of Vegas: A Side for Foodies…

tom colicchio's heritage steak las vegas Las Vegas is a crazy, crazy place. Huge buildings with any number of different themes simply sprout out of the middle of the desert, creating this insane bubble like no other place you’ve ever been to. In Vegas, time standsRead more

Tramshed, London

tramshed london Cows and chickens have played a large part in my life recently, starting with Jason Black’s wonderful cookbook COW PIG CHICKEN. Needless to say, when, on a recent jaunt back to London, I heard about Tramshed, a restaurant specialising inRead more

Terrazza at Galaxy Macau

terrazza galaxy macau   It always amazes me how easy it is to get to Macau, yet how insanely different it is to Hong Kong once you get there. A recent trip across the water took me to the gigantic, glitzy Galaxy MacauRead more

Cuca, Bali

cuca bali * One of the most rewarding things about having a blog is the steady flow of emails I receive from my readers, whether it be to recommend a favourite restaurant, ask for recommendations, or – my favourite kind of emailRead more

Merah Putih, Bali

merah putih bali   Whenever I travel to a different country, I insist on consuming a fair share of that country’s cuisine, often refusing to eat anything but that particular cuisine. Thus, on a recent trip to Bali, when advised to try theRead more

Urban Discovery’s Hei Fai Food Walk

Urban discovery hei fai food walk hong kong Kowloon is considered by many of us to be ‘the dark side’; a faraway land only to be visited when dreaded visitors appear and demand to go there. Even then, the temptation to hand them a map and claim otherRead more

The Shed, London

the shed restaurant london One of the things I miss most about England is the countryside; farms and open expanses of greenery are not often seen in Hong Kong, at least where I live. Even though newly opened London resto The Shed is in NottingRead more