I use Macao and Macau interchangeably and both are accepted in its use, although the old and original spelling was Macao. Myth has it that the name is derived from the Cantonese name for “Ma Gok” the Goddess of the sea. When Portuguese sailors arrived on land just outside the A-Ma temple, they had asked […]

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Hong Kong is a gourmet’s dream, filled with local eats pouring out of every corner of the city, spilling onto streets and home to plenty of celebrity fine dining restaurants that delivers and rivals the same experiences you’d get in Europe or the US. And then there are lovely private kitchens, best kept secrets and […]

Super honoured and so chuffed to be featured as one of the world’s best food bloggers in the UK Sunday Times Travel Section today and looking forward to all the exciting developments on the food app Chowtzer that I’m contributing to! I’ve recommended two of my favourite local eateries in Hong Kong – Yat Lok […]

I’m still a little all over the place since moving to Macau, the cat arrived on Friday night and we’re making adjustments to the Macau pace of life. And fortunately for me, there’s been more than enough work lined up, which means I don’t have to worry about Macau housewivery and losing my focus or […]

Several strangers have emailed me on my thoughts on Beijing’s best duck, and I realised I never put up an entry on this, so I’m going to slowly post my lists of favourite eats in Beijing, some I miss dearly. For ducks, whatever you do, do NOT go to Quanjude, you’d be served greasy sub-quality […]