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So, the new Hello Kitty restaurant in Hong Kong is the new rage globally and a big hit on social media, so how could I miss the opportunity to visit and write about it – and build more social equity around it? I am fortunate and grateful that I still have sporting gourmet friends who […]

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  So, one of the next best thing living in Macao is that we’re just 30 minutes from the border of Zhuhai and about 20 mins to this wonderful furniture wood village in 中山, Zhongshan that sells everything at wholesale cost price made for export and distribution. It’s kind of like a household wonderland with […]

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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 […]

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The restaurant most recently scored 1 Michelin star in the 2014 guide, which I’m not sure if it’s worthy to join the stellar ranks, but since hole-in-the-wall restaurants like Tim Ho Wan or the whole chain of Lei Gardens have one star too… it’s hard to comprehend the Hong Kong & Macau Guide ratings, as […]

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It’s really easy to get too comfortable and to keep going back to our favourite places, but I’ve made it a point to keep trying out new places. Both the Lisboas are home to a good variety of quality food. Noite e Dia, which means Night and Day packs in a broad variety of breakfast […]

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Portas Do Sol in Hotel Lisboa means “Gateway to the Sun” in Portuguese but has nothing to do with sunshine or Portugal, serving up some of the city’s best dim sum and Chinese cuisine and very popular with the locals. First timers to the restaurant might get lost finding the restaurant bypassing the casino floor […]

I’ve been wandering around less these days and going to more ladies lunches and I have to say that Macau’s standards of dimsum and Cantonese cuisine surpasses Hong Kong. Of late, we’ve dined at quite a few fine Cantonese restaurants from Jade Dragon (surely it will get starred in the Michelin guide 2014?), Wynn’s 2* […]

Lots of friends flew in for the rugby 7s weekend, most of them were tag-alongs as their other halfs flew in to watch the games that also gave them an excuse to booze alot and misbehave! So, us non-rugby fans went to pig out at dimsum brunch. The good thing about Hong Kong is there […]

I love the smell of the good old confectionary. They have plenty of those in Singapore in the shophouses in Chinatown or Katong. These flour and egg fluffy buns remind me of my childhood and my late grandmother who used to give it to us as snacks all the time . Tripe and kidney and […]