I absolutely love Indian food and whilst we don’t have the variety and selection of Singapore’s Little India where I would get my Indian food fix, there are plenty of great options here in Hong Kong for Indian food. We are fans of the northern Indian butter chicken. Nearly a decade a go, I went […]

   The menu is tight with fusion-like Japanese inspired dishes. Only set menus are available, featuring a fusion of Japanese staples and Spanish tapas with well balanced dishes like steam egg and sea urchin, unagi foie gras and seaweed rice to the yuzu tart served with lemon grass ice cream. I went during their soft opening so […]

  I wondered for sometime where people who don’t eat pork shop for groceries given that Macau and it’s Portuguese culinary heritage is very heavy on pork. In fact, it is the backbone of Chinese cuisine from stocks to braises and confectionery, then there is the variety of Portuguese chorizos. On my weekly trips to […]

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I think this is one of Macau’s best kept secret – a kick ass steakhouse and amazing dishes. Copa is located in the labyrinth that is Macau Sands that opened several years ago. It beats Morton’s at the Venetian as the latter we’ve had so many inconsistent meals there, we’ve stopped going back. There’s an open […]

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Chez Serge is one of the best address in Carpentras and many living in the Provence region drive over just to dine here. Well, it’s truffle season and the menu speaks nothing but truffles. The cosy beautiful space in the middle of Provence, but I unfortunately didn’t feel that the food nor service deserved any […]