Earlier this year, the crew of global Chowtzers enjoyed a steak symposium at Flat Iron London near Oxford Street, with a discussion and talk spearheaded by Mark Schatzker, author of the award winning book “Steak: One man’s search for the world’s tastiest piece of beef” This hot spot is rustic three storey cosy restaurant and clearly […]

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I knew little about jellied eels – an 18th century traditional dish for East Londoners, until St Louis’ food critic Ann, my encyclopedia and guide that weekend in London filled me in on it. We ordered a portion of cold eels and a hot version with mashed potato and parsley, with chilli vinegar generously sprinkled over. (Thank you […]

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I’ve been to London a dozen of times, but never made it to Broadway market and was so pleased to visit with the Chowtzer foodie crew this time. I’ve been several times to Borough market, so Broadway was a refreshing new visit with the world’s best food bloggers – Chowtzer’s ambassadors in their own city. Here are some […]

Back from a whirlwind gourmet trip to London, meeting with global foodies from all around the world and picked up the world’s “Tastiest Bird” Award for Yat Lok Roast Goose in Hong Kong for the Global Fast Feasts awards! Fellow amazing bloggers have been so quick and efficient to chronicle the gourmet weekend and kudos […]

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One of my most exciting stops in London. We went to Tramshed by Hix, the seventh outfit by chef Hix, a beautiful industrial space Shoreditch featuring Damien Hirst’s taxidermy art-a cow and chicken, both animals which are done perfectly and served in the restaurant. Service was friendly and spotless, both beef and chicken showed the […]

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I had plans to be in Beijing this week for the 4th Beijing Design Week 2012, but had to go to London for work instead and was so fortunate to have a few hours to catch the #LDF2012 instead. I remember agreeing to sponsorships in 2009 at The Opposite House Beijing, the first ever Beijing […]