Korean food meets Italian at new restaurant Moyo

As foreign as an IBK “Italian born Korean” (one of the pioneers of Moyo) is to me, so is the union of these two cuisines. The results are intriguingly not strange though, definitely a credit to the successfully unique ideas this kitchen is cooking! Here are some of the delicious dishes I sampled on my… Read More Korean food meets Italian at new restaurant Moyo

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Scoop on Hong Kong’s best matcha green tea ice cream

You know how people say they have a second stomach for desserts? I’m not sure about waffles or cheesecakes, but a matcha soft serve ice cream definitely never feels too heavy, no matter how big your dinner was. It has the bitter but not-that-bitter tea taste which helps offset the sweetness of ice cream. Now with the growing popularity of… Read More Scoop on Hong Kong’s best matcha green tea ice cream

Best seafood restaurant in Sai Kung for lobster feast

People usually visit Sai Kung to get away from the city (go on hikes, junk trips, beaches etc.) or often also for the seafood restaurants its famous for. The mainstream seafood restaurants have disappointingly lost their quality with their gain in popularity (why does that always happen anyway?). I have recommended Chuen Kee before, although for their dim sum specifically,… Read More Best seafood restaurant in Sai Kung for lobster feast

Nostalgic of Bangkok: Quick guide on where to eat local Thai

I wrote about one of my favourite brunch spots in the first part of “Nostalgic of Bangkok” but that clearly is not the local meal tourists are looking for when in Thailand. So this time, I’m going to go through a few easy places to get great local Thai food. 1. Eathai: all-encompassing high quality upscale food court *must… Read More Nostalgic of Bangkok: Quick guide on where to eat local Thai