#lollefood is the tag I use on Instagram for all my recommended food items devoured in Hong Kong. Every month I consolidate some of the new food discoveries I’ve made in attempt to give you all a basis for brainstorming your next dinner or snack outing. This month… I’ve been hibernating in Sai Kung a lot… Read More #lollefood Monthly – September 2015
Kennedy Town is not an area I logically visit often since I live on the other side of Hong Kong, beyond even the “dark side”. But this place is now blessed with a conveniently close by MTR station and a proliferation of new restaurants. Way ahead of me, were the guys at iPick who organised… Read More What to Eat in Kennedy Town?
In Hong Kong, pasta can be associated with Italian food, cafe food and cha chan teng (cheap local eateries) food alike; it can be quite a casual affair. But it doesn’t have to be. If you’re looking for a place to treat your loved ones for a special day or celebration and they love pasta (well, who doesn’t?), Gradini is one… Read More Gradini: Fine Italian Food for Occasions
Coffee culture has no doubt become a “thing” in Hong Kong. It might only be a matter of time until the mass gets so spoilt by good coffee that they become Starbucks-averse. I mean that is probably why Starbucks didn’t work out in coffee countries like Australia right? There are so many great choices for… Read More Exploring Artisan Coffee Shops in Hong Kong
I shockingly learnt from my invaluable cooking class at Red Feather Inn that you can easily make your own ricotta cheese at home with close to minimal effort and accessible ingredients too. It’s easy, cheaper (than buying it) and you can use it to make delicious ricotta hotcakes, mix it into your scrambled eggs to… Read More Make Your Own Ricotta Cheese from Scratch with 3 Ingredients
There are many things to love about Hong Kong. Despite how difficult (I can only assume from high costs, competition and saturation) it must be to start a restaurant, there is so much variety and individuality in the dining scene as long as you step out of big shopping malls and onto less frequented streets.… Read More The Pudding Nouveau: Hong Kong’s Answer to Duck and Waffle
I do love my all-American greasy big brunches at The Diner, but one weekend I felt like something different and headed over to Hong Kong island for a waffle-ful brunch at Waffling Beans. The photos of their seemingly perfect coffees (later verified to be accurate portrayals) on Openrice was an additional, potentially stronger, motivation that successfully… Read More Waffling Beans: Amazing Coffee and Everything Waffles