Trullo (London): Simple Ingredients, Sophisticated Dishes

Growing up in Hong Kong, the most impressive aspect of Asian food is the stark combination of flavours, and “wok hey” (fire under the wok) when fire is involved. This is partly what makes a simple saucy bowl of noodles so memorable in New York, a Laksa soup base so tasty at a Hawker Centre… Read More Trullo (London): Simple Ingredients, Sophisticated Dishes

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Dragon Noodles Academy: Peking Duck, Lobster Noodles and More

It’s always been a mission to find good quality Chinese food around Central which offers comfortable seating (to entertain visitors, for example), yet is not extortionately priced, excessively formal or terribly outdated. Dragon Noodles Academy seems to fulfil this particular demand quite perfectly. That said, I actually just came here on a random week night after… Read More Dragon Noodles Academy: Peking Duck, Lobster Noodles and More

Stone Nullah Tavern: Hearty American Food and Crazy Happy Hours

After writing about the 5 Restaurants Worth Revisiting Again and Again, a few food-loving peeps seemed to unanimously agree that Stone Nullah Tavern should be included too. Well after hearing much about their great new menu, I finally gave it a try last week. So many dishes to recommend The fact that I’m having so… Read More Stone Nullah Tavern: Hearty American Food and Crazy Happy Hours

5 great Asian lunch spots in Tsim Sha Tsui for under HK$100

In Central, when you’re paying less than HK$100, it’s hard to get good food that’s not designed for your desk, barring cha chan tengs and places with uncomfortable seating. As such, Tsim Sha Tsui has become my favourite destination for lunch as it’s only two MTR stops away, food is much cheaper and you can easily… Read More 5 great Asian lunch spots in Tsim Sha Tsui for under HK$100