Waffling Beans: Amazing Coffee and Everything Waffles

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

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Casa Lisboa: Real Portuguese food in Heart of Hong Kong

I never thought I was a fan of Portuguese food. After sampling most of the popular ones in Macau, I decided I didn’t like any. But apparently Portuguese food is quite different from Macanese food, the latter is of course what you’d find in Macau instead. Still without knowing the differences, my meal at Casa Lisboa has definitely reignited… Read More Casa Lisboa: Real Portuguese food in Heart of Hong Kong

Ore-no Kappou: Michelin quality inevitably still comes with a price

Ore-no Kappou markets itself to serve Michelin-quality food for the masses. I had just finished my post-work workout at LKF’s Pure and was thinking of casual Japanese food, Sen Ryo? Then I remembered Ore-no Kappou being downstairs and decided to give it a shot. Worth my money but not “affordable” Casual is the environment but definitely… Read More Ore-no Kappou: Michelin quality inevitably still comes with a price

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