Risotto is known to be the death dish on MasterChef Australia, because of its failure rate on the cooking show. So, the thought of cooking risotto at home was a daunting challenge for me. Since hubby really really really loves risotto, I set out to make his favorite Porcini Risotto.
Though we love French fine dining, we have always been intimidated by the white table cloth environment of places like Caprice. If you ever felt the same and crave to enjoy fine French food, Seasons by Olivier E is the place for you. Seasons is unpretentious and offers refined French dishes infused with a touch of Asian and made with the freshest seasonal ingredients. Read more >>
Owned by the Nha Trang group, BÊP is becoming a Vietnamese favorite among Pho lovers. The name BÊP means Vietnamese kitchen and this restaurant definitely resonates a homey kitchen feel. Hubby and I checked this place out back in December and immediately understood the Pho hype. Read more >>
We had a double date brunch with another couple a few weeks back at Aberdeen Street Social. It turned out to be the perfect venue for friends to hang out, catch up and enjoy a very late breakfast. Read more >>
The first 2 parts of this Soul Eat Series featured a number of restaurant adventures. But the most memorable meal of the trip was at POOM Seoul, so I thought it deserved a post on its own.
With a bit of planning prior to our Seoul trip, we were able pack our short trip with authentic Korean BBQ, Bibimbap, Samgyetang, Korean Fried Chicken, a fabulous traditional Banga meal and a lunch at the Noryangjin Fish Market. Read more >>