There are quite a few online food delivery services popping up in Hong Kong these days and I have to admit that I’ve tried many of them myself. One of my recent fave delivery sites has been foodpanda. With just a few clicks on their website, you can have a delicious meal delivered to your doorstep. Read more >>
Happy Easter! I hope you are enjoying your long weekend. For those who live in HK, they are enjoying a 5-day holiday like hubby and I. Many celebrate the Easter holiday differently, some might be attending church, some take their kids Easter egg hunting and many in HK choose to travel abroad. What are you doing this year? Read more >>
You might have noticed that I’ve taken a short hiatus from blogging this month. I have been dealing with a few things and it’s all sorted now. So, hopefully you’ll be seeing me posting more frequently now.
Last month I was fortunate enough to be invited to a few tastings, and haven’t gotten around to sharing them with you. So, first off I want to introduce you to Quayside. Tucked away in the Fenwick Pier in Wan Chai, this off the radar restaurant serves an international menu influenced by French bistro dishes. They’ve recently brought on a talented young Executive Chef, Andrew Lo, to revamp their menu, and have generously invited me to sample their contemporary French spring menu.
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In the blink of the eye, hubby and I have been married for 8 years. We just celebrated our 8th wedding anniversary last month and like every year, I was given the task to select the restaurant to celebrate this special day. It wasn’t too difficult for me to decide, because there was a restaurant at the top of my list that I’ve been dying to try. Read more >>
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 >>
I have to admit that I am so behind on my blogging. As you can see, I’m only posting about my October birthday at the end of December. I have so many food adventures I want to share with you, that I have a backlog of them. Do expect a few more 2014 adventures posted in 2015!
We arrived at Tosca a bit early and our table wasn’t ready yet, so we headed to the bar to enjoy a glass of Bellini. Complimentary nuts and chips to ease my growling stomach were served with the drinks. Read more >>