Craving for Taiwanese street food? Take a ride to the new Sai Ying Pun MTR station to get a taste at Yuan is Here (阿元來了). Located on Third Street, you won’t have trouble finding it – just look for a storefront with a large crowd.
I’m here to share with you another addition to the growing Sai Ying Pun food scene, Stack. Tucked away on the corner of Third Street, this funky joint serves American-style pancakes both day and night. Not to be confused with the typical All Day Breakfast restaurant’s like the Flying Plan, Stack serves a creative dinner menu of sweet and savory pancakes designed to be paired with cocktails. Read more >>
I’ve always found it exhilarating to discover new restaurants with great food unexpectedly. Last Friday evening, hubby and I were strolling along High Street in Sai Ying Pun to find some food to fill our growling stomachs. We stumbled upon U-Hang, and thinking it was a new Spanish tapas restaurant, we walked in without looking at the menu. A glance at the menu, and we realized it was a Korean resto!
Heads up, the photos here are taken with my new iPhone 6 camera (touched up a bit in Lightroom), tell me what you think of the quality?
This is an overdue post that I’ve been meaning to write for a while now. We’ve been to GLOW, which stands for Grill Lounge Ocean Wine, [I find the name Glow much cooler without it being an acronym] a couple of times now and we’ve always enjoyed their food. This tiny Oyster Bar and Seafood Grill is nestled in the growing foodie scene of Sai Ying Pun on Second Street.
I wanted to write a short post about the delightful lunch we had at High Street Grill, a new addition to the Sai Ying Pun restaurant scene. It was a weekday lunch so they offered set menus at $98 for 3 courses. We’re usually a-la-carte-ordering-type-of-people, but the selection on the set menu seemed interesting and the price tag was attractive compared to the a-la-carte choices, so we both got the set. Read more >>