Archive for the ‘Travel’ Category

Ganbaranba in Cairns

Cairns is well known for attracting tourists from all over the world, especially Japan. It is also my hometown and although I have fond memories of the place, it’s not the greatest place for foodies. However, on a recent short trip back home, I came across this small restaurant that was not there before called […]

Hosokawa Japanese Restaurant

When craving for good Japanese food in Brisbane with a reasonable price, Hosokawa Japanese Restaurant at Racecourse road is place you need to go. It was a Saturday night and pouring with rain when we decided to go for a visit. We weren’t sure if we needed to have a booking at Hosokawa so we […]

Chinese Breakfast – HK Ocean Empire Food Shop

When I was growing up in Hong Kong, my grandma would always take me to have congee (rice porridge) and chinese donuts on cold winter mornings.  The hot congee would make you feel warm for the rest of day. This time while I was in Hong Kong, I thought about trying to find a place […]

Haagen Dazs – Ice cream Fondue

After a wonderful dinner with some friends in Hong Hong, we happened to walk past a Haagen-Dazs store, which is renowned internationally for it’s ice-cream. I was attracted by a lovely poster displaying the current special – The Chocolate Fondue with Ice Cream. I have tried chocolate fondue a few times in Australia, but I have never […]

Victoria Market – Colours of Earth Pizza

The Victoria Markets is one of oldest markets in Australia I reckon it’s one of those must-go tourist destinations in Melbourne. It is always filled with vibrant colours from all the fresh food stores, yet it still maintains it’s classical charms from the historical buildings. The markets are known for their fresh produce, fruit and vegetables, meat, […]

Yum cha at Shark Fin House – Melbourne

  When comparing the Yum Cha experience between Hong Kong and Australia, most people would probably say Hong Kong is better. But unless your a frequent flyer to Hong Kong, going there just for Yum Cha would be ridiculous. Fortunately for us, we had Yum cha at Shark Fin Inn in Melbourne’s China Town last […]

Vietnamese Traditional Restaurant in Melbourne – Pho Dzung Tan Dinh.

Melbourne is truly a great place for foodies. As it’s known as the City of Immigrants, there is a huge range cuisines from all around the world. Today, I would like to introduce one of the famous traditional Vietnamese restaurants in Melbourne – Pho Dzung Tan Dinh. Today I ordered the ‘Hue Traditional Vietnamese Style […]

World’s Most Amazing Food Creations

Hey fellow foodies! Just thought I should share with everyone this very interesting article I just came across on the Yahoo 7 website. It’s about some of the world’s most amazing food creations by some of the most renowned chefs in the world. Just look at those fabulous pictures! The skill, creativity and effort in each of […]

Chuen Cheung Kui@ HK – Hakkanese Food

Hakka is a distinct Han Chinese population in Southern China, and have links to the provincial areas of Guangdong, Jiangxi and Fujian in China. Hakka people have their own language & culture and of course, their own distinctive cooking style.  Today, I am going to introduce some Hakkanese food and a very famous Hakkanese Food […]

Kam Fung Cafe@Hong Kong – Hong Kong traditional food

When talking to locals about traditional Hong Kong food, many people will recommend the ‘Hong Kong style cafe’ but what is this exactly? Let’s begin by going into some history. After World War II, only high class restaurants provided western food in Hong Kong, and they were very expensive and exclusive. At that time, western food […]

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