Posts Tagged ‘Hong Kong’

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 […]

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 […]

Michelin – It’s not just about tyres

When talking about Michelin, many people will think about tyres and the iconic Michelin man. But, it’s not just that! Michelin is also a publisher on dining and restaurant. The Michelin Guide is one of the most famous restaurant guides in the world. The first Michelin Guide was published in France around the 1900’s. In […]

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