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Taipei: Raohe Night Market

Undoubtedly, everyone who has been to Taipei would describe the night market as one of the highlights of their trip....

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Taipei: Fu Hang Dou Jiang

Dating back to 1958, Fu Hang Dou Jiang made its name for employing traditional Nanjing method of producing燒餅 “shao bing”,...

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Taipei: Smith & Hsu 忠孝市府店 – Sanctuary for tea aficionados

Unlike other countries, the streets of Taipei are hardly littered with Starbucks, this is largely due to Taipei’s huge tea...

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Taipei: Minced Pork Rice滷肉飯 (Lu Rou Fan)

  鬍鬚張 Entrance Lu Rou Fan 滷肉飯otherwise known as minced pork rice is a daily staple for Taiwanese. It is...

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Jakarta: Sumiya 炭家 – Hidden Izakaya in Central Jakarta

Unbeknown to many of the dwellers of South Jakarta, Ueda-san who is famous for setting up a chain of successful...

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Hong Kong: Trattoria Doppio Zero

Sheung Wan has become one of my favorite districts to check out for new restaurants to try. Most of them...

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KYOTO: KICHISEN

I was first introduced to the notion of  kyo-ryori kaiseki (or kyo-kaiseki) many years ago at Hakubai, a Japanese restaurant...

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Surabaya: Kayu Contemporary Japanese

Perched atop of the Sriwijaya Building in the busy roundabout of Jl. Mayjend Sungkono, it was easy to miss the...

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Singapore: Magosaburou

A 50% cut on Châteaubriand featured in Magosaburou as their daily special was simply too good to walk past. While...

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Sydney: Gastro Park

Earning a two hats award outright after its six month anniversary screams that it is highly recommended you make this...

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