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Coffee Almond Rum Cake

If you surf around baking blogs or go through cake cookbooks, you will probably come across the term “celebration cake”....

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Japanese Hamburger Steak Bento

Japanese food is probably my second favorite food after the classic steak and fries. Some days, I would crave for...

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Hong Kong: Little Bao

I have been dying to try this little gem in Soho. Seating around 25 people, this open kitchen American- Asian...

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Hong Kong: Serge et le Phoque

The name of the restaurant is a mouthful for me as my French vocabulary consists of “bonjour” and “merci beaucoup”...

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Osaka: Misono

 After all the Matsuzaka Beef we ate in Yakiniku M the day before, our curiosity for Japan’s perfection to cattle...

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Osaka: Matsuzakagyu Yakiniku M

Smacked in the alleys of dotomburi, Matsuzakagyu Yakiniku M (henceforth, known as “M” for simplicity purposes) offers the most complete...

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Osaka: Shabu Chin

Interesting fact: The term “shabu-shabu” (Japanese Hotpot) was first coined by Suehiro, a restaurant in Osaka that dates back to...

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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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