Though tucked and hidden, this quiet little restaurant is creating a lot of buzz. I don’t think I’ve ever heard of anything like it: a little shop that serves up a small selection of dainty yeast steamed buns known as “bao” and that’s pretty much it. The buns are very reminiscent of the famous pork […]
Recently I was able to pass through the city of Little Rock, Arkansas. In the River Market Area of Little Rock, you’ll find a little self-serve restaurant where the locals frequent: Flying Fish. My friend and I found this place in searching for “The Best Catfish in Town”. And during our wait in the short […]
Looking for a quick lunch? Or just in the area? Just outside Central Station, in Sydney, and just outside the “Tunnel” that connects Central Station to the University of Technology, Sydney (UTS), you’ll find Saigon Delight. I walk through this tunnel every morning to get to work and their “fresh” looking signboard always catches my […]
I was told that the one thing I must do when arriving in Melbourne is to visit this little bratwurst shop at the Queen Victoria Market. In fact, I was even given a $5 Australian bill as a parting gift from Vancouver for purchasing one. Unfortunately, $5 doesn’t cover the costs of the bratwursts […]
A lazy week on the island in Tofino finds us cooking most of our meals indoors but we must make sure we still check out some of the local cuisines!
Tofino is known for being close to the ocean and with that, seafood is always a must! We find ourselves at Tacofino Cantina, a food […]
With minimal sights in Guilin, my friend and I hopped on a bus to nearby Yangshuo. Yangshuo is more of a tourist town, having a pedestrian street full of foreigner-friendly attractions like pubs, souvenir shops, and my favorite: a night market! Actually “night market” is a bit of a misnomer, as some stalls […]
Tasty, home-cooked noodles at bargain prices.
I had six days off around Qingming and the Easter Holiday, so I decided to pop over to Guilin, China to meet a vacationing colleague. Eating out was its own experience. Street food was plenty and cheap, though there seemed to be only 4 or 5 varieties of items. […]
Did you know that Phnom Penh does take out?! You know what that means? That means that when you’re dropping by Chinatown, or just in the area but need to rush out, there’s no need to skimp on your craving for Phnom Phenh’s famous chicken wings! These wings live up to their name as the […]
I should have known better. I arrived in Hong Kong on a Monday afternoon, eager to sample the city’s culinary delights. Unfortunately for me, I chose probably one the worst places to eat, falling for their accessible, English menus (+1). Later, I was told that Maxim’s is considered fast food. Whoops.
To be honest, […]
So it’s getting colder and colder in Japan. Last night I was craving for some ramen, and there happens to be a pretty famous chain ramen shop close to my apartment. They were having “Tomato TsukeMan” on promotion. For those who don’t know what TsukeMan is, the soup and the noodle comes separately, and the […]
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