Yung Kee HK – Roast Goose Heaven?

Yung Kee started off as a humble dai pai dong 1938 and sold enough roast meat to have it’s own restaurant from 1942. The premises were destroyed by a Japanese air raid in World War II before they reopened on Wellington Street in Central have been there ever…

Eleven Madison Park NYC – the World’s rated number 1

Reeling back to the memory of Eleven Madison Park, (November 2016), the experience didn’t just deliver dish after dish of compelling food, but it was an evocative experience, with many seductive heights that brought beautifully sourced local ingredients to an elevated level. The restaurant, originally opened in 1998…

Craft Steak MGM Grand Las Vegas – delectable beefy heaven

Craft Steak Las Vegas was launched in 2002 and it quickly became a beef lovers heaven with ‘James Beard award-winning’ chef Tom Colicchio Craftsteak at the stove, they have received a AAA Four Diamond rating, 3 Stars from Forbes and Best of Award of Excellence…

Azurmendi – breath taking stuff

Azurmendi is a hilltop restaurant overlooking some Bilbao’s stunning country side. With it comes a huge vineyard, a winery, a vegetable AND a herb garden. The restaurant building itself looks far from a Michelin Starred restaurant but more like a state of the art greenhouse,…

Martin Berasategui – The Spanish Legend

Martin Berasategui began cooking at a tender age of 14 when most of us were still playing Nintendo. He gained his first Michelin Star at the age of 25 and currently holds eight in total across his repertoire of restaurants in Spain which is more…

Arzak – 3 Michelin Star Heaven? A star studded meal literally!

Arzak holds high regard for many as a San Sebastián institution of modern Basque cookery. It was a humble tavern in 1897 under Escolástica Lete – the grandmother of Chef owner Juan Mari Artzak, currently aged 74 who has won and kept 3 Michelin stars…

China Club – Hong Kong – It’s Proper Posh

Sir David Tang opened China Club Hong Kong on 30th June 1991 and it’s located on the top three floors of the old Bank of China Building in Central Hong Kong. It has strong luxury design cues inspired by the bygone era of 1930’s – 1940’s…

Seryna – Tokyo (Roppongi) – Kobe beef heaven

I figured it to be worthwhile to write some words about what I’ve learnt and what my experiences are of ‘authentic’ Kobe beef before reviewing Seryna, as I have been guilty of enjoying the knock-off Kobe (wagyu) that featured in many a restaurant I’ve dined…