Shopping Rules In Hong Kong!

People in Hong Kong love to shop, it’s the favoured past time there and where they spend their hard earned, they need to eat good. This is why there are so many restaurants and food courts in the shopping complexes, as retail therapy burns a…

Bun Hui – A Hong Kong Greasy Spoon

I would describe Bun Hui a local hole in the wall that serves up the kinda things that oozes pocket friendly comfort. It’s not a destination restaurant by any means but, if you’re local, or even live in the area it would be a perfect little…

Wing Wah Noodle Shop – The Dying Art of Bamboo Noodles

Bib Gourmand rated Wing Wah is an institution, not just for the time it’s been around and the popularity of their won ton noodles, but for their huge contribution to making the famous bamboo-pressed noodles from scratch since 1950. Upon writing this though, I’ve learnt the…

A Day in Tai Po Eating Arse

Tai Po is one of 18 districts of Hong long’s New Territory’s, and we came here to explore, discover and eat at their famous (well to locals at least) “Tai Po Hui Cooked Food Centre”. It’s akin to Singapore’s hawker style markets and scratches many…

Mak’s Noodles – It’s Another HK Institution.

Mak’s Noodles’s has it’s roots derived from Guangzhou, brought over by wonton master Mak Woon-chi, which is now run by his third-generation descendant Mak Chi-Ming. The Mak’s are now in multiple locations around Hong Kong, Mak Chung Kee, Mak An Kee, Mak Siu Kee, and Mak Man Kee, all…

Ivan Ramen – The NYC Ramen Guru

Ivan Orkin is a self-confessed Japan nut, having moved to Tokyo shortly after college to live and breath his fascination of the country. There he met his interior designer wife, took on the role as a house-husband, before he became the first American to open…

Good Hope Noodle – Hong Kong

Good Hope Noodle in Mong Kok (HK) has been around since 1971 and it serves up the quintessential Hong Kong wonton noodle bar classics be it your beef tendon (they call it beef stringy here, Chinglish, I guess), stewed brisket, ‘siu kow’ dumplings, boiled liver,…