Guo Fu Lou – Michelin Star Delights in Hong Kong

Guo Fu Lou aims to serve up exquisite Cantonese fare that isn’t intricate or complex, but well cooked ingredient-led classics. The decor here is on the more formal side of formal, with instructions to turn up in your glad rags, “business casual”, it says on their…

Food Opera – Hong Kong – Shops Do It Good Too!

Everywhere you go, seemingly there is something good to eat in Hong Kong – the folk out here know how to do it good, even in the gargantuan shopping malls that seem to be on most street corners. Somewhere in these shopping malls, there is…

Chung Kee Desert Shop Sham Shui Po – It’s Different!

Chung Kee is a crowd tempting desert peddler, famed for it’s concoctions of authentic Cantonese style deserts with some influences from the West. The format is a canteen style, communal table sharing affair with stools as seating and a brightly surroundings. There are multiple branches,…

Unmissable Dai Pai Dong In Sham Shui Po Hong Kong

Dai Pai Dong is all about the authentic wok tossed delights from the Hong Kong streets that anyone can afford. We came to Sham Shui Po, where they’re are still a cluster of dai pai dong to grab that authentic Cantonese food experience. It was…

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…

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…

Little Bao HK – It Was Worth The Wait!

After 3 years of waiting, I finally made it to May Chow’s Little Bao in the Central Part of Hong Kong. She is a modern pioneer of the culinary world by meshing together an American Diner style with a modern Asian twist. It doesn’t stop there…