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[Hong Kong] Pang's Kitchen 彭慶記*

A little background:  Anyone living in Happy Valley will be familiar with Pang’s Kitchen as it has been packing them in since it opened back in 2001. 327 more words

Hong Kong

Hakkasan - New York

I spent part of last weekend in Manhattan, New York; one of my absolute favorite cities! I attended the PhotoPlus Expo for photographers along with other creatives at the Javitz Convention Center and was re-inspired to continue honing my craft. 313 more words


Hop Lung

  • Name: Hop Lung ?? 合隆麵家魚蛋大王
  • Cuisine: Hong Kong noodles
    • Soup base
      • Sour and spicy
      • “Vietnamese”
    • Heaviness
      • Light
    • Noodles (choice)
      • Rice noodles
        • Thin or thick
      • Egg noodles …
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Restaurant Review

Li Feng Mandarin Oriental Thamrin Jakarta

September 24th, 2016. There’s a new restaurant in Mandarin Oriental Hotel. It’s serving authentic, lavish Cantonese cuisine in an ethereal, classic and culturally rich space. The restaurant offers exquisite culinary delights where every dish is masterfully crafted to bring guests warm and visually stunning delicacies with a surprising modern twist. 1,298 more words

Food And Beverage

Dining Hotspot - TST East

Tsim Sha Tsui East is an increasingly popular dining choice, thanks in part to the variety of restaurant choices. Another reason, is the al fresco dining (and harbour views) that many restaurants offer. 38 more words

Published Articles

An Atlantan In New York: Dim Sum Search, Part 1

Golden Unicorn: Chinatown, Manhattan, NY, NY, USA

I want to try and find some of the best dim sum places in New York city while I am here.   726 more words

The Gastronome

Chinese Barbecue Pork Belly (Char Siu/Cha Shao)

“Char Siu” literally means Chinese roasted pork or BBQ pork.  It is a very popular dish in Guang Dong Province, like Hong Kong and Macao.  “Char Siu” is a Cantonese dish.  282 more words