Food – Hong Kong


Canton-i.... But Truly Malaysia Noodles

The usual man on the street will think twice before entering any restaurants Level 1 and above at Ion Orchard. “Check the price first!” While those below Level 1 are enjoying queue lines, the ones above are priced at the higher level as well. It was sheer curiosity that made me want to try out Canton-I, very chic east-meets west décor, and prices are a notch higher than Crystal Jade’s for the same kind of food. No queue, try lah. You can watch the chefs chop their roasted meat behind a glass room near the entrance, seated on white......

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Tong Shui Café - Shanghai Eclectic Pink

Tong Shui Café – Shanghai Eclectic Pink

Shocking pink and lime green walls – if ‘clash’ is the word, then clashed it shall be. With interiors said to be inspired by the Shanghai-French experience, Tong Shui is all out to make that difference. Raymond Khoo, Managing Director of Tong Shui says, “Whilst the recipes are all something that...

August 01, 2008
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Hong Kong Cafés - Which is the Best?

Hong Kong Cafés – Which is the Best?

Hong Kong Cafés here, there, and everywhere – they have proliferated in our country! We are not complaining. They provide us with hundreds of items of the menu. Nevermind if they are even authentic or Cantonese to begin with. From toasts, tim sums, tea-time snacks, baked rice, Nissin noodles and...

July 11, 2008
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