Overseas – Hong Kong


Flippers Hong Kong – Famous Kiseki Soufflé Pancakes From Japan, Found At Causeway Bay

Originally from Tokyo, the famous Flipper’s Kiseki pancakes at Hysan Place, Causeway Bay is causing a really long queue. The truth is that Soufflé pancakes have been quite popular in Hong Kong for the last couple of years, but the arrival of this Japanese franchise was definitely a game changer that brought something new and interesting to the Hong Kong pancake scene. To be honest, I wasn’t really intending to eat these pancakes, but was only enticed by the aroma of buttery batter and maple syrup, while taking an escalator up to Eslite Bookstore. The queue is......

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Tian Tian Plus – Singapore’s Most Famous Chicken Rice Shop Opens At Hong Kong Causeway Bay. Here Is The Verdict

Tian Tian Plus – Singapore’s Most Famous Chicken Rice Shop Opens At Hong Kong Causeway Bay. Here Is The Verdict

Many Singaporeans are no stranger to Tian Tian Chicken Rice at Maxwell Food Centre – the delicious smelling hawker stall in Maxwell Food Centre with that snaking queue after both Anthony Bourdain and Gordan Ramsay ordained this stall and Michelin-fame found them. What surprised me though, was...

May 23, 2018
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Hoi On Cafe 海安咖啡室 – Nostalgic Bing Sutt Cafe In Sheung Wan, One Of "The 38 Essential Hong Kong Restaurants" To Visit

Hoi On Cafe 海安咖啡室 – Nostalgic Bing Sutt Cafe In Sheung Wan, One Of “The 38 Essential Hong Kong Restaurants” To Visit

In Hong Kong, there is no lack of Cha Chaan Teng (Hong Kong-style cafés) but the predecessor version of a place for a light meal known as “Bing Sutt” is a diminishing trade. Literally translated as “ice room”, these are traditional cold drinking houses found between the...

May 16, 2018
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