Fu Lu Shou

When I took a bite of the sesame prawn toast at Fu Lu Shou I was immediately transported to eating Chinese takeaway as a child, this snack of prawn paste and toast a treasured favourite. So many memories came flooding back with just that one dish, it was surprising. It is that nostalgia experience that is the draw for many of the regulars of this casual eatery and rooftop bar.


This article I wrote for South China Morning Post, Original Spin, delves deeper into the story behind the surprising success of this restaurant.


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