Hot Spots – High Street

Sai Ying Pun, particular the area from High Street down to First Street, is a great option for foodies, with an extensive and growing number of restaurants. High Street, for example, is home to restaurants offering such broad cuisine variety that many of the world’s most popular dishes can be found in one street. Click here for 7 of my top picks.   Continue reading Hot Spots – High Street

The future of fine dining

With an increasing global focus on eating sustainably and environmentally consciously, more diners are turning to alternative, and, in some cases, unusual, protein sources. This allows them to indulge and feel guilt-free about doing so. This is leading to more fine-dining chefs presenting creative dishes that showcase non-processed alternatives, from completely plant-based to more ‘meaty’ protein options, such as insects. To read more about the … Continue reading The future of fine dining

Hot Spots – Harbour City

As a dining destination, Harbour City in Tsim Sha Tsui has a lot of draw factors, including Michelin starred restaurants, celebrity chefs, overseas imports, cuisine variety and constant new openings. Click HotSpots_HarbourCity to read more about six of the best, plus a Canton Road favourite. Below image courtesy of Epure, cover image courtesy of Amelia. Continue reading Hot Spots – Harbour City

Michelin Chefs @ Home

At home since the coronavirus outbreak, many award-winning chefs such as Massimo Bottura, Jason Atherton, Eric Ripert and Giancarlo Perbellini  are using Instagram to highlight their culinary skills and also teach willing fans how to make simple dishes at home. To learn more and for an easy link to their Insta pages click here. Below photo from Massimo Bottura and cover image Jason Atherton.   Continue reading Michelin Chefs @ Home

Interview: Bonnae Gokson

Interviewing style icon, Bonnae Gokson, was a true pleasure. Passionate and creative, and with high attention to detail, she spoke about creating an ambience that resulted in the South China Morning Post’s 100 Top Tables 2020 Best Ambience award for Sevva. Running the venue like a five-star hotel – she has curated every single element, from the smallest to the largest. Click here to learn … Continue reading Interview: Bonnae Gokson

Dish Origin – Pavlova

Did Australia really plagiarise the pavlova recipe from New Zealand? Or does the beloved meringue-based dessert have its origins in royal Germanic kitchens? Find out what I discovered in this origin series article for South China Morning Post. Click here to read more. Spoiler alert below: this did not make it to the final article – New Research While we will have to wait until … Continue reading Dish Origin – Pavlova