Switzerland – three views

Unexpected art, sybaritic artisans and a unique cultural history: my impressions of a tour through Zurich, Lausanne and Neuchâtel as written for Prestige Hong Kong. Not all content submitted makes it to the final version, such as – One of the best restaurants for modern art on the plate is Baur au Lac‘s stunning restaurant, Pavillion, with its star-architect designed glass rotunda that draws in … Continue reading Switzerland – three views

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. In an article published in the September issue of SCMP’s Good Eating guide, I highlight seven options. Homepage image courtesy of Angelini  Continue reading Dining Hotspot – TST East

Dining Hotspot – Lai Chi Kok

When asked to do a review of restaurants in Lai Chi Kok for South China Morning Post, I was skeptical, it was not an area known for its dining, but as it turned out this is changing. There are seven restaurants included in the article, Industrial Revolution from the Good Eating guide, covering a range of cuisines. The one that stands out the most for me was the … Continue reading Dining Hotspot – Lai Chi Kok

Whisk, a review

It has taken me some time to complete this review of the Voyage menu being served at contemporary European restaurant Whisk. Partly because of other deadlines and partly because it was a challenging meal that takes the diner on a journey through Scotland, Germany, Italy, Spain, Norway, England and France. Challenging in the sense that the dishes were complex, with numerous ingredients on a plate … Continue reading Whisk, a review