Life / Food Reviews

Hunan charmer in Shanghai

[2012-08-04 07:45]

This is a charming little restaurant sitting quietly on Wuyuan Road of Xuhui district, so laid-back that pedestrians may walk right past it without any notice.

Authentic Cantonese roasts travel north

[2012-07-30 13:08]

Cantonese cuisine is world-renowned. If you are looking for a convenient, comfortable place to have a try, Hengshan Cafe is a good choice.

Buon appetito, with style aplenty

[2012-07-30 11:05]

A new Italian restaurant, Mercato, has recently opened at Three On the Bund.

It's High Tide

[2012-07-30 10:18]

Lantau Island is a popular holiday destination for Hong Kong people on staycations with its sun, sand and surf.

The dreamy taste of sour bamboo shoots

[2012-07-24 13:35]

Chen Wei's dream of opening a restaurant chain in Beijing featuring a specialty from his hometown, Liuzhou, is coming true.

Try the grill and a drink at Sakesan

[2012-07-23 15:14]

More Chinese are now familiar with Japanese food. If previously Chinese only knew sashimi or sushi, many are now also fans of teriyaki and robatayaki.

Sense of herring

[2012-07-23 15:08]

The herring season has just ended in Scheveningen, a coastal city in the Netherlands. But it's not too late to sample some of the creamy-textured fish.

A return to the past produces fresh surprises

[2012-07-22 09:58]

Unkai at the Hong Kong Sheraton was creating a lot of buzz with its chic business lunches and seasonal kaiseki dinners.

Spoiled for choice in Macao

[2012-07-16 15:11]

The Mezza9 restaurant at the Grand Hyatt Macao was modeled after the award-winning original at the Grand Hyatt in Singapore.

A right royal restaurant

[2012-07-15 08:57]

Empresses and royalty used to dine in the Summer Palace, an extravagant park built for the sole amusement of the last rulers of the Qing Dynasty.

Seafood in Singapore

[2012-07-09 15:10]

Pauline D. Loh relives the chili crab memories of her island home at Jumbo Seafood Restaurant in Singapore.

Southern celebrity

[2012-07-07 07:52]

Two white stone lions guard the entrance, and red ribbons tied around their necks announce that Sung Tung Lok is officially ready for visitors, finally.

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