Life / Food Reviews

The Portugal Food Festival in Vasco's

[2010-08-10 09:56]

It is rare to be offered a dinner buffet of any magnitude, and even rarer to be offered one of gastronomic proportions.

A taste of Tuscany

[2010-08-09 10:52]

Hong KongTuscany means good food, fine wine and great company. Donna Mah experiences deja vu in a Hong Kong steakhouse.

Follow your nose

[2010-08-09 10:49]

It's the aroma that entices when you walk into Prego in Beijing. Ye Jun sniffs out the best of Italian dining.

Pizza pizzaz

[2010-08-09 10:48]

Among Shanghai's many pizza joints is one that stands out. Wang Hongyi tells you where to go.

A jewel in the Dutch crown

[2010-08-06 09:44]

Restaurant offers typical Dutch fare with a hint of Chinese, Shi Yingying reports.

Big toys for big boys

[2010-08-02 10:00]

Shanghai In China for business and forgot to bring your golf clubs and pool cues? Don't fret, Shi Yingying tells you how to scratch that itch.

Lu cuisine samplers

[2010-08-02 10:00]

BeijingLu cai or Lu cuisine is the first formal cooking style recognized in China, and northern Chinese food is mainly inspired by it.

Soup of the day

[2010-07-30 10:48]

Gazpacho is a regional soup with international appeal, Shi Yingying reports.

Frozen snacks beat the city's 'sauna day'

[2010-07-30 10:39]

Five icy treats to help Beijingers get through the scorching summer, Eileen Wen Mooney reports.

Lotus in Moonlight

[2010-07-28 14:24]

If there was such a thing as hip nouveau Buddhist cuisine then Lotus in Moonlight would be it!

Giovanni's (Sheraton Shanghai Hongqiao Hotel)

[2010-07-28 14:24]

During this wet and humid season, there may be few compelling reasons to venture out from the comfort of ones air-conditioned residence.

Funky fungi

[2010-07-24 11:49]

Yunnan province in Southwest China produces probably the world's biggest variety of mushrooms and July is one of the best months to enjoy them. Ye Jun reports

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