Tag Archive: food

Cerberus Beach House – A Legendary Visit

My travel log in a foreign place is not punctuated by stops for great food. But rather, often the cuisine is the focus, and my travel adventures revolve around the place where I… Continue reading

7 Things You Must Do in Melbourne

Melbourne, Victoria, is beautiful, vibrant and clean. The city itself and its surrounding areas never fail to disappoint any traveller – from the bustling shopping district along Collins Street and Bourke Street, to… Continue reading

Aurora

An Italian Delight Aurora is located on the 10th floor of Altira, a five-star luxury hotel in Macau, the capital of casinos in Southeast Asia. The restaurant has panoramic views over the shores… Continue reading

A Chinese Dinner in Style

As the sun was setting in Macau, we head off from the old Cotai district (where we strolled around the pond with elegant lotus flowers) back to the main peninsula. Dazzling lights of… Continue reading

Chez Bruce

One of the culinary highlights of our London trip was the lunch at Chez Bruce, a Michelin 1 star restaurant situated in the suburb of Wandsworth Common. After painstakingly mapping out our way… Continue reading

Breakfast in London

Dean Street Townhouse We ventured into the Soho district on an early Sunday morning. Destination: an exquisitely British dining room called the Dean Street Townhouse. The Townhouse itself is a hotel with 39… Continue reading

Bridge in Heaven

Cherry Blossom Trip Part 4 See previous posts: Cherry Blossoms in Kyoto, Scenery by the Moon Crossing River & Japanese capital of food in Osaka Overlooking the Miyazu Bay in the northern suburbs… Continue reading

Dotonbori in Osaka – Eaters’ Paradise

Cherry Blossoms Trip Part 3 This is a break from the “Cherry Blossoms Trip” series, which previously featured the Hanami festival in Kyoto and the scenery at Arashiyama. I have never been to… Continue reading

Pizza Express

Pizza Express specializes in pizza and pasta and has a few shops in Hong Kong. It is our favorite place to go to for pizzas. We used to like Parma best, and as its… Continue reading

Authentic Japanese

Genki Ippai Farmhouse Style Restaurant Never mind the funny name. Personally, this is one of the best places in Hong Kong offering authentic Japanese cuisine. Because it is run by Japanese people and… Continue reading

8½ Otto e Mezzo “Bombana”

Introduction To celebrate Black Bear’s birthday, we went to 81/2 Otto e Mezzo Bombana for dinner. I had planned this dinner a while ago ever since this restaurant was embellished with three Michelin… Continue reading

La Kaffa Cafe

   Black bear got off work at 8am after a tiring 24 hour shift, and White bear had a hard earned day off; so we decided to kick off our day with a… Continue reading

Harlan’s

Harlan’s offers exquisite Italian cuisine and breathtaking views of the magnificent Hong Kong harbor. The scenery of the Hong Kong skyline is even more spectacular at night as viewed from the lofty 19th… Continue reading

Fastfood Frenzy

After a busy day at work we decided to have our dinner at a food court with a variety of fast food choices. The food was better than we expected! The shrimp burger… Continue reading

Contax G28

I recently bought this lens from a second hand shop. The price of the Contax G lenses are rising due to the popularity of the mirrorless systems which offer a digital body to… Continue reading

Tonkichi Tonkatsu

Tonkatsu (豚カツ, pork cutlet) is Japanese styled deep fried pork cutlet and this style of Japanese cuisine is increasingly popular in town. Tonkichi is a famous restaurant serving tonkatsu and other variations including deep fried… Continue reading

Dondonya

   Dondonya is a Japanese restaurant specializing in donburi (a Japanese rice bowl dish with assorted meats and vegetables), but it also serves curry, tempura and sashimi. It was our second time here… Continue reading

Bologne

Bologne is a new Japanese style Western restaurant that is quite popular in town. We frequented the restaurant on more than one occasion and were pleasantly surprised by the variety of dessert and… Continue reading

Fleur de Sel

Fleur de Sel is an exquisite French creperie serving authentic buckwheat crepes in Causeway Bay. The words “Fleur de Sel” literally mean “flower of salt”, which is the hand-harvested top layer of salt… Continue reading

Cuisine

An assortment of Chinese cuisine in Guangzhou, China. It is supposed to be a capital for good food! Out of the following, the BBQ pork is the best. Pictures taken with the Voigtlander… Continue reading