HK cuisine

How Chinese Food Shaped the City of Vancouver

“Chinese culture is very subtle,” says Robert ‘Bob’ Sung. “It’s all about symbolism.” That may be true, but there’s little subtlety to the slices of char siu we devour from a styrofoam tray in a corner of Chinatown. Hot and sweet cuts of pork from BBQ money and products are …

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Martín Carrasco, Executive Chef at Sunset Grill

Where do notable chefs and bartenders in Hong Kong’s F&B scene like to eat when they’re not cooking? What is their favorite homemade dish? cheat day go behind the scenes with the city’s cooks and tastemakers to find out exactly what their personal favorites are on their days off. For …

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Chef Sung Ahn creatively reinterprets traditional Korean cuisine at Mosu

Chef Sung Ahn doesn’t mind how you refer to his honest and deeply personal cooking at Mosu. Innovative. Fine-dinner. Modern. Creative. He just keeps two rules in mind: respect the ingredients and create some really good flavors. Sung Ahn humbly admits that he knows nothing about catering. At least, he …

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Taste authentic Kerala cuisine at these 7 places in Delhi, right away!

If a trip to Kerala is not on the cards right now, bring Kerala cuisine to your table in Delhi at these places. Unfortunately, South Indian cuisine often gets lost in the stereotype of idli, dosa and sambar in the capital. But if you’re a true foodie with an affinity …

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Shin’Labo combines Japanese cuisine with French cuisine, using local ingredients

We were treated to an omakase with Chef James Won at his latest swanky joint, Shin’Labo, located on the ground floor of downtown LaLaport Bukit Bintang, and here’s our review. Transcendental is the word that comes to mind when entering James Won’s Shin’Labo. As soon as you enter the restaurant, …

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SHHHBUUULEEE pays homage to the nostalgic flavors of East Asian cuisine

Enter SHHHBUUULEEE, the newest East Asian restobar at REX KL serving a delicious list of sake and natural wines, with small, compact plates that honor the nostalgic flavors of Asian cuisine. If you’ve ever zigzagged through the REX KL Multi-Stage Bookstore, chances are you’ll end up at the highest level …

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Michelin celebrates “resistant” French cuisine but calls for more women | Eat Drink

(Left to right) French chef Arnaud Donckele and French chef Dimitri Droisneau celebrate after receiving a third Michelin star during the 2022 edition of the Michelin guide awards ceremony. — AFP photo PARIS, March 23 — The Michelin Guide yesterday launched its 2022 edition, celebrating the resilience of the French …

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11 Parsi Restaurants in Mumbai You Must Visit for Authentic Iranian Cuisine

Here’s your guide to 11 of Mumbai’s best and most charming Parsi restaurants for authentic Iranian cuisine. In the 19th century, many Zoroastrian nationals who had fled Iran to avoid persecution began to settle in India, particularly in Mumbai. They became known as the Parsis. As a foodie community that …

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Signature Restaurant: A Gourmet Garden Featuring ‘Floral Cuisine’ – Prestige Online

Combining the natural beauty of flowers with the best of French cuisine, signature restaurant easily ranks as one of the most romantic date spots in town. Prestige stops to taste chef Thierry Drapeau’s intoxicating “floral cuisine” A gourmet garden of earthly delights at Signature Restaurant In the past, when you …

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Foodie Zone: Where to find vegan food in Bangkok 2022

If you are wondering where to find the best vegan food in Bangkok in 2022, this article is for you! With the popularity of veganism growing exponentially every year, more and more vegan restaurants are opening in Bangkok to meet the demand. These vibrant plant-based restaurants are bursting with plant-based …

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an update from Deo Gracias – Manila Bulletin

Chef Heny Sison and Cong. DV Savellano had high hopes when they opened the doors to their authentic Spanish restaurant Deo Gracias. Launched in October 2021, at 12 11th Jamboree St., QC, so much was still up in the air as to what kind of reception they would garner. Deo …

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Athletes love food, especially Chinese food

From authentic Chinese cuisine like red bean rolls and dumplings to typical Italian dishes of pasta and pizza, the Olympic Village dining facility caters to all athletes’ tastes, and they love it. Between competitions, athletes around the world use Tik-Tok to document what they eat inside the village, and they …

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Rosemead will make you fall in love with California cuisine

When the masterminds behind one of the best bars in the world (Jigger & Pony ranks ninth in the world’s top 50 and second in Asia’s top 50), people pay attention. On the Wednesday we arrived, just three weeks after opening, Rosemead was already teeming with a bustling crowd of …

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Mario Tolentino, Henry’s chef

Hong Kong has one of the most vibrant food scenes on the planet, filled with chefs and tastemakers galore. In our Cheat Day column, we spotlight some of the best players in the kitchen and behind the bar, diving into their personal favorites on their days off. At the very …

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Sebastian Lorenzi, chef at Arcane

Hong Kong has one of the most vibrant food scenes on the planet, filled with chefs and tastemakers galore. In our Cheat Day column, we spotlight some of the best players in the kitchen and behind the bar, diving into their personal favorites on their days off. The sleek and …

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Damian D’Silva’s Rempapa is a celebration of local heritage cuisine

The “grandfather of heritage cuisine,” chef Damian D’Silva, is back, this time with an all-day dining restaurant, Rempapa. The casual joint, located in the Park Place Residences in the Paya Lebar district, is markedly different from the more upscale (now defunct) Kin restaurant than it once was at first glance. …

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Food vendors are banking on pre-cooked cuisine to win the turf war

Freshippo, the fresh produce chain of the Alibaba Group, has introduced a horde of meals to celebrate tradition at home while indulging in expertly prepared gourmet dishes. [Photo/Chinanews.com] Preparing a festive feast is extremely symbolic for the Chinese to ring in the Lunar New Year. With two weeks to go …

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South African Indigenous Cuisine – TravelMole

Restaurant eKasi Culture 4 rooms After appearing on MasterChef South Africa in 2014, Abigail Mbalo launched a food truck before opening eKasi cultivation 4 pieces, a restaurant in Cape Town’s Khayelitsha township. The restaurant serves classic South African dishes with a modern gourmet twist and sees diners sit together at …

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Bringing cooks and foodies together to make Filipino cuisine shine

Spanning 25 years of excellence in professional culinary education, CCA Manila celebrated its silver anniversary by showcasing the talents of Filipino chefs through a series of insightful webinars that showcased Filipino gastronomy, heritage and food. . Culinary industry pioneer, CCA Manila (www.cca-manila.edu.ph) continually nurtures its students by …

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Kung food! HK Grandmasters of Cuisine on S’pore TV Tonight – New Discovery Channel Show

Singapore – Discovery Channel Presents Its All New Kung Food Show! The Grand Masters of Hong Kong Cuisine will take Singaporean and Malaysian audiences on a tantalizing journey to Hong Kong’s culinary paradise. The show unveils the complex and unique relationship of Hong Kong’s effervescent culinary landscape through the eyes …

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The sky’s the limit for Hong Kong cuisine in the Philippines – Manila Bulletin

FOOT FETISH Chicken Feet A chef friend once told me, “If you think about it, most foreign cuisines only have a handful of popular dishes that really stand out.” Images of food from other countries came to my mind, especially Thai food like tom yum, pad thai, pandan chicken, bagoong …

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Exotic tastes a delight in Chinese cuisine

A woman reads a KFC menu in Beijing on October 14 as KFC offers fried noodles with sauce in the city. [Photo by Wang Yunfeng/For China Daily] BEIJING — A Beijing fried sauce noodle platter, served with fried chicken nuggets and french fries in downtown Beijing, has raised eyebrows. “It’s …

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Celebrating “the evolution of Filipino cuisine”

“The world’s first global city” was neither in Europe nor in the Americas. According to British music historian David Irving, Manila in the 17th and 18th centuries could very well have carried this title. Participants in the virtual celebration of “the evolution of Filipino cuisine with Quiapo à la carte”. …

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Taste Middle Eastern Cuisine at Cedars of Lebanon in Greenbelt

Karim Kmaiha has been serving Lebanese cuisine in Greenbelt for 14 years, but a twist of fate led him to create his own restaurant. After running the New Deal Cafe as an entrepreneur for nine years, he and his wife, Maria Almeida, learned that their contract would not be renewed …

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Potong takes progressive Thai-Chinese cuisine to the next level

Promoting itself as the first restaurant in Bangkok to serve a progressive degustation menu from a Thai-Chinese chef, Potong quickly became the most talked about restaurant in the city. Prestige stop for an unforgettable multisensory dining experience with celebrity chef Pichaya “Pam” Utharntharm The incredibly narrow entrance on Vanich Road …

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Incorporating ICH into cooking: Mutton slices in Donglaishun

Nothing better to soothe a winter cold than a hotpot hotpot dinner. According to the theories of traditional Chinese medicine, mutton has a therapeutic effect, which warms the body and makes it an ideal food for cold days. With these two things in mind, your best winter dining option might …

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The 10 best European addresses for vegetarian cuisine

The best European destinations for dining out might not be the ones that come to mind, at least if you’re looking for vegetarian cuisine. If you’re a vegetarian, you might want to plan a visit to Belgrade, Serbia, where animal-free food options take center stage. And that’s not the only …

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Top 10 vegetarian restaurants in Europe

The best European destinations for dining out might not be the ones that come to mind first, at least if you’re after vegetarian cuisine. If you’re a vegetarian, you might want to plan a visit to Belgrade, Serbia, where animal-free food options take the top spot. And this is not …

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Chinese cuisine is gaining popularity in Ethiopia

Chef Yang Yi works in the kitchen of a restaurant named “Xinjiang Restaurant Zhua Fun” in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, Oct. 11, 2021. (Photo: Xinhua) Wang Xianjun enjoys Chinese noodles at a restaurant named “Xinjiang Restaurant Zhua Fun” in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, Oct. 11, 2021. (Photo: Xinhua) Hermela Fanna eats a …

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Russell Crowe tastes Jay Fai’s cooking

Russell Crowe tastes Jay Fai’s cooking published on: Oct 21, 2021 at 1:19 PM Jay Fai poses with Russell Crowe at his grocery store, in a photo posted to his Instagram account on Wednesday evening. (Photo: jayfaibangkok Instagram) Oscar winner Russell Crowe has finally met the Michelin star winner, in …

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World Sichuan Cuisine Conference 2021 in Chengdu

Chefs prepare dishes during a Sichuan cooking skills competition in Chengdu, capital of southwest China’s Sichuan Province, Oct. 18, 2021. The World Sichuan Cuisine Conference 2021 kicked off Monday in Pidu District of Chengdu City, during which chefs demonstrate the trending culinary skills of Sichuan cuisines. (Photo: Xinhua) Chefs prepare …

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Best of Phoenix 2021: Best European Restaurants and Cuisine

You don’t have to cross the ocean to enjoy the many flavors of Europe. The valley has German and Irish pubs where you can catch a game and wonderful delis where you can score your favorite piece of meat or slice of cheese. For fine dining, there’s everything from classic …

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Kikkoman, Japanese cuisine made with soy sauce, popular with people all over the world

Kikkoman, a Japanese soy sauce, is a universal seasoning. Naturally brewed soy sauce is not only used in Japanese cuisine, but is popular in many countries around the world. Founded in 1917, Kikkoman Corporation is based in Noda City, Chiba Prefecture, Japan. It produces soy sauce and other food seasonings …

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The Chairman in Hong Kong is the only Chinese cuisine restaurant to win a place in the World’s 50 Best Restaurants Awards 2021

HONG KONG – (COMMERCIAL THREAD) – The Chairman, a Cantonese restaurant in Central renowned for its authentic, ingredient-based cuisine, took 10th place in the 2021 World’s 50 Best Restaurants Awards. New to this year’s top ten, the Chairman also was the recipient of the highest climber award, having gained an …

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US startup aims to transform pet cooking with lab-made food | Life

An American start-up hopes to remake the pet food industry by cultivating lab-grown meat. — AFP photo BOULDER, Sept. 19 — Cloudy liquid bubbling in glass tubes is key to an American startup’s hopes of remaking the pet food industry by growing nutritional meals in a lab. Most pet foods …

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Michael Smith, chef at Moxie

Hong Kong has one of the most vibrant food scenes on the planet, filled with cooks and taste makers galore. In our Cheat Day column, we spotlight some of the best players in the kitchen and behind the bar, delving into their personal favorites on their days off. Michael Smith …

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What is Nouvelle Cuisine and is it still relevant today?

Consider this French Fine Dining 101. In the outpouring of tributes to the late Pierre Troisgros last year, the legendary French chef was hailed as one of the pioneers of ‘nouvelle cuisine’, a movement that sought to create lighter versions of classic French dishes. with an emphasis on fresh ingredients …

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Even in the rarefied world of French cuisine, you must Inst

Jean Imbert (left) and former Miss France Alexandra Rosenfeld Photo: AFP It was a shock wave in the world of French cuisine. Jean Imbert, best known for winning a reality TV show and dating stars, has replaced the world’s most decorated chef, Alain Ducasse, at one of Paris’ top restaurants. …

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A taste of comfort food from Japan at Grill Tajimaya

Hong Kong’s love for Japan and its cuisine knows no bounds, and for many of us it takes comfort to know that we can enjoy great Japanese food right here in this city. That convenience also comes in the form of Japanese wellness foods, including Japanese-style grilled Hamburg steak, which …

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Mario Paecke, chef at Margo

Hong Kong has one of the most vibrant food scenes on the planet, filled with cooks and taste makers galore. In our Cheat Day column, we spotlight some of the best players in the kitchen and behind the bar, delving into their personal favorites on their days off. This week …

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Cantonese cuisine, a recipe for prosperity

For Tibetan Dadron, Cantonese cuisine in Guangdong Province is not only about food and ingredients, but also a path to future fortune. “I want to start a business by opening a bakery after completing Cantonese cooking training,” said the 23-year-old. Dadron, along with 14 other interns from Nyingchi in the …

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Redefining local Hong Kong cuisine

Lee Lo Mei’s retro interiors [Photo by Xu Liang Leon/China Daily] Lee Lo Mei taps into nostalgia and reinvents old Hong Kong favorites. Hong Kong is a city like no other. On the gastronomic side, it is a digest of gourmet delicacies that flourish in its dazzling modernity while proudly …

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K-cuisine for the soul – Chinadaily.com.cn

Get your dietary devotion with contemporary Korean temple food from Soil to Soul. Executive Chef Gu Jin Kwang. [Photo provided to China Daily] If you enjoy fine vegetarian cuisine in the form of lovingly created Korean dishes, then K11 Musea’s Soil to Soul Restaurant in Tsim Sha Tsui East is …

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VEA’s Vicky Cheng on her Sino-French cuisine

Defending his unique Sino-French cuisine at the one Michelin star VEA restaurant, chef and co-owner Vicky Cheng is considered one of Hong Kong’s most creative culinary minds. He tells us how this improbable marriage of two different traditions was born. For some reason, unbeknownst to me, the forbidden F word …

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Castellana presents two new seasonal menus to celebrate Piedmontese cuisine

Castellana in Causeway Bay is known for serving top-notch Piedmontese cuisine using the finest authentic ingredients from the Italian region. This summer, the restaurant is offering two new seasonal menus that further celebrate this part of the avant-garde culinary world. The two new menus are the creation of chef Fabio …

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Miss Lee’s Healthy and Satisfying View of Cantonese Cuisine

Perched around the corner of Wellington Street in Sheung Wan is Miss Lee, a Chinese restaurant keen to disrupt the generally meat-rich Cantonese cuisine in Hong Kong with health-conscious plant-based alternatives that don’t compromise on quality or flavor. taste. Miss Lee is the third “Lee” restaurant to join the ZS …

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Celebrity Kitchen, Hong Kong

Celebrity Cuisine is a Cantonese Chinese restaurant with one Michelin star in Hong Kong. He’s been ping-pong between one and two stars for years. 1 Michelin star restaurant (2010, 2017-20), 2 Michelin star restaurant (2011-2016) We were looking for an easy day in line reservation for lunch after a disappointing …

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How Asian chefs are reinventing traditional Cantonese cuisine

With its deep-rooted traditions and centuries-old history, Cantonese cuisine does not seem like a cuisine easily susceptible to being reinvented or blowing away modern culinary fantasies. Yet, artfully and skillfully, some of the most talented chefs in Asian Chinese restaurants are reinventing Cantonese classics for today’s palate, whether it’s incorporating …

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The Hungry Lawyer: Nectar, for high-end vegetable cuisine

I read a recent food review in the South China Morning Post ask if a US$215 afternoon tea at the new Artisan’s Lounge in Tsim Sha Tsui is what Hong Kong really needs right now. That’s a good question, but a better question might be whether such a tea set …

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Forged in friendship, Kinship offers world-inspired, fresh farm cuisine

In a city that could always use more affordable dining options, a casual new restaurant is set to become SoHo’s most popular neighborhood dining destination this summer, led by two of the city’s hard-working chefs. Recently opened on Shelley Street, Kinship is a joint venture of Chris Grare and Arron …

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“Mama Sita” Heiresses Hope to Make PH Food Great in Hong Kong

Taste Library Curator Andy Lai (left) receives cookbooks donated by the Mama Sita Foundation, represented by Teresita ‘Mama Sita’ Reyes’ granddaughter, Cecile Pacheco-Morais (second from right) and Philippine Consul Robert Quintin (right) at PMQ, Central, Hong Kong on Wednesday. MANILA – In a city widely known for being a melting …

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PIIN wine restaurant debuts with fine Cantonese cuisine and over 2,000 wines

Imagine that you could have access to over 2,000 rare wines and Burgundies all in one place in Hong Kong. Then imagine enjoying a selection by the glass in an elegant setting, paired with creative Cantonese cuisine. Well you no longer need to imagine, because everything awaits you on the …

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Savor exquisite regional Chinese cuisine at the newly opened Moon Lok Chinese Restaurant

Located in the new Xiqu Center in West Kowloon, Moon Lok evokes the atmosphere of a Chinese garden Hong Kong – Housed in the brand new Xiqu Center which features high caliber Chinese opera in a contemporary style building, Moon Lok Chinese Restaurant is the first catering establishment to open …

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Sample rare whiskeys with Michelin-starred cuisine at Johnnie Walker Blue Label Bothy

The award-winning Johnnie Walker Blue Label is a perfectly balanced combination of some of the rarest whiskeys from around the world. Scotland. After all, he was crowned gold at the International Spirits Challenge 2018 and gold at the Scotch Whiskey Masters 2018. For the first time in Hong Kong from …

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Review: Daarukhana updates Indian cuisine with familiar flavors in a new format

Daarukhana prides itself on a humble wine list, with plenty of wine-by-the-glass options to choose from. Guests can indulge in tropical-themed cocktails, such as the Palace On Wheels, where Bacardi rum is blended with pineapple and chilli, flavored with honey infused with Rajasthani chilli. The cocktail can be fiery at …

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Hotal Colombo opens its doors, bringing Sri Lankan cuisine to Soho

This quirkiness is also reflected in the tropical dining room, where pastel blues and pinks brighten up the narrow strip of a dining establishment. Chef Gisela Alesbrook, originally from Sri Lanka, takes the reins of this 40-seat restaurant, with passion and the desire to share the cuisine of her native …

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Ronin Japanese Cuisine (Wanchai) Reopening with Facelfit

Hong Kong’s contemporary Japanese Tabehoudai (all you can eat) buffet RONIN JAPANESE CUISINE (WANCHAI) celebrates a new facelift by introducing enriched lunch and dinner menus featuring the freshest ingredients and seafood . The restaurant’s quality Tabehoudai dinner, to be enjoyed in a unique way and without time limit from 6:30 …

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Celebrity Hong Kong chef Hugo Leung talks about walled village cuisine during his visit to Vancouver

Hugo Man-To Leung can walk down an Asian street and unwittingly order every camera on his smartphone to point his way. Its presence does not go unnoticed, especially for gourmets. Identified as the “food god” and affectionately known as Toto in the Hong Kong culinary world, the celebrity chef, cookbook …

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Old Bailey: high-end Jiangnan cuisine arrives at Tai Kwun Center

that of Hong Kong Tai Kwun Center, recently born again as an artistic hub, has just announced its next grand opening in the historic building: Old Bailey, an upscale Chinese restaurant. It will specialize in regional flavors from Chinese cities south of the Yangtze River, including Shanghai, Nanjing, Wuxi, Yangzhou, …

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Alvin Leung brings his Cantonese X-treme cuisine to the Summer Palace

“Molecular cuisine is not a style. Any fool can freeze something with liquid nitrogen. It’s just one biting adage that Alvin Leung, the infamous ‘demonic chef’ and owner of the three Michelin star restaurant Bo Innovation, serves one of its potential detractors. Ahead of his first foray into Singapore’s burgeoning …

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German cuisine: it’s not just pork and sausages

Gourmets can enjoy German cuisine, especially German-Austrian-Swiss cuisine from Bodensee (Lake Constance) at Bodensee Kitchen. [Photo provided to China Daily] A man who taught the Chinese how to enjoy bread puts more food on the table “Marriage is like going to a restaurant: you always think you’ve chosen the best …

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Opening with a bang: FUMI brings authentic and modern Japanese cuisine to Central

FUMI’s grand opening kicked off with a bang last week, as guests were treated to the new venue’s authentic modern Japanese cuisine for the first time, accompanied by some sweet treats and drumbeats. Waitresses dressed in traditional colorful kimonos greeted guests with glasses of wine, sake and canapes of sushi, …

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Hong Kong Cuisine: How to Eat and Drink Like a Local in Hong Kong

It’s 7 a.m. on weekdays, but the U-Banquet in Wan Chai, Hong Kong’s former red light district that’s now gaining a reputation for low-key restaurants and bars, is already full. The huge 300-seat banquet hall serves as a brilliant evening wedding venue, but each morning it makes a quick spin …

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The best Indian food in Hong Kong

With over 15,000 restaurants, visitors or locals to Hong Kong will never run out of places to eat, with every type of food imaginable on offer, from Ethiopian to Finnish, Peruvian to Turkish. A cuisine that has long been popular in Hong Kong is Indian, thanks to long trade and …

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Asian Fusion Cafe brings Hong Kong-style cuisine to Tempe

When a new spot opens in town, we can’t wait to find out – and let you know our first impressions, share some photos, and tell you about some menu items. First Taste, as the name suggests, is not a full review, but rather a look at restaurants that have …

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Hello Kitty Chinese Cuisine: Hong Kong Dim Sum

Editor’s Note – This story complements the Culinary Journeys television series, which airs monthly on CNN International. See more of the show here: www.cnn.com/journeys. Share photos from your own culinary journeys on Instagram with the hashtag #CNNFood for a chance to be featured on CNN. (CNN) – Some disclaimers and …

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