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Lim Chee Guan Bak Kwa
Bak kwa is the sinful, delicious dried barbecued pork that Nanyang Chinese will consume without fail during Chinese New Year. Originating from the Fujian province in China, the first bak kwa shop in Singapore, Kim Hock Guan, set up its first outlet in 1905. The local version differs from its Fujian […]

Lim Chee Guan 林志源 – Bak Kwa


Selera Rasa Nasi Lemak 2
Selera Rasa Nasi Lemak is arguably the most famous nasi lemak stall in Singapore. Singapore’s Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong arranged for the nasi lemak from this stall to be served to Indonesian President Joko Widodo when he visited the Istana in November 2014. The Sultan of Brunei gets his […]

Selera Rasa Nasi Lemak


Black Sheep Cafe Foie Gras
Singapore is a culinary paradise. The hallmark of a city with very high gastronomic standards is the presence of multiple French restaurants of very high standards. The Black Sheep Cafe is one of those delicious French restaurants. We visited The Black Sheep Cafe on Christmas Day and we had the opportunity to try […]

The Black Sheep Cafe – French Cuisine



Sin Ming Roti Prata Coin Prata 1 2
Move over Jalan Kayu, Sin Ming Roti Prata has by far the highest ratings on HungryGoWhere for Roti Prata. It is not even close. They have a rating of 90+% with almost 50 votes. This is a remarkable rating to achieve for any cuisine and I have never ever been disappointed […]

Sin Ming Roti Prata – Coin Prata



Nahm Thai Kitchen Olive Fried Rice
Nangfa Thai Kitchen (formerly Nahm Thai Kitchen) is one of the newest names around in the Singaporean Thai cuisine scene. They are in the same spot as the previously famous Nakhon Kitchen (Bedok branch), with the same boss, the same staff and the same cook. For undisclosed reasons they have […]

Nangfa Thai Kitchen (formerly Nahm Thai Kitchen)




Jenny Bakery Biscuits
Jenny Bakery is an incredibly famous Hong Kong bakery specialising in butter cookies. They are so good that counterfeits and knock-offs can be found everywhere in Hong Kong. You have to queue for hours at their Hong Kong stores and they have expanded to China and Singapore. The outlets in […]

Jenny Bakery 珍妮曲奇 – Butter Cookies




Leitaria I Son - red bean milk pudding
  Leitaria I Son 義順牛奶公司 (also known as Yee Shun Milk Company) is a legendary steamed milk pudding establishment from Macau. They have branches everywhere including four outlets in Hong Kong. This foodie place is actually more than 150 years old. It opened its doors for the first time just […]

Leitaria I Son 義順牛奶公司 – Milk Pudding



O Santos Portuguese Restaurant Roast Suckling Pig
  O Santos Portuguese Restaurant was definitely not on our list of places to visit at  Taipa Village, Macau. However, when our intended lunch place was closed on the day of our visit, it was an easy decision. O Santos is the only comfortable air-conditioned restaurant in the area on a […]

O Santos Portuguese Restaurant – Suckling Pig



老點點心竹筒飯 mini hamburgers
  Lou Dim Dim Sum 老點點心竹筒飯 is, by international tourist standards, quite unknown. However, they also sport one of the highest ratings on OpenRice, with 117 thumbs up and 9 thumbs down. That kind of ratio is simply insane. As we did not have any Dim Sum places lined up […]

Lou Dim Dim Sum – 老點點心竹筒飯


Green Waffle Diner waffle
Green Waffle Diner @ Causeway Bay A visit to a bustling metropolis like Hong Kong is never complete without dropping by one of their hipster cafes. Given the limited time that we had, we selected one place and it was the Green Waffle Diner – because well, I love waffles. […]

Green Waffle Diner @ Causeway Bay


Tsui Wah food items
  Tsui Wah is the largest and most famous cha chaan teng chain in Hong Kong. They have 35 branches in Hong Kong, 2 branches in Macau and 22 branches in mainland China. They are so big that their holding company Tsui Holdings Limited is listed publicly on the Hong […]

Tsui Wah Restaurant 翠華餐廳



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