Delicious Kitchen by Eat Well

For my office mate’s birthday we went to Robinson’s Galleria Veranda to see which restaurant to eat at. We decided on Delicious Kitchen for some Chinese food. The restaurant had these awful green accent lighting on the walls that gave my pictures a terrible green tinge. We ordered two bowls of wintermelon soup and hadContinue reading “Delicious Kitchen by Eat Well”

Fabulous Lunch at Wu Kong

Wu Kong is one of our favorite restaurants in Hong Kong. We eat there at least once per trip sometimes more. I can guarantee that whatever you order it will be good. No hit or miss in this restaurant.You can order this refreshing drink made with fresh pear and longan either hot or cold.pear &Continue reading “Fabulous Lunch at Wu Kong”

Dim Sum at Serenade Chinese Restaurant

A friend told me about Serenade Chinese Restaurant located at the Hong Kong Cultural Centre. Imagine I live a stone’s throw away and I never knew about it. Sure I’ve watched Mama Mia and Phantom of the Opera at the Hong Kong Cultural Centre but I didn’t know they had restaurants too. Just follow theContinue reading “Dim Sum at Serenade Chinese Restaurant”

Dinner at Tsui Wah Restaurant

I’m happy to introduce all my readers and future travelers to Hong Kong another ‘good and cheap’ restaurant in the heart of Tsim Sha Tsui. Tsui Wah Restaurant is located on Carnarvon st. right behind K11 mall. It’s just steps away from Nathan Road. It’s quite a spacious restaurant with two levels. Where’s the salt? TsuiContinue reading “Dinner at Tsui Wah Restaurant”

Empire City Roasted Duck

In Hong Kong there are more restaurants than you have days and stomachs to try them all. There are cuisines from around the world but naturally as a tourist you’d want to eat Chinese food. Filipinos have a penchant for Peking duck and I’ve discovered a restaurant in K11 mall that specializes in duck. AsContinue reading “Empire City Roasted Duck”

Lunch at Pak Loh Chiu Chow Restaurant

Pak Loh is another of my favorite restaurants in Hong Kong. What makes it different is they specialize in Chiu Chow cuisine instead of Cantonese cuisine which is widely available in Hong Kong. Chiuchow or Teochew cusisine (潮州菜) originates from the Chaoshan region of China in the north-easternmost area of the Guangdong province, which includesContinue reading “Lunch at Pak Loh Chiu Chow Restaurant”

Sarah’s Birthday at Summer Palace, Edsa Shangri-La Hotel

My friend Sarah is Japanese and she married our good family friend who’s Chinese. In the 16 years or so that she’s lived in Manila she managed to master the Chinese language both Fookien and Mandarin and a smattering of Filipino. I’m so ashamed that she speaks much, much better Chinese than me. For herContinue reading “Sarah’s Birthday at Summer Palace, Edsa Shangri-La Hotel”

Seafood Dinner at Taipei Hwashi Tourist Night Market

I have 3 cousins who live in Taipei and all are fluent in speaking, reading and writing in Chinese. How I envy them. For dinner we met with my cousin, Angie the oldest of 3 siblings. She took us to Taipei Hwashi Tourist Night Market for dinner.This night market was different from Raohe St. nightContinue reading “Seafood Dinner at Taipei Hwashi Tourist Night Market”

Silks Palace at The National Palace Museum

The business conference I attended hosted a welcome dinner at Silks Palace at National Palace Museum. The restaurant was housed in a beautiful 3 storey building. The 1st floor was a regular walk in restaurant. The second floor had bigger tables and private function rooms. We were on the 3rd floor for our private event.Continue reading “Silks Palace at The National Palace Museum”