Established in 1942, Yung Kee is an integral part of Hong Kong’s heritage and culinary landscape and has become an illustrious dining destination for residents and tourists alike. Situated in the heart of Hong Kong Island’s Central District, the iconic Yung Kee Building offers casual and formal dining, serving preserved family recipes for charcoal-grilled barbecue…
I am a frequent visitor of Hong Kong – my favourite city in the world. And whenever I visit, I would not include hotel breakfast because I know where I would be going for breakfast.
Another restaurant in the series – Xi He Yayuan – located at our Shanghai office on the 6th floor of Raffles City Changning.
This place has become our canteen in Shenzhen. Very good food at a reasonable price.
Hakkasan opened in London and very soon got their first Michelin star. Shanghai followed suit and they got their star as well.
Another branch of the franchise Tsui Wah from Hong Kong in Raffle City Changning, Shanghai. Doing nothing more than just completing the records for all the eateries in my Shanghai office.
This was one of the controversial Michelin 1* restaurant in Shanghai. Like Liao Fan Hong Kong Soya Sauce Chicken, Madam Goose offered very simple roast goose.
Shenzhen is like the Silicon Valley these days. It is filled with high tech companies and start-up trying to bring the latest innovations to the world. In the process, hopefully, the founders become the next billionaire. Thankfully amidst these hustle and bustle, some things never change
Hong Kong is the de facto food capital of the world and when they introduced Michelin stars in Hong Kong and Macau, many critics were up in arms. How do you grade an outlet like Joy Hing?
One of only three places in Singapore that served good Peking ducks – Min Jiang at Rochester Park, Prima Revolving Restaurant and now the latest Crystal Jade Golden Palace.