Barbecue Pluma Iberico Pork, Yellow Mountain Honey. The name’s already a mouthful. Wait till you taste it.
For grilled meat lovers out there, this one’s for you.
I’m leaving out the usual chili crabs and cereal prawns. Those are basic.
If you’re already tired of the usual tonkotsu ramen, Paradise Dynasty’s new shrimp ramen concept is so good, you’d want to swap your classics with something else.
At Flushings in Queens, you can eat black bean pudding, roast duck, and eat the softest dumplings for below 30 bucks.
If you’re lost in translation in Chinatown, here is your survivor list for the hungry stomach.
Here’s one of Hong Kong’s best Roast Goose to try
Does Xian’s famous noodles meet the highest level in my spice meter?
Paradise Dynasty opens its first branch in Manila. Take a look at its signature Xiao Long Bao’s and hand-pulled noodles.
Regardless of race, color, origin, nationality, ethnicity, or religion, the movement of food shows how progressive we are today.
I’ve been in NYC for a while and nothing feels better than this home in a bowl.
If you want westernized Chinese food, Lung Shan creates that temporary oriental cuisine to satisfy your cravings.
Who’s ready for another food trip in Banawe? To miss this list is to make a big MISSED STEAK.
Oh San Francisco, the land of food trucks – most especially, The Chairman. Have some respect for San Francisco Magazine’s #1 Food Truck in the City!
Like Koreatown, the restaurants at Alhambra and Monterey Park are built around its growing Asian community. Sam Woo’s restaurant chain banks on Hong Kong immigrants finding comfort in Cantonese cuisine that they are familiar with.
From Arcadia, to Irvine, Rowland Heights, Monterey Park to Garden Grove and even all the way to Las Vegas, Nevada, Capital Seafood Restaurant is one of those popular to-go dimsum restaurants with long, long lines due to Los Angeles’ growing Asian community
Walking along the empty facade of Atlantic Square with little shoppers makes you wonder where people have gone. And you’ll figure out, everyone else is running towards the direction of this relatively new dimsum restaurant. Before you know it, you’re given the number stub. #59. 58 customers to go.
Not every stall at Hole in the Wall sparks the interest of the majority. Whether it’s your first time going to Hole in the Wall, or want to experience other stalls the second or third time around, then this foodie guide is for you.
If you’re looking for someplace new for the Yuletide season, Marco Polo Hotel’s Lung Hin offers authentic Cantonese and dim sum options that can potentially bump off your #1 go-to Chinese restaurant in the metro.
I want to share more what I’ve worked on for the #5DayBWChallenge in Instagram. Here’s Masuki at present day, in 1930’s color.