As you stroll Pier 39 then Fisherman’s Wharf, towards the end of the Wharf is where you’ll find the Ghirardelli Square, the iconic arch emblazoned its brand that beckons you to have anything that’s sweet.
Shinjuku houses the busiest railway station in the world, as it is home to several government offices including the Tokyo Metropolitan Government Building and conglomerates such as NTT Docomo. The ward’s personality paints a case of schizophrenia, serious by day, colorful and mysterious at night. How do you unravel the eccentricities of Shinjuku without getting lost?
There are a lot of activities you can do at the Fishermans Wharf and Pier 39. The place is so whimsical I highly recommend anyone to spend the entire day in that area alone.
Don’t you think this town is so saturated with Tonkatsu restaurants, they all pretty much offer the same experience? At Maisen, you can dare to be different. Say hello to Katsumabushi.
Are The 20 Layers of Paper Thin Crepes Worth Your Buck?
I’m kicking off my Silicon Valley slash San Francisco series at Candid Cuisine! And boy, I have so many stories I wanted to tell, I couldn’t write fast enough! But I’m so excited to share to you the delicious cuisines I have tried in the land of tech startups, and I’m starting with the famous, 100 year old institution SWAN OYSTER DEPOT.
A one night Argentinian degustacion specially prepared by Chef Ejecutivo Juan Barcos and Bodega Lagarde Export Manager Sebastian Barboza.
Sister Wah’s Curry Beef Tendon noodles are so good, you’ll want a whole serving to yourself.
If you can’t stand the Hong Kong heat, I SEE I SEE is the newest handcrafted icy dessert shop selling their special Hokkaido Milk snowflakes and flavored ice pops that will cool down the summer heat.
How we discovered WTF was due to the lack of planning.
If you’re looking for a place to meet new people, forget it. 001 is not the place for you as they’ll kick you out if you try to strike up a conversation and mingle with strangers.
When in Hong Kong, there are a few default restaurants that people go to when they have run out of options where to eat. I think Tai Hing falls under that category.
Being on the list of Newsweek’s 101 Best Places to Eat in the World in 2012, Dimdimsum intrigues me. Dimdimsum appears to be quite famous of some sort with celebrated chefs and kitchen personalities.
If you want to get away from the hustle and bustle of Causeway Bay, take a long walk towards Tai Hang, the quiet “secret” neighborhood that seems to spawn so many restaurant establishments lately, turning it into the ultimate foodie’s hood.
Chef Wade Watson breaks into the metro’s dining scene with his first specialty Australian cuisine restaurant, Bondi and Bourke. Find out if Bondi & Bourke’s Australian burger is worth the hype in town.
The “ber” months are coming soon. Have you scratched all restaurants in your bucket list? If you think your bucket list is long, this restaurant list is the longest you will ever read on the Internet. This list contains your bible of 50 restaurants to try in Metro Manila before 2015 ends.
Perhaps it was such a rush drinking it take away that Coffee Academics fell below my expectations.
My quest for the best coffee in Hong Kong doesn’t end at Cafe Corridor.
Mecha Uma might have thrown in the art of a beautiful mess on a plate and Sensei Sushi plays with the strengths of Japanese cuisine with its hole-in-a-wall personality, but how will the commercialized Ooma fare versus the others?
Auntie Sweet is like a popular song that everyone will despise at first, but is like the last song syndrome you can’t get enough of.