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Sing HK Cafe – Affordable Hong Kong Food At Everton Park. Some Food ‘Hou Sek’

”Sing K? Sing Karaoke at a café?” My friends sounded excited at the name. Nope, not KTV but HK which stands for Hong Kong. Taking over defunct-Batterworks (if it doesn’t ring a bell) beside Nylon Coffee Roasters at Everton Park, Sing HK Café reminded us of a HK-styled Cha Chan Teng. Tables in close proximity […]

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Sunday’s Grocery – Delicious Fried Chicken & Sandwiches. One-Stop Store by Yardbird

[Hong Kong] Conceptualised by the team behind Yardbird – the hip Japanese yakitori and izakaya joint, is Sunday’s Grocery. Located at Kennedy Town, they brand themselves as a liquor store, curated convenience store and a takeaway sandwich store all housed within a neighbourhood grocery shop – an up-class one indeed. The first thing you would […]

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10 Must Visit Hipster Food Places Unique To Hong Kong. And Very Instagrammable

[Hong Kong] Hong Kong is known as a Food and Shopping Paradise with a classic slogan “Mai dong xi, Chi dong xi, Mai dong xi, Chi dong xi”

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Yung Kee – HK’s Roast Goose Restaurant Set For Closure As Agreement Couldn’t Be Reached

[Hong Kong] Goodbye Yung Kee 鏞鏞. The Chinese restaurant at Central Hong Kong famous for its roast goose, once awarded the Michelin star, is set to face closure. The highest court has rejected a request to extend the liquidation deadline by the family, and the consequence is that a liquidator will take over to find […]

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PMQ – Hong Kong’s Current Most Hipster Place Is A Former Police Married Quarters

[Hong Kong] It took me a while to discover PMQ. I have been to Hong Kong several times, revisited many attractions, but it was until my recent visit that a friend told me, “I think PMQ is your kind of place.” He is right. PMQ is short for Police Married Quarters. This used to be […]

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Xin Wang Hong Kong Café – 10 New Awesome Dishes To Celebrate 10 Anniversary

Xin Wang Hong Kong Café has been around for 10 years! I remember days where friends would gather at Xin Wang Cineleisure or Marina Square after a late night KTV or movie session, seated at booths to chit chat over Thick Toast and Snow Ice. This is possibly Singapore’s most successful ‘cha chaan teng’ chain. […]

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23 Michelin Street Food In Hong Kong

For the first time in Michelin history, a ‘Street Food’ section has been added to the Hong Kong Michelin Star guide. (Read: Hong Kong Michelin Guide 2016) Many eyebrows raised, from the inclusion of this component (since Michelin has always been tied with fine-dining) and the choices of the 23 stalls particularly Butchers Club which […]

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Hong Kong Michelin Guide 2016 – Six Restaurants Awarded 3 Michelin Stars

Every year the Hong Kong Michelin Guide gets published, there are always some kind of controversies. Other than the typical “Why is this restaurant in, and why is this out?” type of questions, this is the first time Hong Kong ‘street food’ is added to the Michelin edition. (Read: 9 Best Restaurants In Hong Kong) […]

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Chau Kee 周記點心 – Matcha And Salted Lava Custard Toasts in Hong Kong. Liu ah Liu.

[Hong Kong] The traditional lava custard buns are commonly found in dim sum places, but the people in Hong Kong have their creative juices flowing (not in the lava form). Lately, we saw how lava custard flows out of a ‘vomiting’ Gudetama’s mouth and a tsunami of lava custard flowing out of traditional French toasts. […]

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Jenny Bakery Singapore – Hong Kong’s Famous Cookie Shop At Ang Mo Kio

Another queue. Jenny Bakery, THE hand-made butter cookies brand from Hong Kong has opened its first Singapore shop at Ang Mo Kio Ave 3 Blk 422. An inconspicuous location, small shop space. People walk in with cash and walk out with tins. The cookies continue to get sold out from time to time. Occasionally, there […]

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