Restaurants


  • Great tasting prose
     Lan Ting Restaurant (岚庭) is named after Wang Xizhi's famous piece of prose written in the Eastern Jin Dynasty ( AD 317-420). The restaurant's decor looks decidedly "ancient",with Chinese prose written in classical style adorning the walls alongside...
    Mar-12 - 2014 | No Comments | More ->

  • Culinary carnival in a refined villa
    Bouillabaisse  Smoked salmon confit  Beer braised veal cheak NESTLED inside a refined 1940's villa on Xingguo Road, Mardi Gras is a restaurant/lounge bar where you can experience an ambience of leisurely self-indulgence and creative French...
    Mar-12 - 2014 | No Comments | More ->

  • Special habit of tea drinking in Hong Kong - "morning tea and newspaper"
    Hong Kong is a place with plenty of night life. In contrast, streets are almost empty from seven to eight in the morning. Most shops open at or after nine o'clock in the morning, where Cantonese restaurants open at about six or even earlier (restaurants...
    Mar-11 - 2014 | No Comments | More ->

  • Hong Kong-style milk tea
     Hong Kong-style milk tea is a beverage originating from Hong Kong consisting of black tea with evaporated milk or condensed milk. It is usually part of lunch in Hong Kong tea culture. Although originating from Hong Kong, it is also frequently found...
    Mar-11 - 2014 | No Comments | More ->

  • The Grand Hotel, Taipei
    The Grand Hotel was established in 1952. Supported by red columns and with golden roof tiling, the Grand Hotel stands midway up Yuanshan, much like a majestic 14-storey palace. Facing Keelung River, with Yangming Mountain to its, the hotel offers an...
    Mar-10 - 2014 | No Comments | More ->

  • Hangzhou Cuisine Museum
    "This place makes us starving!" This comment in the visitors' book left by an American speaks for many visitors of Hangzhou Cuisine Museum. Covering 12,470 square meters, the museum specializes in the culture of Hangzhou cuisine so visitors can learn its...
    Mar-05 - 2014 | No Comments | More ->

  • Chinese Dining Customs and Etiquettes
    Formal banquets are held to celebrate some traditional Chinese festivals, like the Chinese New Year, the Moon Festival and other traditional Chinese Festivals. Each Festival is associated with particular food, such as Chinese moon cakes for the Moon Festival,...
    Mar-02 - 2014 | No Comments | More ->

  • The longest Hutong in Beijing--Dongjiaominxiang
     Stepping into the west entrance of Donjiaominxiang, it's hard to connect this place with the word hutong. Common hutongs are narrow, with little vegetation but many restaurants and stores. Here, however, it's so wide as to be a proper, tree-lined...
    Feb-27 - 2014 | No Comments | More ->

  • 8 traditional Chinese cuisines
    China covers a large territory and has many ethnic groups, hence a variety of Chinese food with different but fantastic and mouthwatering flavor. Since China's local dishes have their own typical characteristics, generally, Chinese food can be roughly...
    Feb-25 - 2014 | No Comments | More ->

  • More than just seafood
    The presentation of the beef tartare deserves thumbs up. Select ingredients and smart presentation make m eals at Atlantis Blue shine, Donna Mah discovers in Hong Kong.Located on the seventh floor of a commercial building in Central that is filled with...
    Feb-08 - 2014 | No Comments | More ->

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