Tag: dim sum

Hong Kong City

Hong Kong City

I especially bemoan what seems to be hyperinflation in the London dining scene.  It seems that once restaurants opened up without restrictions, that it was a signal that the customers’ wallets were fair game too. In such circumstances, I felt like to have a full 

Shikumen

Shikumen

I was, as I am often, caught off guard. Although mitigation efforts in other areas of my life seem to fail (maybe time for another type of job), I seek not to let this happen regarding food.  In my attempts to alleviate exciting food experiences, 

Hong Kong

Hong Kong

If there is one thing I love about travelling, it is learning what the locals eat.  For me, it is sometimes a joy greater than seeing the sights as it satisfies not one, two or three senses but all five in one go.  The sight 

Lotus

Lotus

Just when I thought that my life couldn’t get anymore thrilling, I was continuously proven wrong.  Today I was subject to vengeful action of the avian kind.   I got pooed on.   I know that some people may think that there might be a 

Toa Kitchen

Toa Kitchen

Toa Kitchen is a relative newcomer (it’s been open almost 2 years) to the Cantonese dining scene in Bayswater, having taken over the premises that was previously the Magic Wok. We’ve taken quite some time getting there to try it out with various other stalwarts,