10491, Taiwan, Taipei City, Zhongshan District, 民族東路410巷2弄18號 | map | website | opening: 6am-12am | Addiction Aquatic Development in Taipei is a treasure trove of delights for the seafood lover. It has everything you could ever want in one place, a fish market, sushi bar, […]
Sausage and beans are one of those famous classic combinations that will always be heard together, even though I’m sure they primary place they appear together are in those weird tins. The French cassoulet, however, is the king of sausage and beans, well meat and […]
100, Taiwan, Taipei City, Zhongzheng District, 羅斯福路三段316巷8弄3號 | map | opening: 11am-12am, closed Mondays |
The minute we landed in Taipei we headed straight for Taiwan’s most famous snack – the all mighty Gua Bao. Gua Bao is a pillowy soft steamed bun filled with delicious braised pork topped with coriander and peanuts. Lan Jia in Taipei is the place to go for this heavenly delight. Stay tuned for more Taiwanese dining in the coming weeks.
There’s little more comforting than a pie, I promise; and this rabbit pie is something else. A lot of people have a problem with eating rabbit, well the thought of doing it anyway. I tend to find when people actually taste it they tend to […]
1 Chome-1-2 Shimomeguro, Meguro, Tokyo 153-0064, Japan | map | Oh, how I love the crispy deep fried pork that is Tonkatsu – one of Japan’s specialities. Tonkatsu is pork cutlet that is breaded, deep-fried and served with mountains of cabbage to take the edge […]
Shrove Tuesday is definitely one of, if not the best, minor religious holidays in the world. If there are any others out there that require intense pancake-related gluttony, please let me know. Anyway, this year we thought we’d branch out from the usual crepes and American-style pancakes and instead copy the Japanese and go for some light-as-air souffle pancakes.
Japan, 〒150-0013 Tokyo, 渋谷区Ebisu, 1−6−6 | website | map | One of the best places you can get ice cream in Tokyo is Japanese Ice Ouca, located in Ebisu area. They do unusual flavours very well, such as pumpkin, cherry blossom, brown sugar, as well as the […]
I don’t even remember how I first learnt about Mexican mole now, it was so long ago, probably from watching something on television. Whatever it was, I’m extremely thankful for it, because this amazing sauce is truly the stuff of dreams, for those who can […]
Ratchadaphisek Rd, Khwaeng Din Daeng, Khet Din Daeng, Krung Thep Maha Nakhon 10400, Thailand | map |
The New Rot Fai Market is the more accessible sister of Bangkok’s famous Rot Fai Market. It’s a hipster’s dream with lots of vintage-inspired wares as well as great food and drink stalls. You know you’re in the cool part of town when you need two hands to count the number of barber shops you spot!