DONDONYA

I’m sure you’ve all seen that trendy video of a highly skilled Japanese chef whipping up this amazing dish called Omurice (watch it if you haven’t already) with the runny scrambled egg pouring all over the rice when the omelette is cut open in the middle. Well point is, I’ve been craving some good runny…

Bread Street Kitchen

Opened by the hot-headed celebrity chef we all know from Masterchef, Hell’s kitchen, Hotel hell… Bread Street Kitchen is the place to get a taste of Gordan Ramsay’s culinary ideas and standards without all the drama. Located in Lan Kwai Fong, it is just a 10 minute walk from the nearest MTR exit. Since the…

McDonalds: Cheesecake ice-cream

With the minions craze going on since July, McDonalds has teamed up to offer cheesecake ice-cream, mango flavoured drinks, crepe cakes, and minion-shaped hash browns which I have yet to try but they look cute (Ok, I admit they do look a little out of shape in potato form). The special cheesecake flavoured ice-cream can only be found at the…

llaollao

Tucked away snugly by the corner just below the atrium of Times Square (to the left of the escalators) lies llaollao, a frozen yoghurt shop that I’ve walked past multiple times without thinking of stopping to try it out as there always seems to be a specific place in Causeway Bay that I’m hurrying to…

Dazzling Café Garden (Lunch)

It’s not my first time going to Dazzling cafe, a Taiwanese cafe serving up some Western dishes like pasta and burgers. However, they are known for their outrageously dazzling desserts, such as the box toast or their waffles. I wouldn’t describe them as outrageous, like those freakshakes you see online that are loaded with a whole…

The Poké Co

After scrolling down my instagram feed and seeing poke bowls, the inner hippy in me knew that I had to try it. Luckily, I found 3 restaurants in Hong Kong, so I decided to give Poke Co. a try. The setting of the restaurant was quite nice, giving you teenage youthful feeling of eating Poke…

Sweet House Cha Cha: matcha & milk twist

Summer days drifting away to oh, oh the summer nights. That’s right! It was a hot summer night smack in the middle of June so what do I do after dinner? I go for ice-cream. Just a heads up, I only had french fries for dinner so I guess I’m entitled to more. Sweets House…

Cheesecake Factory

It’s nearly been 2 months since Cheesecake Factory opened in Hong Kong! I know all the keen foodies in HK would have flocked to Tsim Sha Tsui to try out the food early on in the month, but here’s my review on this franchise store of the amazing American dream a month later. First impressions:…

Stayplus Bakery: Taiyaki

Just finished lunch at Sai Kung but when you know you’re going to be walking some “distances” (maybe a mile next to the pier), you will want to be holding a snack in your hand, so I jumped at the chance when I saw this little bakery. There was a line when I arrived, so…

Lunch at Piccolo’s

If you’re looking for a little trip away from the city centre, Sai Kung would do it, especially with the walk along the piers after a hearty meal. At Sha Tsui Path, you’ll find many Western restaurants ranging from the burger to brunch to tacos. I tried Jaspa’s, which is hard to miss with its colourful…

Häagen-Daz: Green Tea Ice-cream Sandwich

I know it’s a strange time to be reviewing an ice-cream sandwich- fresh out of the cold month of March, but sometimes when these cravings hit you, you just gotta cave in, you get me? So yeah, I ended up going to the supermarket around 9pm at night just to buy some ice-cream. I’ve had…

Hanjuku Kobo: Half-baked Cheesecake

For some reason, this shop never caught my eye when I was around the Tsim Sha Tsui area. Hanjuku Kobo (半熟工房) is a Japanese bakery with 2 locations in HK, originally famous for their half-baked cheese tarts that took HK over in a craze about 2 years ago. They have original, chocolate and matcha flavoured…