|Siphoned coffee at Rabbithole|
Monday, April 30, 2012
Wednesday, April 25, 2012
|Time Out Hong Kong Issue 103 - The special food issue|
It was awesome to see Mike Fung of Rabbithole Coffee, one of my favourite places to get a caffeine hit these days (read Charmaine's excellent write-up and Tom's great guide to the new wave of coffee bars in Hong Kong), as well as Jonathan So, who's bringing Hong Kong's first craft beer festival, Beertopia, to Hong Kong this weekend. I won't spill all the beans, go out and get a copy! I'm told it's available at 7-Eleven and English bookshops in Hong Kong (but not all 7-Elevens - those in districts with more English readers, I suppose). As of this moment, it's not online yet, but I'm pretty sure it will be soon.
Little old me is lucky enough to be inside, as The City's Best Food Blogger along with the hugely popular KC Koo, who blogs in Chinese. Needless to say, I feel totally out of my league. My new project, a super-fun farmers' market called Island East Markets gets its first proper mention in the media too! More on that later.
On the cover are Matt Abergel and Lindsay Jang from Yardbird, Bertha Lo-Hofford and Alex Hofford from the Hong Kong Shark Foundation, Eddie McDougall of The Flying Winemaker, Chan Siu-Lun of the Agriculture and Fisheries Department, and yes, that is me in the silver gown (and no, sadly it does not belong to me - thank you D!).
Thank you Time Out, and all of you who read my blog - you guys are the ones that make this sort of thing happen, and you're amazing.
(P.S. check out the reviews inside - Dorothy So reviews RyuGin, Charmaine Mok reviews Lupa, and I review Old Street Kobiteh.)
Tuesday, April 24, 2012
|Carving up the duck!|
Sunday, April 22, 2012
|Siu mai - pork and shrimp dumplings with crab roe|
Wednesday, April 18, 2012
|Soft-boiled eggs with truffles|
Tuesday, April 17, 2012
|Eater Hong Kong Heatmap|
The main criterion was that they had to be new since the last round. In case you're surprised as to why there wasn't even a single ramen mention, despite there having been so many ramen openings, all I can say is that none of them seemed worthy of an international mention. If you want to contest that - well, that's what the comments box is for!
It's conveniently mapped and all, so get over there and have a look for what's on the list, and thanks for the having me Eater!
So funny that one of the first comments on Eater under that post was why Yardbird wasn't on that list - it was on the first heatmap, silly! Also shows how crazily (and internationally?) popular YB is!
Friday, April 06, 2012
|Vines in Yarra Valley|
Monday, April 02, 2012
|Salt and pepper squid|