Anyone who knows me well knows that I’m a big eater. I eat so much that Kev once asked me “how can you devour a bowl of noodles at 11pm when we just finished dinner 2 hours ago?” The fact is that I can only eat non-stop throughout the day if food is prepared in small amount. That’s why I could never get the most value out of all-you-can-eat type of meal when there is a certain time frame. Click to read more!
If you’re a meat lover, you must put Charcut on the top of your must-dine list. This bustling, urban rustic restaurant, located in the heart of downtown, showcased the freshest and highest quality house butchered meat dishes. The only thing I regret is not having had dinner at this place much earlier! Click to read more!
Menyatai has been our to-go place for ramen in the city. We first visited there in February and we’ve been continually going back there whenever we have a craving for ramen. It is a cute little restaurant in Kensington. The bright-color furniture and clean, simple interior created a welcoming, cozy atmosphere. Click to read more!
I went back to my home country, Taiwan, last month and had the chance to devour my all-time favorite, great Taiwanese “small eats” (xiaochi, i.e. “snacks”). Here I’m going to share with you some popular ones that you can find at hawker stalls on the street or in the night markets. Click to read more!