Posts from February 2017
February 23, 2017 by Tara Lee
Sourced from Fairmont Waterfront Hotel Karan Suri, executive chef at Fairmont Waterfront Hotel (900 Canada Place), has cooked and eaten all around the world. He is adept at...
February 21, 2017 by Michael Kwan
The Hong Kong style cafe, or cha chaan teng , holds a very special place in my heart (and in my stomach). It was very much a part of my childhood, growing up with baked pork...
Milk & Eggs is a bistro well known for its desserts and tea selection. However, people might be surprised that they have a full lunch and dinner menu featuring a mix of...
In Asia, barbequed meats are reserved for special occasions. Meat is a precious commodity – so careful grilling and roasting ensures the best of every cut is...
Photo Credit: Tara Lee Does spicy hot pot seem like the perfect cure for your winter weather blues? Or does your stomach rumble at the thought of sizzling Japanese robata with...
Sourced from Blue Canoe website With a blank on my calendar for February 14, I’ve been dropping hints to my boyfriend that he needs to start planning something romantic...
February 2, 2017 by Michael Kwan
When you’re in the mood for a piping hot bowl of soup noodles, you might get the ramen at a Japanese restaurant or you might get the pho at a Vietnamese restaurant ....
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