July 23, 2014

(Mostly) Wordless Wednesdays: Inagiku

One of the best meals I had when I visited Macau last December was at Inagiku, situated in Starworld Hotel. Almost everything was superb! I will let the pictures speak for themselves. 

July 4, 2014

Brunch at L'ouvrier

One of my friends raved about brunch at L'ouvrier, so I had to try it out for myself. 
The decor was minimalist with predominantly white furniture and white walls. 
French press coffee ($3 per person)
The coffee was good, and even better when served in a dainty, pretty teacup. 

May 6, 2014

Brunch @ Rose & Sons

I had a great dinner at Rose & Sons, and wanted to come back to try their brunch. Since the restaurant is quite small, we should have known to come earlier (we arrived around 11:30), and we had to wait for a good half hour before getting seated. 
Fried chicken and soft 'n sexy grits with poached egg and green sauce ($17)
Having previously sampled Rose & Sons' fried chicken before, I was pretty confident that this was going to be an awesome dish. I was not disappointed! Is there anything better than perfectly done fried chicken topped with a runny egg? The creamy grits were also excellent (super flavourful!), but extremely filling and the only component that I couldn't finish. 

April 30, 2014

HK Eats- Cafe Deadend and Via Tokyo

I dragged my mom to hike 20 minutes uphill to go to Cafe Deadend in Sheung Wan. I follow a couple of Hong Kong foodies on instagram and this place always pops up on my feed.
My mom had an iced latte ($45 HKD), while I ordered a hot one ($40 HKD). Both were excellent, and I'd have it again in a heart beat. 

April 15, 2014

Winterlicious lunch @ Auberge du Pommier

I've featured Auberge du Pommier on my blog a couple of times now, so I'm going to keep the writing minimal and let the pictures speak for themselves. This was another Winterlicious lunch, priced at $25 per person. 
Salt-baked potato soup- bacon lardons, candied onions, XO Gouda


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