Japanese . Taipei Date visited: March 2018 The quality of Japanese food is fantastic in Taiwan, owing to the 50 years of Japanese occupation during 1895-1945. In addition to food, Taiwan has also adopted many Japanese traditions in their culture. The restaurant is run by chef 阿傑 (Ā jié) and his wife, and sources their seafood from … Continue reading 凜割烹 [Rin Kappo]
New Zealand . European Date visited: 26.01.2018 There is a plethora of dining venues along the Viaduct Harbour, and one of those situated along the wharf to take in the beautiful marina is the long-standing Euro Bar and Restaurant. Seated outside beneath a sun-umbrella, this was perfect for those long sunny days where you can lounge … Continue reading Euro Bar & Restaurant
Singapore . Innovative Date visited: 28.12.2017 Nouri is one of those small, unassuming and unpretentious restaurants that will surprise and delight you through its exciting and innovative flavours from around the globe. Behind its narrow doors in a steep alley, you will be greeted with the warmest welcome from one passionate and talented chef/owner Ivan … Continue reading Nouri
Singapore . Modern Australian , Michelin 1 Star Date visited: 26.12.2017 Claiming to serve "Modern Australian" cuisine, I think this gem of a restaurant creates food that is much more than that. It is an exciting fusion of flavours from all parts of the world and re-imagined in ways that breaks all boundaries. Dining here, … Continue reading Whitegrass
I don't know about you, but I am actually not a big fan of Christmas fruitcake! Instead I have jazzed up my favourite banana (it is a fruit!) cake with chocolate chips and covered it with a thin layer of dark chocolate ganache. Decorated with some banana chips, red and green cherries and a few … Continue reading Merry Christmas with a “Fruit” Cake!
The flavour of pandan is so aromatic- it is like a glorified version of vanilla with the benefit of injecting a beautiful green hue to your food! With just a slight twist to my trusted recipe for a vanilla cake with a dash of pandan paste, green tea matcha powder and a few dollops of … Continue reading Everyday Pandan and Matcha Pound Cake with Kaya Jam
Hey everyone, I'm back! First of all, my apologies for the lack of new posts of late: I was experiencing some technical difficulties in accessing this blog and hence unable to upload any new content, but luckily this has finally been fixed! Hooray! Now I wish to share with you a delicious creation of mine … Continue reading Ready for Competition: Nori & Smoked Salmon Egg Spirals!