Tag Archive: chinese food

Hong Kong: Exploring Causeway Bay, Tai Kwun in Central and Tsim Sha Tsui

  The days in Hong Kong were merging together. Every day I explored a different neighborhood though in truth, I’d need to be there for a month or more to really see everything.… Continue reading

Hong Kong: Getting Out of the City to Yuen Long and Lau Fau Shan

  One day I went to Yuen Long. It’s where my mom grew up in the New Territories in Hong Kong. I still have family there and I followed my aunts and uncles… Continue reading

Hong Kong: Dim Sum in Wan Chai, Asia Contemporary Art Fair and Tacos at 11 Westside

  One day I hopped on the MTR (subway) and got off in Wan Chai. Like the previous day, I was too early for a lot of restaurants so I walked around. Right… Continue reading

Hong Kong: Street Art, Quick Bites and Mrs. Pound

After a 14 hour flight, I landed in Hong Kong but was too tired to pursue food immediately. So I left it for the next day. I set out bright and early around… Continue reading

SGV: Dim Sum at Longo Seafood in Rosemead

  Every few months there’s a new “best dim sum in Los Angeles” post. Per usual, I peruse it thinking about how I’d rank the restaurants. This particular list included two restaurants I… Continue reading

SGV: Cantonese Breakfast at Mr. Champion

  One day I was looking for Chinese breakfast that wasn’t dim sum. I came across Mr. Champion in Arcadia which is located in the San Gabriel Valley. With six or seven options… Continue reading

Culver City: Ms. Chi Cafe is Now Open

  Ms. Chi Cafe in Culver City is now open. Opened by chef Shirley Chung who was on Top Chef, season 11, this casual spot took over the old Hanjip space. I was… Continue reading

DTLA: New Lunch Eats at Ricebox

  Ricebox, not to be confused with Ricebar, is now open at the Spring Arcade Building. It’s also the home of Uli Gelato,¬†Guisados, Claytons, Don Francisco’s, Kai Japanese and more.     My… Continue reading

Pearl River Delta’s Dai Pai Dong Pop-up Recap

  Pearl River Delta LA recently had a Hong Kong dai pai dong pop-up at Pine and Crane. The street food experience was brought indoors to Silver Lake. Dai pai dong means “big… Continue reading

SGV: Dim Sum at China Red

  I recently tried China Red for dim sum. It’s been open a few years now but I haven’t heard anyone say I must go check it out. And truth be told, I… Continue reading