Chengdu

Traditional Chinese Hotpot in Chengdu (or How I Survived the Spiciest Meal …

When I went searching for culinary adventure in Chengdu, I didn’t expect to find a food experience quite like this. Chengdu is in China’s Sichuan province – the area of the country known for its peppercorns, chillies and fiery oils.…

Breakfast at Ya Kun Kaya Toast, Singapore

I struggle at breakfast time in Asia. It is mostly just a choice of food I’d normally have for lunch or dinner, and quite often it will involve some sort of chilli sauce which is just a bit too much…

Singapore

The Best Hawker Food in Singapore

With fancy hotels and shiny skyscrapers, I was expecting Singapore to be one of the more expensive parts of my big trip. However, not only is local food obscenely cheap, it is also unbelievably good. Hawker centres are imperative to…

Unicorn Toasties at Kala Toast, Hong Kong

  OK, I like a food craze. I’ve eaten a cronut, I’ve queued around the block for the latest burger joint and had a panic attack in a dining in the dark restaurant (smooth). When links about the unicorn toastie…

Kuala Lumpur

Dinner at Jalan Alor Street Market, Kuala Lumpur

Street food in Asia is something else. OK, we have some great food trucks in London, but you’ll end up spending a small fortune on a pulled pork burger in a brioche bun with duck fat chips and a craft…

Kuala Lumpur

Breakfast at Imbi Market, Kuala Lumpur

On my first day in Kuala Lumpur, I decided to shun the all-you-can-eat breakfast at my hotel and instead head to Imbi Market. Well known to the locals, it opens at 4am to provide shoppers with their fresh produce, before…

London

Gin Journey: Exploring London’s Best Cocktail Bars

As the weather gets warmer, I become more and more partial to a cold and crisp G&T. Yet as I’ve got older, I’m less fond of a bog standard Gordon’s and have started to discover other gins that really do…

London

A Lebanese Lunch at Plenty, London

It is extremely rare that I will ever take a full lunch break at work. Generally I’ll take 15 minutes to go and find/heat up some food, take it back to my desk and keep on typing away; it’s ridiculous,…

Berlin

Cake and Hot Chocolate at Cafe Einstein, Berlin

Winter is magical in Europe. I mean, it’s cold, but it’s pretty. On my trip to Berlin I was hell bent on finding hot chocolate, mulled wine and anything else that would keep me toasty warm from the inside. After…


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