Food-tasting local food in Seoul ♥

Wangbijib located in the heart of MyeongdongTosokchon – Ginseng Chicken Barbeque! BBQ all day errday.  Myeongdong Street Food  Sigol Bapsang – Banchan Tasting (Itaewon)  Kyochon Chicken – DeliveryHangover Soup / Gamjatang (not that we were, mind you)Army Stew My top food list during our rendezvous in Seoul: #1 – BBQ Pork and Beef #2 –…

Eating our way to happiness in Busan.

The food mecca in Korea is, unsurprisingly, not Seoul but in fact the entire southern region which was why the bulk of our travels were in the south – Jeonju, Busan and Gyeongju. In Busan, we really went all out to enjoy good food at a decent price with endless rounds of snacks and dessert.…

Food trail in the heart of Ho Chih Minh

Two weeks ago, I had my very first trip to Ho Chi Minh, Vietnam. It turned out to be quite a food-trip. I am a traditionalist when it comes to food, eating only what I am familiar with, accepting what I had ascertained are nice to my taste buds. When it comes to food, I am…

After You Cafe, Bangkok

Part 1: Foodie adventure in Bangkok

Artbox Bangkok Art Box, Bangkok is the latest in thing in the ever bustling city. Apart from Chatuchak/Pratunam Markets to the array of shopping malls, this night market is mainly made up of homemade products and artisanal food. From the reviews I have read online, I expected this container-inspired night market to be teeming with…

Eating our heart out in Hong Kong

Hong Kong in August is Hot, Frustrating, Tiring and Crowded that made one even more Determined to have fun – so it was for me. I have been to Hong Kong numerous times – from when I was one in which I remembered nothing, obviously, to my older – more conscious – years. Hong Kong…

Tasting Carbonara in Italy

(I know it’s been a year since I flew to Europe and back – so much has changed since but I owe this to myself and even if it takes me 5 years to chronicle my travel days, so be it.) It’s funny how Food translates into different tastes in different countries. Sometimes I wonder if any…

Do you want to yumcha?

  In coloquial KL-slang of Manglish (Malaysian English), yum cha means to meet up somewhere to makan or supper. In my house hold though, yum cha means having dim sum – which is the colloquial slang in Taiwan and Hong Kong. In Cantonese, the literal meaning of yum cha means to drink tea. It is a form of tea-tasting which our forefathers have done when…