Tag Archive: Asian

TYPHOON SHELTER: TOOK ME BY STORM (clichéd I know.. but couldn’t help it)

I simply fell in love with the name. Typhoon Shelter. Since the name intrigued me enough – here is the back story – there is an area in Hong Kong called Causeway Bay… Continue reading

MR. MIYAGI’S: DOMO ARIGATO FOREVER

If I said the words ‘Mr. Miyagi’, I can bet 9 out of 10 of you will immediately go back to a time when Karate Kid was what everyone talked about, when Mr.… Continue reading

FOOD TRAVELS: BOMBAY

Bombay is a city that gives me more reasons to fall in love with it (if that is even possible!) every time I visit. Growing up I was very fussy about food (my… Continue reading

PA PA YA: PA PA VASOOL

When I stepped out of the protective walls of boarding school to enter junior college in Bombay, little did I know that three girls – Swati, Purvi and Shaheen – would befriend me,… Continue reading

AMADEUS: MUSIC TO MY TASTE BUDS

Scenario: Trying out shoes as one does in a shoe shop when on holiday, you look up to see someone do a double take when they see you – in a nice way… Continue reading

SHANGHAI CHIC: WORTH EVERY PENNY

There are some restaurants you just want to keep to yourself. But as a food blogger it would be a huge dis-service if I did not share. Shanghai Chic is nestled at the… Continue reading

EASY DOES IT: SUSHI

If you have been following Pickle My Fancy’s blog you will have read my review of YO! Sushi (bit.ly/1Yhtpms). I had been invited to try their delicious, value for money sushi (as well… Continue reading

CHEF TALK: FIRE IT UP! with LLOYD ROBERTS

Lloyd has worked and gained experience in some of the most renowned restaurants in the world serving Japanese cuisine – from Nobu to Zuma, from Novikov to his current abode at Wakame. But… Continue reading

YO! SUSHI: WHERE YOU CHOOSE THE PACE

Sushi! Now that is not something that I usually steer myself towards (more on that later). But an invitation from YO! Sushi promising me an opportunity to make my own sushi got me… Continue reading

CHEF TALK: FIRE IT UP! with PASQUALE SIPONE

If there ever was an alternative profession that I could suggest Chef Pasquale would be great at – it would be as an Italian Ambassador. His love for his home, for his city… Continue reading