Tim’s Kitchen – Macau, China

I’ve probably walked past this restaurant so many times, but never really noticed the Michelin man and the one red star by the door. Thankfully there was no line up or required reservations. Before I thought it was some generic breakfast cafe every hotel has, but I was totally wrong. I think I experienced the Continue Reading...

Tsujiri – Kyoto, Japan

Aside from keiseki meals, Kyoto is also famous for green tea. I visited an old school tea house serving up variations of traditional Japanese sweets. Matcha ice cream with green tea jelly, fresh fruits and mochi in different flavours Classic matcha ice cream Matcha parfait, with coffee and matcha jelly, vanilla ice cream, matcha whip Continue Reading...

Kabuto Las Vegas

I’ve been here too many times, and this is my little oasis when coming for work conferences. This time I notice an additional course menu, which includes a few more things for those with bigger appetites. Gen-san was mentioning that they’ve been quite busy as of late.. deliveries of fish was every 3-4 days, but Continue Reading...

La Baie – Osaka, Japan

If you’ve ever eaten in Japan, you’ll know their attention to detail is so high, it’s no joke that Japan has the highest distribution of Michelin starred restaurants. Every time I visit, I make sure I reserve me a handful of these! La Baie (1 Star) is located at the Ritz Carlton, and the closest Continue Reading...

Kokekokko – Kobe, Japan

I’m in Kobe and not eating beef you might think? I was recommended by my inlaws that this place serves up some mean chicken. Kokekokko has given me new respect for the simple taste of chicken. I ordered up the Kokekokko don during happy hour. Most people eat chicken that’s been frozen, and here they Continue Reading...