Blog Posts - Cantonese



Surf and Turf - Cantonese Style

Hong Kong is getting cool and one of our favourite foods in this weather is mutton hot pot. In fact one mutton hot pot for two persons is quite enough, but we just want a little something more.  The restaurant sells seafood as well.  So we...
by Hong Kong Food Blog on Dec 1, 2016

The Oriental Group Celebrates 16 Years of Chinese Culinary Excellence

Indulge in Some of the Finest Cantonese Dishes by Executive Chef Justin HorThe first Oriental Restaurant started back in 2000 in Jaya Shopping Centre in Section 14, Petaling Jaya. It’s been 16 wonderful and delicious years since then. Today, the Or...
by ChasingFoodDreams on Aug 14, 2016

Review of Bite of Hong Kong, NYC

Baconboozer is expanding.  And with that, I have been receiving more outreach from restaurants requesting reviews in exchange for meals.  I feel an obligation to be utterly and completely honest with my readers:  I love eating, and I am not made o...
by Baconboozer on Jul 13, 2016

[REVIEW] “Orient Odyssey”, Jericho REVISITED

The Chinese Quest revisited Orient Odyssey, the Chinese restaurant in Jericho, NY that closed for a few months to do a restart shortly after opening. What changed? You won't believe it! The post [REVIEW] “Orient Odyssey”, Jericho REVIS...
by The Chinese Quest on Jun 23, 2016

Photogenic Banquet

The International Gourmet Master Chefs Association holds competitions every year globally and regionally.  The banquet here our family went for Dragon Boat Festival was said to have won the Best Photogenic Award.  Frankly we would say only...
by Hong Kong Food Blog on May 31, 2016

[REVIEW] “LN 1380” GOOD EATS IN LITTLE NECK

"LN 1380" Chinese restaurant recently opened on Northern Blvd. in Little Neck, Queens, NY. The Chinese Quester's came to review... You'll love the review! The post [REVIEW] “LN 1380” GOOD EATS IN LITTLE NECK appeared first on The Chinese...
by The Chinese Quest on May 30, 2016

How to Pair French Wine with Chinese Cuisine

Pairing wines with Chinese food can be tricky. A French wine expert shares her secrets with a Hong Kong based travel blogger, Michael Taylor. Learn the secrets... The post How to Pair French Wine with Chinese Cuisine appeared first on The Chinese Q...
by The Chinese Quest on May 12, 2016

Chinese New Year Foods 2016

Today is Chinese New Year Eve - Year of the Monkey is approaching in minutes. I have collected some photos of the foods that Hong Kong Chinese usually eat, especially Cantonese. There are some foods that we eat during Chinese New Year.  I've g...
by Hong Kong Food Blog on Feb 7, 2016

Seafood Annual Dinner

Seafood dinner is many Hong Kong people's favourite.  9 out of 10 Hong Kong Cantonese love it, including myself.  As Chinese New Year is approaching, our family decided to go for a seafood annual dinner.  Normally we pick from set...
by Hong Kong Food Blog on Jan 28, 2016

CNY 2016 @ Si Chuan Dou Hua, PARKROYAL Kuala Lumpur

Swinging to a Prosperous New Year!Going all out, Si Chuan Dou Hua Restaurantat PARKROYAL Kuala Lumpur is ushering in the Year of the Monkey with eight set menus crafted just for this festive season. The Szechuan restaurant took a turn from its usual...
by ChasingFoodDreams on Jan 19, 2016

Seafood Dinner Special Price

I've mentioned in my blog that if you want to eat good things at good price, you can play around with date and time. Here's a good example.  The seafood dinner set below costs HK$398 per person Friday to Sunday.  However if you go on Monday...
by Hong Kong Food Blog on Jan 16, 2016

Nice Cantonese Dinner in Wanchai

My company pays a quarterly free dinner for secretaries.  We vote and pick our favourite restaurants every time.  This time someone nominated Sing Kee Seafood Restaurant in Wanchai.  Although I live around that area, it was my first ti...
by Hong Kong Food Blog on Nov 22, 2015

Ristorante Cinese Bambù a Bologna senza glutine

Erano anni che non mangiavo in un ristorante cinese, anche perché non ne avevo un buon ricordo… Il cattivo ricordo è stato cancellato dalla splendida serata di ieri! Si tratta... L'articolo Ristorante Cinese Bambù a Bologna senza...
by Celiachiamo con Gusto on Oct 10, 2015

Studying Saturdays: Learning Cantonese at the Chinese University of Hong Kong

Don't Stop Living - Jonny Blair - a lifestyle of travel “Libraries gave us power” – Manic Street Preachers Saturdays were always my day off as a blogger. I tended to write my Saturday and Sunday stuff during the week and take Satur...
by Don't Stop Living on Jul 17, 2015

The Legendary Masuki Mami!

The first I’ve tried Masuki was after a basketball match way back in freshman college (yes, there was a point in my life where I played that sport despite being the nerdy type haha.) We were in Binondo at the time, and my Chinese classmates too...
by Akashic Records - Chad Senga on Jun 30, 2015

chicken, asparagus & baby corn stir-fry

Stir-fries are easy to make, they can be ready in a flash & you can add almost anything to them. To make them you really just need the basics: A decent wok, a good heat source (gas is best), a good, sharp knife & a stir-fry spoon. The tr...
by The Fresh Aussie on Jun 4, 2015

Crystal Lotus: Signature Disney Dim Sum at Hong Kong Disneyland Hotel

Before the month of March ended, my little sister, my boyfriend and I went to Hong Kong for the first time. Of course, we didn't miss Hong Kong Disneyland in our itinerary. But more than the attractions at the famous theme park, one other thing that...
by The Purple Doll on May 4, 2015

Bring You Family For Homely Local Cuisine At AOne Claypot House

Hi Huneybees, After a month of vegetarian diet,, I have taken a lighter and healthier approach when it comes to food. That is also why I fell in love with the dishes served in AOne Claypot House when I was invited for a food tasting session...
by Huney'Z World on Apr 16, 2015

Family Annual Dinner 2015

Chinese New Year is approaching. Year-end Family gathering dinner is a big event to Chinese. I made some money in the stock market recently, so I decided to treat my family a nice dinner. Although we all love seafood, but our menu is kind o...
by Hong Kong Food Blog on Feb 11, 2015

Say I Love You In Different Languages to Sweetheart

I Love You In Different Languages for Sweetheart: Now say I love you (u) to your boyfriend/girlfriend or husband/wife in more than 50 different languages. Propose day is celebrated second day in Valentines week. There are different ways to say that y...


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