When the skies opened last Saturday unleashing a torrential downpour that ruined Clockenflap for me, Karen and I decided to recalibrate and comfort ourselves with an indulgent brunch at The Drawing Room (TDR). It also happens to be right across from where I live on Staunton Street, which means we got to avoid getting drenched under the … Continue reading Review: The Drawing Room @ PMQ
This British all-day breakfast restaurant is the kind of place that when you see it, you already imagine spending a lazy Sunday on its terrace reading a book. It's that pretty. But the food is another story altogether. As soon as I arrived at the restaurant (the Admiralty branch; it has another location in Tsim Sha … Continue reading [Brunch] BRICKLANE Admiralty: Excellent rooftop ambience, mediocre food
Let's talk about wine, wine, and... food in Hong Kong - especially with all the wine-related and gastronomic events happening within these two months. This post comes in three parts: The Hong Kong Wine & Dine Festival 4-Day Opening Party 2014 Wine HK from December 6-7, 2014 The Wine HK Tasting Championship (you can win a trip to … Continue reading Wine & Dine Festival + Wine HK Contest
Distance: 1.8km (but you can carry on towards other paths/trails if you want)I bet you haven't heard of it. Well, at least I didn't until last weekend when I decided I wanted to go for a walk but wanted nothing too long. Nowadays Hong Kong is too hot for anything strenuous. Still I wanted to … Continue reading Dutch Path: Short and easy “hike” or nature walk in Central/Mid-Levels
All this month, my office is partnering with the Malaysian Kitchen Programme, Tourism Malaysia, etc. for the "I Love Malaysian Food" Contest with loads of prizes up for grabs including: A FREE TRIP TO MALAYSIA (airfare + accommodation) A relaxing staycation at TRADERS HOTEL Hong Kong Free dinners in participating Hong Kong restaurants …and more! I … Continue reading “I Love Malaysian Food” Contest – Win a free trip to Malaysia
Spa BPZ only uses vegetable perm just for the lashes (as opposed to scalp hair perm), which isn't harsh on the skin or eyes.