Birmingham is pretty awesome when it comes to food these days and it’s high time I started blogging more about my local food scene. One of the newest additions to the city is Bonehead which specialises in fried chicken – easily one of my favourite things in life.
This long weekend has mostly involved friends, family and food. With trips to an exhibition, eating great Taiwanese food and then spending Sunday with family and paying respects to our ancestors for Ching Ming festival followed by dim sum.
Happy Lunar New Year! Chinese new year is easily one of my favourite occasions because the house is decorated with lucky red and gold decorations and plenty of auspicious phrases. I love the traditional rituals we have during this time of year including spring cleaning, buying new clothes, getting fresh hair cuts before New Years day,
There are days when you just want to do relax and do absolutely nothing but then there are also days where you just have to get out the house and make the most of the day. So when I had a rare day off in the week, I hopped on a train to London for
Apologies for the crazy pop of lime green but I couldn’t resist the acidic colour when posing in this coat and of course, the crazy pop-ular ice cream from Milk Train. The COS jacket is a current favourite of mine (so hard to capture the dusky pink, cherry yoghurt kinda hue) but let’s focus on the matcha
How is it Wednesday already? I’m so pleased that we’re already half way through the week as I have some fun plans this weekend and as always, this involves friends and brunch – definitely what weekends are all about. But first, let’s rewind back to Bank holiday Monday. I spent the day hanging out with my
Bao is one of my favourite eats in London. When Bao was first in the works, I kept a close eye on their Facebook page and I was excited when they finally opened. They certainly knew how to build anticipation! Bao certainly isn’t new and admittedly, I’ve been quite slow with blogging about this place
Hope everyone had an awesome Christmas! I spent so much of it eating and lets be honest, I don’t go back to work until Monday, so I am still eating ALL the festive food. I always struggle with post-christmas food leftovers – we always have turkey curries, turkey fried rice, christmas toasties, turkey noodles (you
My friends always joke that all I seem to do is eat when I am back in HK. I can’t say that they’re wrong because aside from taking photos of the buildings and cute things, food is definitely a big part of HK culture and one that I am more than happy to take part