WINNIE EATS: STAX DINER

As soon as I spotted a picture of fried chicken and waffles appear on instagram, I knew I had to check out Stax Diner when I was next in London. My sister and I ordered…

MANGO PUDDING

Mango pudding is a well known Hong Kong dessert. In some restaurants in HK, it’s often served as a complimentary dessert but it’s actually been a long time since this was offered to me. It’s…

GOODIES

I am a sucker for cute snacks and of course, when my family visit HK, they always bring back some essential treats. Among some of the things include Chinese pastries and cookies, traditional candy (Dragon…

LOVELY LONDON

London is just 1hr 30mins away by train so it’s no surprise that I find myself visiting quite often. My visits are usually a mix of catching up with friends, food, coffee, shopping and Art…

CNY 2014

Hello Year of the Horse! Chinese New Year is a big deal in our house and most Chinese follow different variations of traditions – some stricter than others! In our house, the past few weeks…

SNACK TIME

Japanese snacks and candy have always been firm favourites in our household, with Pocky and Pretz a particular favourite of mine. When I was in HK last Summer I found some Wasabi Pretz and made…

WINNIE EATS: FESTIVE FOOD

Hot pot at my Cousins. Plenty of seafood this year! Our usual Christmas lunch and then dinner at my grandmas. The kid’s table is definitely where it’s at! Boxing day started with  turkey toasties and…

WINNIE EATS: SEARCY’S

When Searcys invited me along to an evening to sample their new restaurant at Selfridges, Birmingham I couldn’t wait. I eagerly jumped on the train after work and made my way to their new space,…

WINNIE EATS: TONKATSU

Introducing a little restaurant in Hong Kong which is value for money as well as being a place that my hard-to-please dad actually approved of. Located in the heart of Causeway Bay, Saboten is easily…