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  1. Juliana Loh

    Posted Jul 14th 2011, 12:00am

    ... Juliana Loh Kui-fung works in the hotel industry, originally comes from Singapore and arrived in Hong Kong just four months ago after a four-year stint in Beijing. Loh is half Singaporean and half Javanese. Her interest in food was sparked from an early a ...

  2. Bright direction

    Posted Jan 08th 2012, 12:00am

    ... Susan Jung Anyone who's visited Thailand knows of the bright, vivid colours that can be found in the food markets and at street stalls; the Thais eat with their eyes as well as their mouths, and even at the cheapest places, food is made to look as at ...

  3. Lasting Manchu influence

    Posted Nov 30th 2011, 12:00am

    ... and Niushebing, a wheat floor cake. There are a number of famous restaurants in Shenyang that serve traditional Northeastern and Manchu dishes. One of the better-known is Lao Bian Dumplings, established in the mid 19th century. Lao Bian serves small dumpling platters with a wide range of fillings, most involving pickled vegetables and pork, but also beef, lamb and vegetarian options. The restaurant ...

  4. Exotic tastes

    Posted May 02nd 2004, 12:00am by Susan Jung

    ... Susan Jung A recent visit to Luang Prabang in Laos yielded some surprisingly delicious food: excellent grilled sausages (some made with buffalo) seemed to be available everywhere; salads and soups perfumed with juniper (juniper berries are used to make gin) and lots of fresh watercress in salads. The local food market is huge and fascinating. There were unusual items such as fried ...

  5. Eat street

    Posted Jun 20th 2010, 12:00am by Susan Jung

    ... in Thailand, Malaysia, Vietnam, Laos, Cambodia and Britain (where he's from). He calls Singapore his 'street food mecca' but his adopted country doesn't fare badly. O'Sullivan ...

  6. Hub cooks up melting pot of tastes

    Posted Aug 30th 2011, 12:00am

    ... but the most famous location is Lao Tong Cheng restaurant in Hankou district. Wuhan is also known for its spicy noodles and night markets. Ximen Night Market, down an alley off Lumo Road in Wuchang ...

  7. Rainbow of variety in Thai cuisine tempts taste buds

    Posted Aug 12th 2003, 12:00am by Anthony Woo

    ... There are influences from Myanmar and Laos. A khan toke dinner has diners sitting on the floor enjoying an art performance while they enjoy delicacies on a low circular table set with various dishes. The favoured rice is glutinous and is formed into balls that are dipped in sauces and other foods. There is a pronounced Lao influence in the northeast cuisine. Rivers provide fish and people eat ...

  8. Swinging capital city has the goods to rock all night

    Posted May 19th 2006, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... and Saturdays. Right next to the Huang Cheng Lao Ma Hot Pot Palace, on Second Ring Road South, is a string of nightclubs led by the Babi Club, all full to bursting every night of the week. The Babi Club ...

  9. Sichuan- land of the mouth-numbing pepper hot pot

    Posted May 05th 2006, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... kidneys into the boiling pot, adding a plate of bamboo shoots and cucumbers. She stirs and licks the soup off her chopsticks. This is Lao Ma Tou Hot Pot Palace on Yulin Street North in Chengdu. ...

  10. Food

    Posted Apr 09th 2009, 12:00am by Susan Jung

    ... Saturday and Sunday 9am-midnight Signature dishes: Paneer tikki patties, chilli garlic shrimp, five-spiced squid. $$$ La Cuisine de Mekong (Thai, Vietnamese, Laos, Cambodian, Myanmar) 2/F, 15 ...




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