Veal Escalope with a Lemon and Butter Sauce

This veal escalope recipe is extremely easy and simple to whip up, in 15 minutes. The buttery sauce is light and lifted nicely from the citrus lemony notes, with fresh parsley undertones.  The sauce also works really well with pork chops…  quick and easy Scaloppine al Limone aka veal escalope with lemon, butter and white wine sauce.  Continue reading

Sohofama | wholesome Chinese food

Sohofama

Sohofama is a thoughtfully arranged marriage between the Sai Yin Pun based team at Locofama and GOD lifestyle brand. Taking a spacious ground floor unit at PMQ on the Bridges Street side, they offer a carefully crafted seasonal menu with heavy emphasis on boasting hormone free, antibiotic free, locally sourced, organic, free range, grass fed sourced ingredients. With ingredients that meet the above criteria, the menu has been designed to make the most of the ‘essence’ of flavours which is only possible to show case when working with quality fresh ingredients. Continue reading

Alfresco Dim Sum Dining, with a Seaview

For the those of us who share the need of getting out this urban jungle on the weekends, Sha Ha beach is a secret haven. Its sands are not quite as fine or golden as found in Dai Long Wan further north in Sai Kung, but it is an easy to reach spot to enjoy a excellent day out. Whilst it is most known for the water sports centers clustered in the middle of the beach, we fell in love with it for the alfresco dim sum offered at Beach Cuisine AND because the whole area is the most dog friendly part Hong Kong we have ever stumbled across.

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ABC Kitchen, Sheung Wan

Friday night in Hong Kong puts out an abundance of indulgent food offerings, from the sinfully extravagant to the wallet guilt free fixes. Somewhere inbetween this spread sits what you get with a visit to the ABC kitchen restaurant in the cooked food market at 1 Queen Street, Sheung Wan.

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