Japan is one of the best places in the world to have crab and their love for it is apparent nearly everywhere you go. Typically eaten in winter, some of the country’s finest crab can be found right here in Hokkaido. From the snow crabs to the king crabs to the hairy crabs to the thorny crabs, the variety and freshness of crab on this island is second to none.
Exploring Lantau Island was something we didn’t want to miss. It’s a must for any first-time visitor to Hong Kong.
Located indoors, Tung Po isn’t a dai pai dong in the strictest sense but it does embody that same communal street food vibe. To me, this is what Hong Kong dining is all about.
Like a jolt of caffeine, it reminded us why we had gotten up so damn early to begin with. It reminded us that we were here to see dolphins. And that was something to get really excited about.
If you like seafood and don’t mind the soppy, fishy, often stinky conditions of an authentic wet market, then a visit to a dampa in the Philippines is a must.
Outside of seeing the cherry blossoms, eating sannakji or “live” octopus was the one thing I was most excited about on this trip. I couldn’t wait to try it.
A hot commodity since opening late last year, Green Pastures is Chef Rob’s foray into back-to-basics, farm-to-table dining.
It’s funny. Before this blog, I would never have been caught dead at a wet market.
Interesting food, fine wine, and a killer view to match. Not a bad way to spend your birthday eh?