• Hong Kong
  • Café Gray Deluxe: Hong Kong

    food blogger, Melbourne blogger, foodie, food & travel, food & travel blogger, Helen Newman, Alison Newman, Cafe Gray, Cafe Gray Deluxe, Upper House, Upperhouse, Hong Kong, Cafe Grey, Cafe Grey Deluxe, Morton's, The Marriott Hotel, Victoria Harbour, brunch, micro salad, 49th floor, duck cottage pie, mimosa, blood orange mimosa, papaya, mango, papaya & mango salad

    What a shame Geoff and I found Café Gray Deluxe too late as we loved it and had we found it earlier we most definitely would have returned. Geoff had it on his list of ‘places to eat’ but we stupidly saved it for our last day in Hong Kong. We could have kicked ourselves […]

  • Weekly Treats
  • This week’s sweet treats : 24/10/2014

    Food blogger, food bloggers, foodie, mother & daughter food bloggers, mother & daughter, Coffee Amo, coffee art, coffee Amo art, 3D coffee art, Malaysia, Malaysian coffee, Americano, Kuala Lumur, Kuala Lumpur coffee, Hong Kong, mooncakes, mooncake festival, chocolate mooncake, Bergamote, Bergamote creperie, Bergamote salon de the, crepes, galettes, creperie St.Malo, St.Malo, Brittany, Brittany Ferries, Philippe Bpuvier, Bouvier chocolates, chocolatier, le clubhouse, les ormes, golf club les ormes, restaurant les ormes, les ormes brittany, macaron, chocolate macaron, Artisan Cafe, chichester, West sussex, yogurt & berry cake, yogurt & berry,

    What better way to start your Friday than with our weekly round-up of some of the many sweet treats we’ve eaten this week. Here’s five of our favourites! Clockwise from L-R 1. This was delicious. A moist chocolate sponge with a gooey chocolate topping, whipped cream in a shot glass and all drizzled with caramel […]

  • Hong Kong
  • Eating my way round Hong Kong

    Good news foodies, I’m going to give you the low-down on Hong Kong’s best local eats to give you a taste of what this incrEDIBLE city has to offer. After my unfortunate incident with a parasite which left me hospitalalized, you would have thought I’d be off local eats, but those who have travelled Asia know […]

  • Hong Kong
  • Exploring Hong Kong at the Mooncake Festival

    Exploring Hong Kong, where do I start? I love local events as they offer the perfect opportunity to explore a country’s culture, so when I read about the Mooncake festival I penciled it in to my imaginary near non-existent itinerary. A festival named after a cake – this I just HAD to attend! I had hoped to arrive in […]