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Tiny Urban Kitchen by Jennifer Che - 2w ago

I have been intrigued to try Sushi Masataka for some time now for several reasons. One, very trusted sources indicated that this restaurant was fantastic, arguably one of the best sushi places in Hong Kong. Second, Sushi Masataka Hong Kong (previously Rozan) has won numerous awards, including the bragging rights of being the first Japanese...

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Greetings from Thailand! Bryan and I spent the Chinese New Year holiday in Thailand this past February. We spent the first half of the week at a resort in a small fishing village about 3 hours outside of Bangkok. We finished off the trip by spending the weekend exploring the food scene in Bangkok. Our...

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Hello Singapore! It’s been five years since I last visited Singapore, so I was excited to experience some more of this richly diverse and vibrant island when I visited in November. Singapore is famous for its hawker stalls. In fact, the Michelin Guide has awarded two hawker stalls with a Michelin star, and 28 out...

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Causeway Bay is a mecca for Japanese food. There is a whole street seemingly devoted to ramen, yet another teeming with Japanese dessert shops. Yakitori, yakiniku, soba, udon, sushi, tempura, matcha sweets, kakigori, you name it, it’s in Causeway Bay. In fact, the choices are a bit overwhelming. In fact, a simple search for Japanese...

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The post Firebird Japanese Grill & Bar Causeway Bay appeared first on Tiny Urban Kitchen.

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I very well may have found my favorite sandwich in Wan Chai. I’ve always been partial to the Vietnamese banh mi. I love how the Vietnamese took a French sandwich and added their own vibrant twist to it. The French first introduced the basic French bread loaf to the Vietnamese in the early 20th century...

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The post Let Petit Saigon Wan Chai – Best Banh Mi in Hong Kong appeared first on Tiny Urban Kitchen.

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Hong Kong is one of the densest cities in the world. On the one hand, the crowds can be overwhelming. On the other hand, it means that there are endless places to discover, even within a very small area. Despite having lived in Wan Chai for over a year, I am still discovering (almost on...

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The post 1963 Tree Taiwanese Restaurant Wan Chai appeared first on Tiny Urban Kitchen.

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I still remember being stunned by the beauty of Hong Kong’s verdant hills and seemingly endless ocean views after moving to Hong Kong. I distinctly remember thinking “this really looks like Hawaii!.” Like many tourists, I only knew of Hong Kong’s tall skyscrapers, crowded streets, and vast shopping and eating opportunities – not a lush...

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The post Lamma Rainbow Hong Kong – Seafood dinner plus a hike appeared first on Tiny Urban Kitchen.

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There are a few “musts” that tourists tend to do when visiting Hong Kong. One is visit Victoria Peak. Another is to see the famous Hong Kong skyline from Tsim Sha Tsui Promenade. And another is to have afternoon tea at the Peninsula Hotel, probably Hong Kong’s most famous hotel. This famous, beautifully elegant hotel...

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Despite the plethora of excellent Spanish restaurants in Wan Chai (there are so many options!), we still appreciate trying new ones because menus don’t change that frequently here in Hong Kong (at least compared to Boston). It’s hard to go back to the same restaurant – even if you really like the food – because...

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The post Sueño Wan Chai – Spanish with a twist of fusion [Sueno Wan Chai] appeared first on Tiny Urban Kitchen.

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Why did we wait a year before venturing out and trying Mexican food in Hong Kong? We had been under the impression for a long time that Hong Kong was weak in Mexican food. As a result, we went almost a whole year without eating any Mexican food in Hong Kong. It’s no coincidence that...

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The post 11 Westside Kennedy Town – Hong Kong appeared first on Tiny Urban Kitchen.

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