Pho is a Vietnamese café. Well, two now actually. The original one opened in Clerkenwell in 2005, after its English owners wanted to bring Vietnamese food to London, and there’s a second branch near Oxford Circus. This is the one I visited…
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Posted in dining out, English, food, healthy, ingredient, London, meat, noodles, restaurant, restaurant review, travel, traveleating, Vietnamese, tagged dining out, eating out, England, food, London, noodles, pho, restaurant, restaurant review, travel, traveleating, Vietnamese on July 12, 2008| 4 Comments »
Posted in cafe, Cantonese, China, Chinese, cooking, dining out, England, food, London, meat, noodles, restaurant, restaurant review, seafood, tagged Chinese, food, HK Diner, London Chinatown, meat, noodles, restaurant, restaurant reviews, seafood on March 23, 2008| 4 Comments »
It’s been several years since I last ate at HK Diner in Chinatown. The last time was for a quick dinner with my mother, and she told me never to eat there again after we were served some really tough, gristly, fatty char siu pork. But I went back recently with my Chinese teacher and foodie friend, as she eats there on a regular basis…
Posted in cooking, food, healthy, ingredient, Italian, Italy, noodles, pasta, recipes, vegetarian, tagged cooking, egg-free, food, fresh pasta, ingredients, Italian, Italy, noodles, pasta, recipes, vegetarian on February 27, 2008| 15 Comments »
Here, finally, after a bit of nagging on my part, is a recipe from my vegetarian husband and chef of the house, for fresh egg-free pasta (or Asian noodles). It’s the culmination of weeks of testing with the new pasta machine, which in turn was the result of our recent foodie trip to Bologna, Italy.
Posted in Chinese, condiment, cooking, dining out, fish, food, ingredient, meat, noodles, recipes, seafood, tagged Chinese condiment, Chinese cooking, dining out, fish, food, meat, noodles, recipes, seafood, XO sauce on December 13, 2007| 10 Comments »
My friend Lau Wing Suan Joycelyn in Hong Kong has been busy again, with a recipe for Chinese fried rice noodles. Rice noodles (also known as Chinese vermicelli) are so delicious and versatile. Soon I’ll be able to hold a dinner party with all the recipes she’s shared with me!
Posted in afternoon tea, breakfast, Chinese, dessert, dim sum, dining out, dumplings, England, food, London, Michelin star, noodles, restaurant, restaurant review, seafood, vegetarian, tagged afternoon tea, Alan Yau, cakes, Chinese, dim sum, dining out, dumplings, England, food, London, meat, Michelin star, noodles, seafood, vegetarian, Yauatcha on December 4, 2007| 1 Comment »