Welcome. I’m lucky to live in one of the world’s great food cities, Hong Kong, where I write about our incredibly rich and diverse culinary culture. I also write about global restaurants, hotels, luxury travel and more for platforms including CNN.com, BBC Travel, Cathay Pacific's Discovery magazine and many more.


My Tai Tai: The definition of hubris

  10/16    Hong Kong

My Tai Tai in Central was one of four – count ’em – restaurants under Harlan Goldstein – until he was abruptly removed from the project


Adelaide: The sleeper capital

  10/16    Australia

Adelaide is an unexpected treat, showing that outside of Australia’s most well known state capitals there’s still a huge amount to enjoy – even before you hit some of the world’s finest wine country


Daniel Boulud Interview: From Lyon to the Lion City

  10/16    Singapore

Daniel Boulud may be one of the world’s most successful and renowned chefs, but the boy from Lyon is down-to-earth in the extreme – and a blissfully spin-free interviewee.


Hinokizaka, Ritz Carlton Tokyo: Master at Work

  10/16    Japan

Hinokizaka in the Ritz Carlton, Tokyo, brings together masters in four separate styles of Japanese cuisine – with the teppanyaki a mesmerizing demonstration of technique.


Raging Bull, Manila: Raising the steaks

  09/16    Philippines

Raging Bull in Manila serves up some of the best steaks in a very long time in surroundings straight from the set of Mad Men – even if De Niro is the inspiration.


Black Gold: My feature on Caviar for Billionaire Magazine

  09/16    Hong Kong

Salt-cured fish eggs of the Acipenseridae family maybe wouldn’t rate as the highest end of culinary produce if it wasn’t for a more enticing name taken from the Persian word Khāg-āvar, as well as a number of famous fans. The renowned bon vivant James Bond, in 1965’s Thunderball, ordered Veuve Clicquot Rosé and US$400 worth …