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The Guide to Hong Kong's 8 Best Coffee Shops

If youre used to buckling down and working for several hours in a coffee shop, you may run into some trouble in Hong Kong. Unlike American coffee shops, those in Hong Kong are...  more »

Pho Burritos and Boba Horchata: Cris and John Blends Mexican Fare and Vietnamese Street Food

Two months ago, Cristina Mendez and John Pham opened their first restaurant together. At the ripe age of 23, the couple decided to bring together the culinary bests of both of...  more »

The Newest Nightlife Trend in NYC? Omakase Cocktail Bars

New York City has a well-deserved reputation for being the epicenter of the craft cocktail movement. For decades, imbibers in search of a timeless Manhattan, a well-balanced Cosmo...  more »

Bill Kim hoping Olympics will shed new light on Korean cuisine

With the winter Olympics officially opening Friday, Chef Bill Kim will be serving up some Olympic-inspired dishes at his Chicagourbanbelly and bellyQ restaurants for the kick-off....  more »

02/12/2018

Beyond the Plate

Tags: Asian, Street FoodSource: Msn

Singapore's vibrant street food culture

1/29 SLIDES Reuters Singapore's vibrant street food culture Located in southeast Asia, Singapore enchants visitors for a lot of reasons, and one of them is the delicious food that...  more »

09/25/2017

Sweet Talk

Tags: Asian, Dessert, Food TrendsSource: www.eater.com

Milky, Icy Patbingsoo Is the Perfect Dessert for the End of Summer

In Koreatown's modern culture, there isn't a more beloved or frequented after-dinner dessert than patbingsoo. The sweet shaved ice dish almost always starts with a dose of red...  more »

You can now go "bingsu and chill" at Snowbing, the newest Korean dessert cafe!

And with the rising popularity of shaved ice Korean dessert called Bingsu, Snowbing is the perfect place for Pinoys to hangout and chill. Basically the Korean version of our own...  more »

09/11/2017

Beyond the Plate

Tags: Asian, Food TrendsSource: www.eater.com

Eating One of South Korea's Sweetest Snacks in NYC

In a return to New York City, K-Town host Matthew Kang goes to Oiji, one of the best practitioners of modern Korean cuisine in the city. He first marvels at the restaurant's...  more »

Korean Scientists Are Making Kimchi Less Smelly For Westerners

Kimchi is synonymous with South Korea. Though it's only a side dish, the mix of fermented vegetables and spices is so common in Korean households that a South Korean-born chef once...  more »

Canal street food marketing opening in NYC New York City

The Canal Street Market Brings the Upscale Food Court to Chinatown

Does New York need another upscale food hall? The developer behind the Canal Street Market certainly thinks so, at least in his neck of downtown. A 12,000-square-foot space, the...  more »

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