Chinese

Canton Cafe (Kingsland, Auckland, New Zealand)

The last time I was here was roughly 10 years ago or to be precise 3759 days ago, that first time was in March of 2011, just nearly a year when I got hired by my current company. It was one of my first dine out experiences with our team...

Chinese Tomato Egg Stir-fry

Chinese Tomato Egg Stir-fry is a very common Chinese dish prepared in many homes in China, a simple preparation of stir-fried eggs and tomatoes usually served with rice and noodles. Many of you would never now that this dish that we have today is the most common dish in China,...

Chao Pat Chin

Chao Pat Chin is a Filipino Chinese dish of stir-fried vegetables, seafood, and meats. It is almost similar to chopseuy, but the cooking method used on this dish leaves the vegetables crisp and not overcooked. Chao Pat Chin or Chow Pat Chin may look like chopseuy but are there any...

Hey I am Yogost (Albany, North Shore City, New Zealand)

The last time we had this, it was in the city, from there we learned that fruity flavours are what’s best for yoghurt desserts or drinks that is why this time we will order the fruity ones and not the flavours like taro, coffee, brown pearl, red bean and pumpkin....

Tasty King Noodle (Henderson, Auckland, New Zealand)

I guess when I comes to noodle soup dishes the Japanese cuisine easily dominates this area because of their amazing ramen and udons, Vietnamese are quite popular too with their pho but did you know there are other Asian countries apart these two that makes greats noodle soup dishes and...

Mango Pudding, Lychee and Grass Jelly

Mango Pudding, Lychee and Grass Jelly is an Asian inspired dessert prepared with chilled and cubed fresh mangoes, mango pudding, lychee and grass jelly served with condensed milk and shaved ice. The first time I encountered grass jelly was when I lived in Malaysia, I remember I tried it because...

Chinese Pastry Roast Pork Puffs (Char Siu Sou)

Chinese Pastry Roast Pork Puffs is a Chinese snack dish prepared with seasoned roast pork wrapped in a lard-based pastry then baked till golden perfection. Puff Pastry may sound Western, but the Chinese have a similar food item in their cuisine called Sou. Sou basically is almost similar to the...