Eat Tokyo | Japanese in Holborn

October 23, 2014

Fancy some Japanese food that's not going to cost an arm and a leg or average-tasting either? Eat Tokyo is your answer! 

Eat Tokyo is a recent-ish discovery for me, perhaps in the last year or 2, and I have been going non-stop since. I believe it's been around for years and the queues have always been the same - crazy amount.

Viet Cafe | Vietnamese Cafe in Camberwell

October 21, 2014

This lovely little rustic Vietnamese cafe has been around for a few years and has become one of my favourite places to grab lunch at work, when I'm not bringing a packed lunch in.

They do a range of Banh-Mi's, grilled skewers of meat/prawns to go on rice or salad, Vietnamese curries and stews. On the menu, there is also the regular baguette and salad items but I come here for the Vietnamese eats.  

Hong Kong in 4 Days | Day 4

October 15, 2014

This is the 4th and final part of my "Hong Kong in 4 days" post, Day 4.

What to do on the last day in Hong Kong? I could easily write up a Day 5, 6, 7, & 8, but after a slight struggle, here's what I think would complete a trip for the best of HK. Day 1/2/3 can be found here, here and here.

Hong Kong in 4 Days | Day 3

This is the 3rd part of my “Hong Kong in 4 days” post, Day 3.

Day 1 & 2 can be found here & here.

Day 3

8.30am: Start the day nice and early at the Big Buddha on Lantau Island, alight at Tung Chung MTR for the Ngong Ping Cable Car ride to the big Buddha. Pre-book a single trip here, this can save you 1-2 hrs of queuing on the day. A return trip on the cable car isn't necessary. The cable car takes you to the bottom of the ‘village’, a strip containing touristy shops and restaurants and leading towards the Big Buddha. After your climb to the Big Buddha, make sure you have your ticket for a free vegetarian meal in their canteen.

Hong Kong in 4 Days | Day 2

October 14, 2014

This is the 2nd part of my “Hong Kong in 4 days” post, Day 2.
Day 1 can be found here.

Hong Kong in 4 Days | Day 1

October 13, 2014

Hong Kong is such a wonderful city, and whilst I might be biased since it is my second home, I honestly believe those who visit for the first time will want to come back again, and this is certainly true amongst my friends after their first visit. A city full of amazing food, shopping and a rich culture that is uniquely Hong Kong’s. 
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