Blog Category - Food

R Get Your Craving Fixed with Online Coffee Delivery, Coffee Box
Even though there are many reasons to head outside and enjoy this breezy spring (on the good days, that is), laziness coupled with the convenience
G'Day Mate! Little Boat Sizzles Up Street Food Style Australian Steaks at UTown
Skipping the tired trope of throwing shrimp onto the barbie, newly opened Little Boat instead opts for something with a little more bite, sizzling
How to Bring Packed Lunch to the Office
A well-prepared packed lunch at the office is often a sign that you have your shit together, but it's a wellknown fact that functioning well enoug
R EAT: Annie's Wine Dinner, Opera Bombana Dine and Wine, The Second Hutong Food Week April 1-9
It seems like this week is the time to wine and dine, with two wine pairing dinners setting themselves apart as go-to events for foodies this week
R Six Breakfast Items you Must Try in Beijing
Whether you’re hiking the Great Wall or exploring the hutongs, starting your day with a good breakfast is essential when traveling in Beijing.
R Funky La Galleria Revamped Menu, Eating Art Around Art
On a recent second visit to the art gallery-cum-restaurant space Galleria in the b
First Glance: Comforting, Healthy Dishes on Offer at new eatery Home Grounds
Earlier in March, I blogged about the...
R Is Beijing's Bread Safe? A Look at Convenience Store Pastries Says No
Food safety is again back in the spotlight after a Shanghai bakery was shut down by city authorities after it was discovered to have used expired
Mandarin Monday: How To Survive China As a Vegetarian (or on Meat-Free Mondays)
Telling Chinese people that you don’t eat meat is often met with 莫名其妙地望着 (mòmíngqímiào de w
DP Beijing's Excellent Okra 1949 Has a Hong Kong Sibling: Okra Kitchen
Whenever anyone asks me what my favorite Japanese restaurant in Beijing is, Okra 1949 in
P.S. We Ate You March/April 2017 Edition
Every issue, we like to shine a spotlight on the most delicious dishes we’ve stumbled upon recently. Chow down!
Head to Antlers on Fangjia Hutong for a Gratifying and Homely Matching of Taiwanese Gua Bao and Beer
Antlers, despite its cozy space and even tighter kitchen, or perhaps because of it, i
Street Eats: We Tried The Popular Chinese Pastries Baoshifu, And They Are…Meh
Since we were disappointed to find...
Top 10 Fake Myths About Food That You Should Know (Part 1)
If you've lived in Beijing long enough, you've probably heard the rumors that “fensi noodles and seaweed are made of plastic,” “eating crab an