Yummylicious! Tokyo!
Japan

Yummylicious! Tokyo!

Dining in Japan is an incredible experience. In Tokyo, it is a blast.
Unfortunately, I have only one stomach and one mouth and it is impossible to eat in every single restaurant in the city. However, the adventurous heart may always get you to yet another, amazing place, around the corner. Continue reading

Yummylicious! Macau!
Macau

Yummylicious! Macau!

Macau is a small town but it’s amazingly filled with great food. It is impossible to list out all the delicious places – but I do have a list of personal favorite, some of them are famous, some of them are intimate and ‘secretive’. Once a Portuguese colony, Macau is a southern Chinese community that serves brilliant Portuguese cuisine with a Chinese cooking touch – the end result of the combo is exponential. Continue reading

Yummylicious! Lima!
Peru

Yummylicious! Lima!

The food, signature dishes, and the World’s Best Restaurants in the culinary paradise Lima.
Forgive me, that I had absolutely no idea about the culinary status of Peru in the world until a month before my visit. People said Peruvian cuisine is “the fruit of a long embrace that combines people from all over the world”. Well, the embrace continued and welcomed me with loving arms. Continue reading

Yummylicious! Osaka!
Japan

Yummylicious! Osaka!

A memoir of my food and shopping experience in Osaka, arguably the food capital of Japan. Why is the underground mall in Umeda like a maze? Where to eat great Tempura? Where to shop in Dotombori til your legs fall out? Which local foods are originated in Osaka? Do you dare puffer fish? Do you want to know how amazing souffle pancakes are? Let’s find out! Continue reading

Yummylicious! Chiang Mai!
Thailand

Yummylicious! Chiang Mai!

Exploring, shops, hotels, art museums and some new, hip restaurants in Chiang Mai, Thailand! I decided to write about something completely unrelated: Yummylicious – food in Chiangmai; and not about street food, but some new hip places that could enrich your trip to the northern Thailand apart from seeing the famous Wat Phra That Doi Suthep, Night Market, or Doi Inthanon National Park. Continue reading