[Eat] The famous Portugal Pastéis de Belém Egg Tart

The MUST eat pastel de nata/egg tart in Portugal.

Why? The reason to eat here is simple as this is the pastry restaurant, which holds the original receipt from Mosteiro dos Jerónimos, the originator for pastel de nata. If you are to compare the pastel de nata to the others selling along the streets in Lisbon, you will know that there is a real difference between the original and the “fake”. ** something is missing, and this is why it makes this egg tart so invincible .**

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[Eat] Spain, Segovia – The “Suckling pig” at José María Restaurant

There are 2 highly recommended restaurants for suckling pig in Segovia. In the end, we chose José María Restaurant for our lunch. We were ushered to our seats very quickly as our lunch reservation was done prior our arrival.

What makes the suckling pig special? It is the preparation for suckling pig. The moment you put the suckling pig and into your mouth, the meat actually ‘melt’. An interesting point to note, in this restaurant, the plate was used to cut the suckling pig which shows that the meat of the suckling pig is tender and crispy. (more…)

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[Eat] Hong Kong – G.O.D x Starbucks (Update:2017)

This G.O.D x Starbucks Café has been around, since 2009. The world’s first Starbucks Café that incorporated a “Bing Sutt” Corner is always crowded with tourists and locals to check out this interesting collaboration since it operates. And subsequently, a collaboration on Hong Kong Movie theme at Sai Yee Street was opened a few years later.

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[Eat] Best Egg Puff in Hong Kong, Shau Kei Wan

One of the top 10 must eat street food in Hong Kong, Egg Puff or Egg Waffle. This local street food could be found anywhere on the busy street in Hong Kong, aside from the famous Lee Keung Kee North Point Egg Waffles that is recommended in the Michelin street food guide, there are other stalls in town that should not be missed too.

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[Eat] Hong Kong, Peng Chau- Kee Sum Cafe

After having a walk at Peng Chau, it is time for a meal at the local restaurant. I’ve found this local café, Kee Sum Café, that was well-known among the locals.  Their review is above average too, especially the shrimp toast that was introduced. It is a common food, that was served in Dim Sum restaurants as an appetizer or snack. I am curious about how it would taste like and why people would want to patronize this café purely for the shrimp toast.

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