Skewers of Yakitori at Tokyo’s Memory Lane (or Piss Alley)

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Having wandered around, and walked probably the distance of a marathon that day in Tokyo, I needed to sit down for an evening snack. We were in the always bustling business and shopping district of Shinjuku, and after just stepping out of a posh department store (like you always seem to come out of and […]

The Ultimate Tokyo Travel Guide for Food Lovers

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Tokyo, Japan’s mega city, should be on the radar for anyone who loves food. It’s often considered the one of the world’s capitals of dining, and far outdoes any other city in the world when it comes to the number of official registered restaurants in the city – the staggering number, 160,000 restaurants (source) – […]

Kuala Lumpur Travel Guide for Food Lovers

Kuala Lumpur travel guide for food lovers

The famous duo of Petronas Towers probably pop up in your mind when you think about Kuala Lumpur… …And while the Petronas Towers are pretty sweet to check out (I stared at them for about 30 minutes on my first visit, then got some street food and ate while looking at them), there are also […]

For the love of Bibimbap (돌솥 비빔밥)

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Immediately after licking that glorious bowl of sundubu jjigae clean, I decided to go for restaurant number two. I had about 30 more minutes before I had to head back to the Seoul-Incheon Airport and decided to check out a famous spot that I had heard about, but hadn’t had the chance to eat at […]

VIDEO: Thai basil chicken recipe (cooking Thai food!)

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(Here’s the link to the video: http://youtu.be/OV5fQ6EHFyk) When in University, I used to do a lot of cooking. But then, as I began traveling full time, cooking became less and less a part of my life. That is until settling in Thailand, where I finally had the facility to cook again! I love to cook, […]