Li Bai Chinese Restaurant

Li Bai Chinese Restaurant

Century Egg with Vinegar Ginger (S$8++)

I’ve always wanted to go to Li Bai – It’s one of those restaurants that seem to have been around for the longest time yet never had the chance to visit.

Located in the Sheraton Towers along Scotts Road, the venerable Cantonese restaurant is the flagship of the hotel. With heightened expectations, we went for lunch. Unfortunately, from what we had that day, I did not quite feel like it warrants a return visit. Perhaps I should have ordered from the dim sum ala carte menu or the ala carte menu instead of their set lunches. If I were to re-visit Li Bai, I would order straight from either of those menus.

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Liberty Private Works (Hong Kong)

Liberty Private Works (Hong Kong)

Last year, during my last trip to  Hong Kong, I had my best meal at Liberty Private Works. It just so happened that a friend of mine (@3starbackpacker) asked on Twitter about the current whereabouts of Chef Makoto Ono. I did some digging and found the following information and thought that I might as well share the it with my readers.

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REDD Restaurant (Napa Valley)

REDD Restaurant (Napa Valley)

So, this is my first post on the Napa Valley, California. Napa Valley – I’ve missed you so; The breath of fresh air, a respite from the hustle and bustle of San Francisco (AND Singapore) and the food and oh, the wines and their pairings. Redd is helmed by Executive Chef Richard Reddington, who has worked in the kitchens of high-profile restaurants such as Park Avenue Café, Rubicon, Spago Beverly Hills, Jardinière, and Auberge du Soleil and counts Daniel Boulud and Wolfgang Puck as his mentors. P.s. No need for guesses as to where the name of the restaurant came from. 

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