Perhaps it is because Seng Cheong is featured in almost every single guide about Macao ever published.
Japanese food is ubiquitous in Hong Kong, which makes Kokon's inventive offerings uniquely refreshing.
Hankering for a taste of Down Under but don't feel like crossing the pond?
As the weather chills, diners all over China will be heading to restaurants where the meal will start with a huge bubbling pot of hot soup.
Religion and ancient customs all play a part when the Chinese opted for a meatless meal in the past. But now, the reasons are often much closer to heart.
A new eating trend is popping up on the doorstep of the Peking duck, and it has nothing to do with meat, but plenty to do with a generation of young, rich, health-conscious consumers.
Some home-made dishes in the autumn with detailed recipes.
From the proliferating coffee shops in the big cities to the coffee machines slowly infiltrating households, the home of tea is rapidly giving way to java, mocha, latte and the like.
Fancy a free feast? Would it be great if you are the one who decides which style of cuisine to try out? Join our gourmet tour in Beijing and you’ll get the chance to take on a free taste-bud journey with our editor in different renowned restaurants in the capital.
These culinary scenes from the literary classic A Dream of Red Mansions are about to come to life.
Reports of Chinese mitten crabs invading rivers in Germany and Great Britain are prompting calls for them to be imported into China as a seasonal delicacy.
A crab (pangxie in Mandarin) sheds its shell about 30 times during its life from a larva to an adult. Every time it becomes bigger and stronger.