I wouldn’t call eating food covered in mountains of chillies and Sichuan peppers the daintiest of meals, but we had lots of fun dining here.
Taiwanese bar at the foot of the Rialto Tower serving pretty good dumplings, buns and more.
Incredibly simple recipe for making cold brew Jasmine tea and Oolong tea. Yes… teas can be brewed cold!
Home recipe for a very cleansing Cantonese-style steamed chicken dish. This recipe was passed down to me from a Cantonese household.
Simon is a bit of an institution in Melbourne’s Peking duck world. I visit here to see how it compares with his previous venture, Old Kingdom.
Shanghai Street Dumpling is a no-frills eatery in Melbourne’s CBD that boasts long dinner queues even at 6pm. Quite a delicious feed.
Home recipe for lor mai fun (糯米饭 – lotus leaf wrapped sticky rice with chicken), a popular yum cha dish. It’s also called lor mai gai (糯米鸡).
Hainanese Chicken Rice (海南鸡饭) is a signature Singapore hawker dish of poached chicken with fragrant rice, served with a tangy chilli sauce.
A whirlwind tour of Melbourne places that Fatboo takes visitors to. (Auction Rooms, L’atelier by Monsieur Truffe, Cheerio, Old Kingdom)