For the past several years, I had a blast pretending to be a fortune teller for the Food and Beverage industry, predicting pseudo trends and dreaming of what would be our industry a year later. It was never meant to be taken to the first degree nor I intended it to be; it was just … Read more

HOFEX 2013 – Hong Kong

May 11th, 2013 | Posted by greg in Daily life... - (0 Comments)

Done! Four days of HOFEX are finally over… HOFEX is one of these hospitality industry fair where you can virtually find everything and anything you need, ranging from wine to black truffle, passing by incredible machines to break eggs or make odd looking waffles. During the four days, the Culinary Classics features a range of … Read more

10 food trends to watch in 2013

January 5th, 2013 | Posted by greg in Daily life... - (11 Comments)

No one can predict the future, neither can I. But according to what I see happening in our kitchens and in other places in town, and after having read a few reports on food trends in other countries, I thought I’d give my 10 cents worth on what I think major food trends will be … Read more

I wouldn’t know where to start with the unbelievable lifelong passion Chef Michel Roux has under his belt. The list is so long that you may want to read his wikipedia profile, and please be seated and ready to be blown away – Michel Roux is nothing short of a living legend. As a pastry … Read more

TREND: Is Italian the new French?

April 20th, 2012 | Posted by greg in Daily life... - (10 Comments)

They are popping up like mushroom after the rain: Italian restaurants are definitely gaining ground with the latest addition of Mario Batali’s Lupa to the already very good Italian scene of Hong Kong… You name it, from the 3-Michelin starred Otto-e-mezzo by Umberto Bombana to the more casual and nonetheless excellent Linguini Fini who made … Read more

Last night, I had the luck to be invited for dinner at the very creative Bo Innovation restaurant, holder of two Michelin Stars, headed by “Demon” Chef Alvin Leung. And even more lucky me, I was seating at a table together with Chef Jordi Puigvert, owner of Sweet’n’Go, teacher, Sosa demo chef and much more, … Read more

The phone just rang! And we are thrilled to keep 3 Michelin stars in both of our restaurant Lung King Heen, led by Chef Chan Yan Tak and Caprice, led by Chef Vincent Thierry in the 2012 Michelin Guide Hong Kong.  I guess a little tap on the shoulder is well deserved for everyone. The … Read more

It has been a while since I wanted to feature Suz on this blog. I have been working with Suzanna Chu for years and it’s only recently that I discovered her motivation for very noble causes – and on top of that, Suz has an incredible eye for food styling + it taste fresh, clean … Read more

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