Yauatcha has been a safe go-to place for quick catch up or pre-tanking meals with friends, and I say this by the strength of their venison puffs.  That said, having tea and dessert at Yauatcha can be a pretty good experience too. The patisserie upstairs… View Post

My friend C wanted to catch up for dinner in Yauatcha and the night started off pretty badly. I arrived early and asked to be led to our table at the restaurant downstairs instead of waiting by the bar upstairs. When the server showed me… View Post

I think Alan Yau‘s casual, canteen-style ventures are pretty average. Busaba Eathai isn’t the best Thai in town (portions are a bit of a rip off too) and Wagamama is, quite frankly, meh. But when it comes to his Michelin-starred restaurants, you’re talking about a… View Post

Alan Yau has a collection of restaurants that serve dim sum and though I do feel that his selection is pretty much the same in his establishments (just with different price points and ambience) Yauatcha has always been a safe bet. However, recently my preference has geared… View Post

Hello, how ya doin? Can you believe it’s March? I can’t.It’s really been a crazy couple of weeks for me. I’ve been busy juggling and balancing work and social (blogger) life, and late nights have been slightly taking its toll on my health. However, inspired… View Post