The star of Baro’s new rooftop patio is always going to be the space itself. As the sun slipped into the cracks of Toronto’s west end, and the downtown windows lit up, the Baro’s rooftop came alive with that magical glow, and you felt in the moment that something special was about to happen. Continue reading Baro’s Rooftop Patio Launches in Toronto, Canada
The key to understanding street food in Mexico City is to understand that a taco is a loose concept, like a pizza or a sandwich, with infinite variations, that resemble each other no more than long lost cousins. Continue reading The 5 Best Street Foods in Mexico City
Roma is one of my favorite spots in Mexico City, a washed up art deco neighbourhood, once covered in graffiti, twice rocked by earthquakes, and now half-gentrified and made famous by a Hollywood movie that portrayed the colourful streets in monotone. Continue reading My 10 favorite things to do in Roma, Mexico City
When I first moved to Mexico, I was broke. Not like, I was only eating tacos and drinking six packs of beer and staying in hostel dorm rooms, I mean literally, I had no money. I was young, in my twenties, and I had saved a few hundred dollars in cash doing odd jobs after winning a scholarship to write a book, which I never … Continue reading El Balcon de Zocalo Restaurant – Centro Historico, Mexico City
There’s thousands of us, and we’re all lined up for tables, every day in every city in the world, waiting to get our teeth into the perfect pork bun… Continue reading Tim Ho Wan: In search of an authentic (barbecue pork bun) experience in the margins of Hong Kong.
The first bite of the pork and crab bao at Jia Jia Tang Bao will confirm what you had felt, intuitively, the moment you saw the restaurant’s unassuming facade… Continue reading Lost in Translation at Jia Jia Tang Bao
Shanghai rests like a hungry baby, at mouth of the Yangtze River, waiting to be fed. Its culinary traditions shaped by the meeting of south and north China… Continue reading The 5 Best Street Foods in Shanghai