Green Common is a vegan friendly restaurant selling plant based foods and alternatives to meat. Last week, my friends visited Hong Kong and as they are vegan, we all pretty much lived in Green Common. There are several branches around Hong Kong, including a concession in Kowloon Tong, Festival Walk (Taste). In Kowloon Tong, you…… Continue reading Green Common Restaurant Review, Hong Kong
I visited Sai Kung today as I had a week day off. I really recommend going in the week as it is so much quieter and you won’t get stuck on the mini bus! A lot of the shops are closed by I just wanted a wander.
I recently discovered that Air BnB offer something called “experiences”. This could be someone taking you on a tour, teaching you a cooking class or perhaps even doing a photoshoot. I checked several of these out online and many of them offered a similar route/ tour to the one that I always take my friends…… Continue reading Hong Kong Air BnB Experience
Donguri Republic is a store dedicated to all things Ghibli. In Hong Kong, there are two locations. The first is in Harbour City, Tsim Sha Tsui. The second is in Times Square, Causeway bay. I had friends visiting who are both Ghibli fans, so I ended up going to both stores last week. The stores…… Continue reading Donguri Republic Hong Kong
Yesterday we had an adventure in Central Hong Kong which led to lots of photography. Here are some of my favourite shots! Wishing you a happy and prosperous year of the pig! Thanks for reading! Kung Hei Fat Choi!
Here is how I made a quick vegan fish and chips at home. I achieved similar results to the typical British take away style. Firstly peel potatoes. I didn’t choose a specific type, I just used up what I had. Slice according to the size you want..I wanted thick hand cut chips style. If you’re…… Continue reading DIY Vegan Fish and Chips
I’ve read that in Japan at the end of the year, people take part in “oosouji” or “big cleaning”. Post Christmas and New Year is the perfect time to do so as we all acquire too much and there is a build up of chores after two weeks of relaxing. The Chinese have a similar…… Continue reading Oosouji