HKK 2017 Summer Menu

Courtesy of HKK London  Written by Ed Expectations are high when you dine at a restaurant as well regarded as HKK. A Michelin star and strong history and reputation had me excited for my meal here, and dare I say it – the hype is real. Sitting down to try out their new Summer Menu, the eight courses revolve around…

Bubblewrap Waffles

Food courtesy of Bubblewrap Written by Reuben (@reubenwee91) Bubblewrap has been making the popular Hong Kong egg waffles in London since 2015 and has now officially opened a store at Wardour Street within Chinatown (Such a strategic and convenient location)! Tony and Sunny lead a small close-knit team with their venture. Incredibly inspiring people who…

Tang London

Meal courtesy of Tang London Eaten/ attended by Ed @onehungryasian  Tucked away near Tottenham Court Road – this Fitzrovia noodle bar is well worth seeking out to satisfy that noodle craving. In its small but comfortable setting, Tang’s menu encompasses everything from its small plates of dumplings, bao and fried chicken, to bowls of soupy…

Shikumen (O2 – Finchley)

Meal courtesy of Shikumen Attended and written by Luxmmi V Shikumen is one of the many restaurants in the o2 centre on Finchley Road. Whilst the centre itself is pretty standard, Shikumen’s sophisticated and smart interior stands out. We were there on Valentine’s Day meaning it was also pretty busy, although not overwhelmingly so. After…

HKK Chinese New Year Menu (2017)

Meal courtesy of HKK and Hakkasan Group Written by me! Michelin Star* This blog is no stranger to the Hakkasan Group, when it comes to giving recommendations, these restaurants have always been high on my list! (see posts on HKK, Yauatcha, Yauatcha City, Sake no Hana, Hakkasan). Chinese New Year is celebrated very well at HKK…

Shikumen (Finchley Road)

Meal courtesy of Shikumen Written by Reuben @reubenwee91, published by Steph Historical Background Shikumen, when directly translated, means “stone-framed door”. In a broader context, the Shikumen actually refers to a type of architectural characteristic that originated from Shanghai, defined by the stone walls and gates of a Shikumen house. Although shikumen houses are a  part…

Chinese Cricket Club – Dim Sum Masterclass

Courtesy of Chinese Cricket Club Attended and written by Ed @onehungryasian and published by Steph We’re fans of Chinese Cricket Club here at Eat With Steph. We previously checked them out for their Chelsea Flower Show menu, and they impressed us then with their fresh and flavour packed dishes, all presented beautifully and with a…