Malaysian Food Festival

Event attended by Reuben, invited by FourteenTen PR What do most Malaysians miss most when living abroad? “THE FOOD!” The Malaysia Festival 2016 was back once again at Trafalgar Square in London. The festival was meant to showcase the country’s food, culture, fashion and tourism, but it was the food stalls that attracted the most…

Jun Ming Xuan

Meal courtesy of Jun Ming Xuan Attended by me! History and Background: Nestled within several residential flats and a couple of minutes away from Colingdale station, Jun Ming Xuan isn’t your local Chinatown stop off for some earthly dim sum, but yet it certainly draws in the crowd on a typical sunday for families and…

Dumpling Shack

It’s been a very long time since I’ve done a write up of my own free will and not a “review” that was formally requested. You can almost say I feel some sort of liberation writing this post, I would never call myself a food critic and I do cringe at the words food review…

Chinese Cricket Club – Chelsea Flower Show Menu

History and Background: Meal courtesy of Chinese Cricket Club As part of the Crowne Plaza City Dining complex, Chinese Cricket Club established in 2009, has been home to a variety of clientele mainly business men and a thrive of City workers. Situated right opposite Blackfriars tube station and just off the bustling streets of Fleet…

Shanghai Supper Club

History and Background: Meal courtesy of Shanghai Supper Club Supper club reviews are becoming more of a frequent appearance on eatwithsteph and with so many reasons for this. They are addictive. With many predicting this is the new thing for 2016 – why you say? People need different dining experiences. It’s not just sitting in…

Mondsey Supper Club

History and Background: Meal courtesy of Tabl. and Mondsey’s. Pop-ups, street food and supper clubs are becoming the latest hype in the restaurant and food industry and it’s not slowing down any time soon. The recent string of websites such as Grub Club and more recently the guys from tabl.com who have recently made their…

HKK (Chinese New Year)

Background and history: Courtesy of HKK London. Michelin Star September 2013 I’ve previously noted my fondness for HKK in my initial post here. HKK boasts a compelling dining experience from traditional Chinese dishes to high-end quality courses of fine calibre. Opened in 2012, it was the latest of the Hakkasan Group but was very quick to…