Rams Restaurant Wellington! After an epic train journey down the length of the north island from Auckland, I arrived to find Wellington a very pretty but very quiet town. The reason for the eerily empty streets was that is was Labour Day and most food and drink businesses were closed. I contented myself with a …

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Ta Ta House I had the good fortune to be staying just around the corner from Melbourne’s Chinatown so on evenings when I felt almost immovably lazy I had the prospect of dumplings close at hand. On one such evening I dragged my sleepy self to a place where I’d seen them hand-crafting dumplings earlier …

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Shisen Hanten With my faith in the Michelin Guide restored after an excellent meal at Les Amis, my next meal – breakfast was out of the question after the gourmand feast the night before – was lunch at Shisen Hanten. It is Singapore’s only two-star Chinese restaurant. What’s more it was located in my hotel, …

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Chinatown Complex On a sleepy Sunday morning with many of Singapore’s shops and cafes closed, I tootled down to Chinatown with a visit to the Chinatown food complex in mind. A hive of activity across three floors, with clothes and whatnot on the ground floor, and a grocery shop including some impressive live seafood in …

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Little Tibet

Little Tibet We’ve been writing about some fairly ritzy places of late so it was good to get back to the core Lunchquest project and go exploring for fun new places to eat in Berlin that were rather more wallet friendly than Restaurant Tim Raue. It was a considerable pleasure to be joined by James …

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