Friday, June 23, 2006

A Taste of Globalization

The posting of this article from Yau Lop Poon marks the browsing of our Blog by the 100th first-time visitor.

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Anonymous Anonymous said...

The appetitive delight, from the hot fish balls to the pirchilled cola to the ubiquitous dim sums and "fusion" dishes--plus the bewitching coffee aroma--have sent our by now very selective palates to a rare craving mode. Call it a new type of paper,healthy(since it's poundage-proof)diet/gluttony.

Now our global taste buds have been fairly feted, shall our other senses be left craving any longer, Author?

3:11 AM  
Blogger Kwong Hoi Chau Martin 鄺海疇 said...

Hope Yu Lai King can fete her other senses by watching the World Cup.

Back to the global taste. I was in the Tsuen Wan Tsui Wah on 24 June after a 15 km hike in the Tai Lam Chung area and was really amazed by the international menu on offer there. I spotted the following foreign countries: US, UK, Japan, Thailand, Swiss, Germany, New Zealand, Italy, Korea, Malaysia and Australia. To give you a flavour of the menu, I have put a link from the post to the Tsui Wah webpage. Just click the restaurant name and you'll be able to see for yourself the global menu.

10:19 PM  

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