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The Globe and Mail Published Friday, Jul. 20 2012, 10:47 PM EDT Last updated Friday, Jul. 20 2012, 10:55 PM EDT Hoitong Chinese Seafood Restaurant 160-8191 Westminster Highway, Richmond Phone: 604-276-9229 Prices: Family-style sharing plates from $16.
Ask a chef and he'll tell you that the best way to understand the cuisine of a country is to experience the culture and as predictably, vice versa...However, for a layman, it's often not that easy to be part of something as organic as sitting in a
Invalid email address Add a personal message: Your e-mail: Invalid email address Sending your article Your article has been sent. What do you do when you think you want Thai, but are kind of in the mood for Indian?.....Continuing on this "tour de
Anu Prabhakar pays Malaysia a visit, several years after her first underwhelming trip and ends up eating roadside food, non vegetarian' veg food and experiencing Malay cuisine for the first time. My first trip to Malaysia was about three years ago
Summer, when all the spices help you sweat out Tokyo's clammy heat?...The answer: Any time at all, if the cooking is as consistently good as it is at Nirvanam. It is far from Tokyo's biggest, plushest or most sophisticated Indian restaurant, nor the
Malaysian hawker centre Photos: Shonali Muthalaly I kissed a snail. And not in that metaphorical someday my Prince will come' sense. I mean an honest-to-goodness crustacean (or would that be mollusk?) from a plate of stir fried spicy sea snails.
Every chef must learn the right way to do things and find his own way to do them correctly, believes Toang Hoang Gia For a chef, Toang Hoang Gia is a breath of fresh air, largely because he believes in natural, healthy food. It's not really puzzling,
Suggested Topics Noodles are an almost universally loved dish; virtually every culture has its own take on the tangle of satisfyingly, slippery ribbons. But, despite the emergence of a few good-quality noodle joints over the years, when they're
Dave Sanders for The New York Times Topaz Thai Restaurant has 50 seats under cheerfully colored umbrella lights...Reid, who likes to be called Mama, was ready to retire when she learned of a Thai restaurant in Belleville that was for sale, and
Coluck is one of perhaps a dozen low-profile Hong Kong cafes tucked away here and there in Chinatown, rarely noticed by outsiders. If a tourist from, say, Topeka stumbled into one of these placeswhich are jazzily decorated and often aimed at young