Asia Food Travel Guide

When thinking about an Asia food travel guide, I, myself, become a little overwhelmed. Foreign lands, foreign languages, and food scenes that are almost indescribable. That, perhaps, is why I have eaten a lot more Asian foods than I am able to write about Asia food travel.  

Perhaps this Asia food travel guide is a little inspirational. It just scratches the surface of what we have eaten. I have so many pictures and so many more stories to tell about Asia food travel. After all, we lived in Southeast Asia for about four years before moving to Spain. 

Hong Kong Food Travel

The best part about choosing Bangkok as our home base, it’s only three hours from Hong Kong! One of our favorite places to eat. From Cantonese, to spicy Szechuan, and dim sum, we will continue to go back to eat the best Hong Kong Food.

Where to Eat Cantonese in Hong Kong

The Best Hong Kong Dim Sum

How Much Can 2 People Eat in 1 Hour in Hong Kong

Eating Dim Sum in Hong Kong

How to Guide: How to Eat Dim Sum in Hong Kong

Whisky Pairing Dinner in Hong Kong

Seoul Food Travel

Our first trip to South Korea we focused on Seoul.  And, even within the city limits there was loads to eat, much of it food that we were previously unfamiliar with. We are working on a return to Seoul in 2016 to include more great eats in this portion of the Asia food travel guide.

Learning How to Make Kimchi in Seoul

Eating Korean BBQ in Seoul

Osaka Food Travel

During our first trip to Japan, we explored Tokyo, Kyoto, and Osaka.  For our most recent trip, it was all about eating in Osaka, for 10 full days.  It was a gluttons exploration in a land where picture menus rule and Japanese salary men know how to eat (and drink!).

How Much Does it Cost to Eat in Japan

Top 10 Foods to Eat in Osaka

An Osaka Cooking Class – Learning Family Secrets

Macau Food Travel

During our second trip to Macau, we went high-end luxury dining for most of the trip. But, we managed to eat a few pork chop buns too.

Where to Eat in Galaxy Macau

Ritz-Carltong Bar Macau – A Proper Gin and Tonic

The Famous Macau Pork Chop Bun