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A Visit to the Original Din Tai Fung – Taipei, Taiwan

Din Tai Fung is a mild infatuation for us here at flying Fluskey. We ventured out to the Hong Kong branch on our first visit there in 2012, and have thought/dreamed/obsessed about it ever since. That is why, when we visited Taiwan (the home of Ding Tai Fung) we made a dumpling pilgrimage to the… Continue reading A Visit to the Original Din Tai Fung – Taipei, Taiwan

Taking High Tea at The Victoria Falls Hotel – An Afternoon Tea Review-

Taking high tea at the Victoria Falls Hotel is a tradition as old as tourism in Victoria Falls itself. Pull up a chair on Stanley’s Terrace and let the afternoon sun, gentle clink of china and distant roar of the waterfall take you back in time. If you want to see our compete review of… Continue reading Taking High Tea at The Victoria Falls Hotel – An Afternoon Tea Review-

Loving London – Opera Afternoon Tea at the Royal Albert Hall

Afternoon tea is as British as queuing and discussing the British weather (but a great deal more pleasant than both). Mr Fluskey and I have enjoyed a fair few three-tiered, mid-afternoon teas here in London, but this one is a little bit special. Along with the cakes and camomile was a fine singing performance. Welcome… Continue reading Loving London – Opera Afternoon Tea at the Royal Albert Hall

Loving London – Making Dim Sum at School of Wok

It is no secret that we here at Flying Fluskey LOVE dim sum. It is why we always take the time to stopover in Hong Kong when we go east. Imagine my delight when I found a place to learn the art of Chinese dim sum in my home town. For years I never quite… Continue reading Loving London – Making Dim Sum at School of Wok

Top Dim Sum Spots in Hong Kong

Dim Sum is an oh-so-addictive cuisine made up of scrummy bitesize eats. It has dominated my restaurant cravings for the last few years. I can’t ever get enough, and so every trip we take to Hong Kong is an excuse to cram in just a few more dumplings. Dim Sum literally means “to touch your… Continue reading Top Dim Sum Spots in Hong Kong

My Favourite Bars in New York, USA

After a long day’s sight-seeing in New York, you will need to relax. Your feet will need a rest, your dry throat will need refreshing and your neck will need a break from the constant upwards gazing. If you are over 21, and carrying photo ID, the best way to chill out is to grab… Continue reading My Favourite Bars in New York, USA