What’s Hot, What’s Not is a series of recommendations of the best places to go for grub in Guangzhou (and some places you should steer clear of)!
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Those who love Italian fare will be happy to know that Limoni, at Ritz-Carlton, Guangzhou, has welcomed Chef Diego Ottaviani to helm their kitchen.
His new menu features two distinct parts. The first is dedicated to his past and origins and celebrates iconic Roman dishes that evoke the strongest memories. The second is a statement of the present and a culmination of his work.
Warm, relaxed, yet truly refined, Limoni celebrates authentic modern Italian cuisine driven by the best products, traditionally crafted, from the heart, by Chef Diego and his team.
Hello, sexy eats! Bistro 3 is yet another fine dining addition to the scene.
Located in Happy Valley Mall, this 24-seat enclave just hosted their debut dinner for Porsche Club. Helmed by the very talented Jimmy Luo, ex-chef of RB in Beijing, Taian Table in Shanghai, and Taian Table in Guangzhou, Bistro 3 looks all set to make waves this coming month as they prepare for their grand opening.
This one doesn’t fall under Guangzhou eateries but is no doubt a scenario you’ve all run into before.
For our National Holiday break, we found ourselves at a lovely little surf club and beach in Huizhou. As we were relatively out of the way, the number of restaurants nearby was slim, so we found ourselves at a local seafood restaurant just next door.
After ordering our food it wasn’t until we went to pay that we realized that some of the items didn’t have prices and were charged depending on the season.
To cut a long story short, we paid RMB125 for a plate of shrimp (and the rest of our meal wasn’t cheap either).
The moral of the story is; if you find yourself at a beachside seafood restaurant, make sure you check the price before you order.