Nom nom nom!

Red N Hot, 59 Charing Cross Road, London

It’s been ages since my last update! I’ve had a lot of very nice food recently, but all the pictures have turned out dark so no use posting them here. The thing is that I’m waiting for Sony Ericsson Xperia Arc to be released here in the UK, should be any day soon. Apparently, it has a really nice camera and I’ve been waiting for a decent camera phone. So, hopefully more updates with better pictures soon.

Ok, Red N Hot should seriously consider putting me on their payroll because I eat here a lot. I think it’s such a nice restaurant, the food is perhaps a bit heavy but the flavours are great. Tried some new stuff this time around.

Good old pork dumplings, these are delicious.

These are cumin spiced king prawns. I’ve had this twice I think. Really flavourful prawns, loads of cumin, Sichuan pepper and chilli. Such a nice dish! I just eat the prawns shell on, love these bastards!

Slices of pig’s ear in sesame oil. This was actually good, although a bit starchy. The ear was crunchy, thinly sliced and heavily seasoned with sesame. Would definitely try pig’s ear again, perhaps in a different dish.

Here you have, if I remember correctly, boiled beef and beef tripe. This really looks alien! The taste was great! Aromatic, tender meat and a good crunch in the tripe. You really have to not think about what you are eating, it can be a challenge. Great food though!


4 responses

  1. wow … delicious 🙂
    nice blog 😀

    visit too my web

    thank you 🙂

    2011/04/08 at 4:26 pm

  2. Milosh

    Great site, nice collection of Asian dishes!
    I have two friendly suggestions. You should think about expanding the text a bit, and enlarging the pictures to match the width of the text. As is, the pictures are too small. Also, you should try correcting Brightness/Contrast of the pictures, as some of them are too dark.

    2011/05/15 at 11:15 am

    • Kim

      Hi there,

      Thanks for commenting and great advice with the picture. I am aware of the awful quality of the photos, I’m mostly using a very standard camera or my mobile phone. None of these really do the food justice, I’m looking at upgrading my technology so hopefully we will see some changes soon! Thanks again!

      2011/05/15 at 6:28 pm

  3. deedee

    Hi Kim, I just spent a couple of hours on your blog. a pity you seem to have abandonned it – I would love to read more of your insightful reviews and recipes! cheers from Austria,

    2014/01/11 at 1:17 am

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