Ambra Meda

It is often said that Italians don’t eat to live, but live to eat. And to Ambra, philosophizing about food is no different than discussing art. She grew up as a devoted lover of all things Italian, from pumpkin gnocchi to pistachio gelato. After moving to the United States she discovered the pleasures of a new world of food. She eats, travels and writes for Still Served Warm.

Soho, Hong Kong – Multicultural Food Street

Within the space of some hundreds of meters in Hong Kong, one can move freely from Spanish Paella and Greek Date Pie to Pad Thai Flat Noodlas and Mexican Mahi Mahi Tacos.

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Le Souk: Moroccan Flair in Hong Kong

While in Hong Kong, Italian born Ambra Meda makes the decision to eat Moroccan food cooked by a Nepalese chef. It doesn’t get more international than that.

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