I met Paul Hanstedt when I was a student in the English program at Roanoke College and he was a professor. Although I was never lucky enough to land in one of his classes, we have kept in touch through the wonders of Facebook.
Paul is a talented writer who recently published a book called “Hong Konged: One Modern American Family’s (Mis)adventures in the Gateway to China.” Just one of the many (mis)adventures Paul had in Hong Kong was the discovery of private kitchens, which are essentially tiny restaurants set up in people’s private homes.
Some folks wouldn’t be brave enough to try these hole-in-the-wall dining spots, but Paul was. He has written an awesome essay about the best one he found, and the essay was published on a travel blog called Roads & Kingdoms. I found it fascinating, and I think you will, too. So click here to read it.
Enjoy your weekend, everyone. Don’t eat any shark fin by mistake.