Posts From Giliam Johan Winckler

Nexus of Dongguan: PS Bar

It’s new, it’s hot and it’s happening and sporting some of the most unique and interesting cocktail concoctions I’ve had in a long time. Imagine that series of varying spirits

Dark Strings: Chapter 2

What Happens When You Think You Know Someone, But They Have Deep, Dark Secrets That Would Turn Your Stomach If You Knew? Rain. Again. “Yep, mom is stuck at work.”

Whiskey Heaven at 33 Town: Tang Chao Whiskey Bar

“How should one drink one’s whiskey?” is a question most would ask and several would contemplate a variety of answers to, whereas this writer’s contention—whether at a barbeque, bar or

Rhythm Is A Dancer: Muzika Studios

Sassy, smooth, and sensual–these are but some of the words that come to mind once one enters this establishment. It’s all in the vibe, energy, décor, color, music and–wait for

HK Home Cooking: Batou No.27 bistro

It came out of nowhere. Suddenly one day we all looked up from our phone screens, bar stools and Didi windows in vivacious Xia Ba Fang and saw a stylish

Cruising to the Top: Cruise Bar (Kande Hotel)

“Wow!” Was absolutely my first impression, as I pushed my dropping jaw back into my face a few times whilst being shown around the exceptional venue. Exercising one’s decorum is

Italian Fusion Gem: 5th AVENUE

Italians strike me as being inclusive of some of the best chefs in the world, and I once had an Italian landlady who, unimpressed by my way of making Italian

Hush now, darling: Silent alco bar

Welcome to Dongguan. I’ll tell you a secret. And you’ll have to promise not to tell anyone else. Can I count on you? If not, then don’t read any further.

Lamb unrivalled: yi li zhi chun

Constantly getting caught up in the daily hustle and bustle of the city at large, one tends to forget the simple joys that this city and greater country can provide.

Taste of Leafy Heaven: Green Salad (Dongcheng)

Tucked away in a friendly Dongcheng corner, not far from all your favorite clothing shops, bars, Japanese, Korean and Western restaurants and a stone’s throw from Yong Hua Ting, rests