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— by Michael Alan Connelly: There was no shortage of buzz in Hong Kong’s foodie circles earlier this year when it was announced that chef Bongkoch ‘Bee’ Satongun — named Asia’s Best Female Chef in 2018 — would be cooking at Tate Dining Room as part of a special dinner celebrating female chefs. I wasn’t lucky enough to attend the event, but for the occasion, the celebrated chef behind Paste Bangkok served what’s become her signature dish: a smoky yellow curry that was described in our Best Bites column as being “so intense, complex, multi-layered and teeming with flavour that everything else pales in comparison”. After reading that, I knew I needed to head south to Bangkok for a taste of Paste…

July 5, 2019