Hungry Buddha was my dream since a few years.
In 2004 I used to live in Milan in a tiny house that was often theater of epic dinners.
In 2010 in Shanghai I used to welcome anybody for lunch, in 20 sqm.
When in 2012 I found these 18 sqm in Shaxi Valley, Yunnan (China), I had no doubts.
In the tiny Hungry Buddha vibrations flow as I like.
Central kitchen, 8 seats around, local medicines and Tea shop, proper choice of wine.
And here we are.
Clients entertain each other and East mixes with West.
Traveling? It’s a bit like eating and cooking.
Music flows and wine, too. No need Wifi to surf.