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  1. In Bangkok, the ambitious chefs reinventing Thai food for eager diners

    In Bangkok, the ambitious chefs reinventing Thai food for eager diners

    A new wave of culinary talent is fusing respect for Thai gastronomic traditions with a willingness to experiment, and foodies are lapping it up.
  2. What are F&B companies doing to keep well-travelled Singaporeans enticed?

    What are F&B companies doing to keep well-travelled Singaporeans enticed?

    With travel still off the table, restaurants and fine spirit labels continue to launch unique pairing menus and limited-edition vintages to keep ...
  3. With increased demand, local chocolatiers are dreaming up new cacao creations

    With increased demand, Singapore chocolatiers dream up new cacao creations

    From keto and plant-based chocolate desserts to chocolate bars with TCM elements, chocoholics in Singapore are more spoilt for choice than ever.
  4. Kenjiro Hashida, Kirk Westaway and Rishi Naleendra

    Foreign chefs in Singapore: Where do they go when they miss home?

    In the midst of a closed world, we ask chefs Kenjiro Hashida, Kirk Westaway, Remy Lefebvre and Rishi Naleendra which bars they head to in ...
  5. WOF2021 Oyster Platter

    Awww, shucks: The best places in Singapore to get your oyster fix

    As Greenwood Fish Market’s annual World Oyster Festival returns in July, we check out all the other restaurants where you can slurp your fill of ...
  6. Les Amis Singapore

    Les Amis has emerged after a month-long renovation. What can diners expect?

    The three-Michelin-starred restaurant now boasts a refurbished interior, new dedicated cheese and caviar rooms, and a new section where diners can ...
  7. SAM AND FOREST LEONG

    In Singapore and Hong Kong, couples who cook together stay together

    Working side-by-side up to 16 hours a day, six days a week in high-pressure Michelin-starred kitchens can exact a toll on a relationship. But ...
  8. How Singapore private dining chefs are coping

    Singapore’s private dining chefs find new ways to stay afloat with income flattened

    Besides pivoting to takeaway menus, they are also offering products and services like Japanese fruit box subscriptions, bottled sauces and ...
  9. Preludio

    People are buying Tough Time Tickets for restaurants – a solidarity movement

    Chef Fernando Arevalo of Preludio started giving diners the option of pre-ordering their next dine-in experience. Many other fine dining ...
  10. Desmond Shen of Tiffin Bicycle Club

    This young Singapore chef serves unique four-course meals in humble tingkats

    After stints at Odette and Magic Square, Desmond Shen’s private dining plans were waylaid by the pandemic. He dug into his childhood memories and ...