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  1. RISE National Day dinner

    Mott 32, RISE, Black Tap and more MBS restaurants launch National Day menus

    Looking for dining options this National Day? Marina Bay Sands's signature restaurants are back in action with limited-time National Day offerings.
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    What a gut-busting, 15-course lunch at Singapore’s newest Japanese restaurant is like

    At Sushi Kou, an eight-seater omakase restaurant serving Edomae (Tokyo-style) sushi, there are only two menus available: A 13-course or 15-course ...
  3. Ah Ma's Yam Cake

    One family serves up authentic yam cake just like grandma used to make

    Madam Jiew Meng started Ah Ma's Yam Cake during the circuit breaker, faithfully following a recipe passed down from her grandmother.
  4. Goodwood Park Hotel National Day Celebratory Set Menu

    Spending National Day at home? Order these local treats from Goodwood Park

    Celebrate Singapore’s 55th birthday with specialty dishes and scrumptious snacks from Goodwood Park Hotel, priced at S$55+ each.
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    Bangkok tourism will recover without Instagram tourists, says one hotelier

    Deepak Ohri, CEO of Lebua Hotels & Resorts, shares how the company’s F&B hotspots have reopened after lockdown, and how Bangkok's tourism industry ...
  6. Local food manufacturers report up to 30% increase in demand | Video
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    Local food manufacturers report up to 30% increase in demand | Video

    Some local food manufacturers are seeing increased demand for items such as canned meat. Enterprise Singapore told CNA it expects this demand to ...
  7. Why are Hong Kongers eating so much beef

    In a city famous for pork and poultry, why are Hong Kongers eating so much beef?

    Suppliers and restaurateurs say that strong demand for beef, especially wagyu, owes to its versatility and the inability of Hong Kong residents to ...
  8. Jeya Seelan Yishun Indian spice stall

    A young man learns his father’s ‘magic’: The story of Yishun’s Indian spice store

    Mixing spices is in Jeya Seelan’s blood. It is an art form handed down from his grandfather to his father. And he is now taking it into the ...
  9. Alchemy Foodtech’s Alan Phua and Verleen Goh

    The Singaporeans making rice and noodles healthier, but just as delicious

    Alchemy Foodtech’s Alan Phua and Verleen Goh have come up with a patented ingredient that lowers the glycaemic index (GI) of refined carbohydrates ...