This mid-autumn festival, savour handcrafted tea-inspired mooncakes by Man Fu Yuan 2

This mid-autumn festival, savour handcrafted tea-inspired mooncakes by Man Fu Yuan

Head to InterContinental Singapore to pick up delicate snowskin mooncakes perfumed with fragrant teas crafted by Man Fu Yuan’s chefs
Provenance: Citizen Farm

How Citizen Farm’s Sustainable Urban Farming System Offers Ultra Fresh Ingredients to Singaporeans

Home-grown Citizen Farm shows how sustainable urban farming has the potential to bring communities together and transform people’s relationship with food. Text by Lediati Tan, photos by Choo Haoxin
Events in Singapore July - August 3

Events in Singapore: July – August

Singapore very happening hor.
Restaurant Ibid Goes In Search Of An Identity 2

Restaurant Ibid by MasterChef Asia Winner Explores “Nanyang Cuisine”

MasterChef Asia winner Woo Wai Leong presents a eclectic mix of Chinese-influenced dishes at his first restaurant
Gourmet rice dumplings to celebrate Duan Wu Jie 1

Where To Get the Best Rice Dumplings for Dragon Boat Festival 2018

Gone are the days where rice dumplings were used as fish fodder. Today, they get the gourmet treatment and are masterpieces in their own right.
Hang loose at South Beach Avenue

Hang loose at South Beach Avenue

Shed the stresses of the workweek at these 8 hot spots at South Beach Avenue!
Preserving Singapore's food heritage with handmade kueh

Preserving Singapore’s Food Heritage with Handmade Kueh

From Nonya to Hainanese cultures, Kueh is often a front runner when one considers foods that have indelible links to tradition and memory
Eat Your Way Through Japan At Millenia Walk

Eat your way through Japan at Nihon Food Street

Everything from moreish chopped salads to Hokkaido white curry awaits every Japanese foodie at Millenia Walk's Nihon Food Street
New Brunches: April 5

New Brunches: April

We have a plenitude of pleasurable brunches to share with you this April.
Of Flowers and Food: Edible Beauty at Hilton Singapore 7

Of Flowers and Food: Edible Beauty at Hilton Singapore

Watercolour artist Lucinda Law brings a lush showcase of botanical art to Verde Kitchen at Hilton Singapore.
Yoneya Mont Blanc Wagashi

Wagashi is not just a dessert, it’s an art form

These traditional Japanese sweets are taking a turn for modernity with new creative interpretations
Bittersweet Symphony: Why You Should Be Drinking Amaro 6

Bittersweet Symphony: Why You Should Be Drinking Amaro

The bitter Italian liqueur is gaining traction all over the world, including in Singapore--and for good reason.
Where's the Food: March 6

Where’s the Food: March

Bringing you gold, Cocktails, Sashimi and more in our coverage of upcoming menus in March.
Taking Thai Wines To New Heights

Taking Thai Wines To New Heights

In the budding wine region of Khao Yai, family-owned GranMonte Vineyard and Winery is hoping to elevate the Thai wine industry.
Chinese New Year feasting: The elements of a Peranakan Tok Panjang spread

Chinese New Year feasting: The elements of a Peranakan Tok Panjang spread

When it comes to Chinese New Year’s obligatory one-upmanship, the Peranakans are at the top of the game. This is how lavish things can get

The Unbearable Darkness Of Bean

The Unbearable Darkness Of Bean

Chocolate has captured the imaginations and tastebuds of mankind for centuries. We head into the rainforests of Pahang, Malaysia in search of it.
Take Our Yusheng Quiz To Find Out Which Salad To Toss This Year!

Take Our Yusheng Quiz To Find Out Which Salad To Toss This Year!

Making decisions for reunion meals can be an ordeal. Let our complex yusheng-selecting algorithm do the work for you!
Ivan Brehm

Seven Dishes with Ivan Brehm

The native Brazilian chef is bringing the world together through food with “crossroads cooking” at restaurant Nouri on Amoy Street
Upclose and Personal With Singapore's National Pastry Team 1

Upclose and Personal With Singapore’s National Pastry Team

We give you the lowdown on what it’s like representing Singapore as the country’s leading patissiers.
Chinese New Year Yu Sheng Round up 12

Toss to good fortune this Chinese New Year

Pick from this dozen delicious yusheng, then gather family and friends for a roaring good time - just watch out for the flying fishes!
Pang Kok Keong's Career In Seven Dishes

Pang Kok Keong’s Career In Seven Dishes

Feeding the people cake, pastries and beyond at Antoinette
Chinese New Year Snacks to stock up on

Chinese New Year Snacks to stock up on

Because Chinese New year is basically an excuse for unbridled snacking, here's 12 goodies you shouldn't miss out on this festive season.
Why South Australian Seafood Is the Best

Why South Australian Seafood Is the Best

Off the coast of South Australia, the Great Southern Ocean offers the perfect conditions for producing some of the best crustaceans, abalone and shellfish in the world.
Oodles of Noodles 4

Oodles of Noodles

Supple and springy, handmade local noodles are not losing to their Italian or Japanese counterparts.
When Old Is New Again 3

Old School Bakeries in Singapore

Rediscovering the charm and heritage in traditional confectioneries from butter cream cakes to apple pies
A Race Against The Flames

Uncovering the Secrets of Wok Hei

Explore the world of smoke and fire to uncover the elusive yet addictive quality that is wok hei.
Food Festivals To Watch Out For In July 1

Specialty & Fine Food Fair – First Time In Singapore

Great news for all those in the F&B industry: after 17 years, London's leading gourmet trade event, Specialty & Fine Food Fair, will be coming to Singapore to showcase some of the region's newest and most lip-smacking products.
Food Festivals To Watch Out For In July 2

Food Festivals Happening In July 2017

Get ready to forgo any diets you're on for the month of July, as food festivals abound, celebrating everything from tea to the convergence of art and food.
Cambodia's Kampot Pepper Rum 1

Cambodia’s Kampot Pepper Rum

Artisanal handcrafted rum is being produced in the most unlikely of places: Phnom Penh. Leading the way is Samai, a boutique distillery that's putting Kampot pepper into their rums.
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