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
From the Nathan Myhrvold bread encyclopedia comes a semi-sourdough focaccia
Wine gastrobars, a slice of the Mediterranean, and the return of a famous roast chicken; there's no shortage of new restaurants this February!
Chocolate has captured the imaginations and tastebuds of mankind for centuries. We head into the rainforests of Pahang, Malaysia in search of it.
Here's giving you a hit-list of new menus, refreshing cocktails, and other palate surprises to try this month of February.
Here are some of the dreamiest dinner (and afternoon tea) destinations to impress your loved one this Valentine's Day.
Making decisions for reunion meals can be an ordeal. Let our complex yusheng-selecting algorithm do the work for you!
Get in on the trend of grazing, eating small portions from a platter or table-full of food, with Lush Platters' gorgeous creations.
Eating out this CNY? Dine at these drool-worthy spots with festive offerings that cover every need or want of the whole family.
Pick from this dozen delicious yusheng, then gather family and friends for a roaring good time - just watch out for the flying fishes!
This Valentine's day, forget about getting your partner a bouquet of flowers, take a leaf from Restaurant Relæ's book and gift an edible aromatic herb bouquet
Because Chinese New year is basically an excuse for unbridled snacking, here's 12 goodies you shouldn't miss out on this festive season.
We quiz some of the many Australian chefs in Singapore on their favourite Aussie ingredients
The food and arts space is introducing the first of their cultural showcase series: SPRMRKT Vietnam, highlighting all things Vietnamese
With it’s harmonious confluence of French and Chinese cuisine, Sofitel Singapore City Centre’s Racines is the place to spoil your date.
Carbs are friends, even for the gluten-intolerant. Opt for this gluten-free sans dairy version from Modernist Bread.
Swift Heritage takes an old-world delicacy and modernises it for the 21st century.
Originally online retail businesses set up by Daniel Tay, Old Seng Choong and Cat and the Fiddle now have their own physical store at Clark Quay Central.
We speak to the executive chef of the two Michelin-starred Aquavit, who's in town for a four-hands dinner with chef Benjamin Halat of CURATE
Mornings are better with this breakfast classic—recipe courtesy of Modernist Bread.
Here's the perfect sharing dish for Chinese New Year! Fresh seafood and bold flavours.
Leave it to the Japanese to elevate the deep-fried-thing-on-a-stick to an art from. What's usually associated with carnival and junk food is given a gourmet spin with all the kushikatsu (kushi means skewer, while katsu refers to a deep-fried meat cutlet) spots popping up all over Singapore.
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.
In the mountainous parts of Luoshan, Taiwan, we discovered the age old tradition of volcanic mud tofu.
Kazo Bakery is taking Singapore by storm with its famous cream puffs, Danish polos and more. Here are the creamiest highlights from the crowdpleasing confectionery.
Ringing in 2018, we've got two new spots at the recently-opened Marina One, as well as updated locations and new offshoots from some household names.
Despite being called tigernut in English, chufa is not a nut at all, but a super (food) tuber with many nutritional properties.
Thanks to its highly nutritional make-up and diverse preparation possibilities, tempe is being hailed as Indonesia’s “gift to the world”.
Ring in the new year right with gourmet dinners, booze-soaked cocktail parties and a dazzling shower of fireworks!
An Eurasian Christmas staple usually created with leftover meats, the curry debal from Mary Gomes features mustard seeds and vinegar for added punch.