August's Highlights
Chef Randy Chow went from playing masakmasak as a young boy to competing in the culinary Olympics in Basel. He’s now passing the baton to the young ones.
White peppery or black herbal pork rib soup? What if you didn’t have to choose? Executive chef of York Hotel, Charlie Tham, shares tried-and-tested recipes for both—and a bonus one along the way.
We curate a list of venues that bring the festivities to you this National Day.
Mark your calendars—the second edition of the indulgent Epicurean Market, part of Marina Bay Sands’ stable of events for Formula One, is poised to be bigger, bolder and better.

FOOD

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MEETING OF MINDS

Foodies, art buffs and music heads can gather in cohesive camaraderie at weekend festival CREATORY.

BEST HAR CHEONG GAI IN SINGAPORE

Bursting with divine juices and encased in crisp skins, these 10 finger-licking chicken dishes are the undisputed darlings of the tze char table.

A COOK'S TOUR

For any homecook, a KitchenAid stand mixer is almost a rite of passage and there’s no better place to find out than at Greenville, Ohio, home to the KitchenAid manufacturing plant.

BEST STEAK TARTARE IN SINGAPORE

Our search for the best has yielded 10 worthy dishes, each using the freshest beef and their own unique mix of herbs, spices and condiments.

LOCAL FINESSE

Experience local favourites as well as fusion creations at The Clifford Pier.

WINE & DRINKS

WINES, SPIRITS AND THE PEOPLE WHO MAKE THEM…

HOME ON THE PAARL

Old World Marsanne and Grenache grapes are adapting well to South Africa—much like Romanian transplant Razvan Macici, a third generation winemaker who’s put his own roots down in the Southern Hemisphere.

THE PURITY OF FRUIT

By placing the fruit at the forefront of his wines, awardwinning Australian winemaker Neil McGuigan offers quality wine at every price point.

SNIFFING FOR CLUES

Laurent Ponsot, owner of Burgundy’s Domaine Ponsot, explains how he became a winemaker-turned-detective as he took on a wine scandal that shook Burgundy.

THE NON-CONFORMIST

Winemaking and bureaucracy should not mix, says Tuscan vintner Paolo De Marchi, who has made a name for himself by taking unconventional routes in his winemaking career.

PICKING APART THE GRAPES

Confused by the terms and rules in the world of organic, biodynamic and natural wines? We cut through the jargon and tell you what you should know.

FOOD HUNTING

Share your favourite dishes now and stand a chance to win attractive prizes!

Take a shot and submit a photo of your favourite dish along with a review!

TRAVEL

THE LATEST HOTSPOTS AND DESTINATION REPORTS

THERE’S NOMA, AND THEN SOME

While it’s still mission impossible to get a seat at the world’s number one restaurant, Copenhagen has so much more to offer serious epicureans: from delectable hot dog stands to smørrebrød with a gastronomic twist.

UNLIKE ANY OTHER

Combining luxury and philanthropy, Iniala brings a refreshing and opulent experience to tired Phuket.

AMA(N)ZING GREECE

Amanzo’e resort in the little-known Peloponnese is setting a different standard for Greece. Discover the new Greek chic and finds out that even the locals feel a wind of change.

FAIRY CHIMNEYS AND SACRED SITES

Turkey’s most fascinating sights lie beyond Istanbul in the surreal and ancient landscapes of Cappadocia and Izmir.

BUDAPEST TRAILS

This historical, laidback city makes a proper first impression but one that is cheekily lined with bohemian undercurrents. It’s a gem just waiting to be discovered.