February's Highlights
Champagne Pol Roger’s fifth generation director, Hubert de Billy, says practice makes perfect when developing your wine palate. We find out why Winston Churchill preferred Pinot Noir blends.
A firm believer that “nothing is sexier than chocolate”, Pollen’s pastry chef Alexander Mckinstry shows three couples how to make truffles, caramels and bonbons for Valentine’s Day.
Even non-Chinese F&B outlets are launching festive goodies this season.
Aphrodisiacs, once thought of as the sustenance of the gods, are the good old sparks for a romantic evening. Kylie Ng invites two chefs to put inventive spins on these time-tested ingredients and the result is a fest of cheeky touches and arresting plates.

FOOD

FROM AROUND THE WORLD, WE'LL BRING YOU THE LATEST NEWS AND FEATURES

Table for two

Our picks on where to spend an intimate Valentine’s Day.

Best wood-fired Peking ducks in Singapore

Everything needs to be perfect for this centuries-old favourite, from the marvellous crackling to the succulent meat and hearty flour wraps.

Best soba dishes in Singapore

It may not be as popular as ramen, but when served chilled with a dipping sauce or tossed into a salad, these buckwheat noodles are comfort food at its best.

Rosy beginnings

Where to bring the folks for a rambunctious reunion meal.

To complete your celebration

Dark and sensuous, warm and bright; the feasting isn’t quite over till you’ve had a grand confection. We worked with four pastry chefs to bring you an inspiring showcase of gorgeous customised centerpieces.

WINE & DRINKS

WINES, SPIRITS AND THE PEOPLE WHO MAKE THEM…

A champagne family

Billecart-Salmon’s sixth generation director, Antoine Roland-Billecart, loves nothing better than to have his hands in the soil. The dapper cognoscenti shares the label’s new vintages.

Bubbly toasts

Want a standout champagne for the festivities? Our wine editor picks her favourites this season.

Smooth as silk

Vermouth appreciation is on the rise, and we can’t get enough of this aromatised wine for our own consumption.

Drink to these festivals

Get ready to clink those glasses at this myriad of events happening in October.

Haute hotel pours

Hot on the trend of craft cocktail bars, these top hotels have one-upped the competition and created impeccable spaces to stay and sip. We survey the coolest hotel bars and the concoctions you want to be seen with.

FOOD HUNTING

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TRAVEL

THE LATEST HOTSPOTS AND DESTINATION REPORTS

Two’s company

Get lost in your bubble of bliss at these adults-only resorts. By Kylie Ng

Around the world in 15 food festivals

Too many to choose from and too little time? We’ve curated a must-visit list—from celeb-chef studded extravaganzas to intimate affairs with a close-knit feel—to keep you hungry throughout the year.

What the open road holds

A growing class of discerning and tech-savvy jetsetters will continue to fuel these five travel trends right into 2015.

Temptation islands

Still fantasizing about the ultimate vacation? These five spots in the South Pacific will you get started.

The buzz on Jakarta

Whether you’re into trendy restaurant-hopping or taking in a country’s culture through orthodox fare, Indonesia’s capital got something for everyone, says chef Samdy Kan.