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Indulge in Hawker favourites and local beers in honour of National Day.
Pandan chiffon cakes are not just a firm favourite among Singaporeans; tourists and celebrities are also known to lug home boxes of these fragrant gems when they are in the city. To perfect the cake, the eggs must be separated and whipped at high speeds to create a fluffy and light texture. The signature green hue comes from pandanus amaryllifolius leaves, which are pulverised then squeezed through a cheesecloth to obtain their natural essence. This National Day, we celebrate not just the traditional chiffon, but its delightful variations, such as pandan with kaya fudge and pandan butter cake, to name a few.
Singapore now has 1 three-star, 6 two-star, and 22 one-star establishments including two hawkers. Here’s what you missed at the star-studded Michelin gala and what the chefs have to say.
Wine & Drinks
Wines, spirits and the people who make them…
Bar manager of the reopened Nutmeg & Clove, Leon Tan, swizzles up a Singaporean-ised Tiki cocktail.
Czechoslovakian Tokaj and herbal bitters are the magic ingredients in this Old Fashioned twist from spirits portfolio manager of 6DM, Tomas Gejdos.
Bar programme director Aki Eguchi of Gibson Bar brings a smoky twist to the classic Negroni.
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