Features

Culinary trends and the people who set them…
29 Jan 2013

Heritage revival

Penang doesn’t sound like the most trendy of destinations, but the lovingly restored Macalister Mansion is set to up its hip quotient.
29 Jan 2013

Underrated star

Once considered a poor man’s scallop, the tender skate is now finding favour among more seafood lovers.
28 Dec 2012

Precious pulp

Chef Lim Chong Kai shows how the pomelo—often used in desserts—can play a bigger culinary role by pairing its rich, citrusy flavours with seafood.
28 Dec 2012

Playing by his own roux

Just when you think that the revered and respected godfather of U.K.’s culinary scene is about to retire his toque, Michel Roux opens La Maison 1888 at InterContinental Danang Sun Peninsula Resort in Vietnam.
28 Dec 2012

What’s cool for 2013?

The start of a brand new year marks another 365 days of eating and we thought you might like to know what delicious trends lie ahead. After speaking to a more than a few insiders, here are our predictions.
28 Nov 2012

Front roe status

To bring out the magic of this marine delicacy, bottarga is best used as a garnish on light flavoured dishes and mild sauces.
27 Nov 2012

The farmer's chef

After getting a firsthand look at the origins of various ingredients, chef Guy Martin is more convinced than ever that French cuisine reigns supreme.
29 Oct 2012

Pearl of the Andaman sea

Few getaways attract Singaporeans the way Phuket does. We checked into Indochine Hotels and Resorts recently for a weekend of fishing and relaxation.
29 Oct 2012

A reinvigorated classic

London’s The Ampersand Hotel, gets a dapper makeover. Imagine high contrast tessellated floors, pops of rich colour and graphic references to European science naturalists.
29 Oct 2012

The distil of Redzepi’s genius

If Monet captured a transient fleeting moment of nature on canvas, Redzepi does the same on the plate. But there’s more to his creative philosophy than good food on the table.
29 Jan 2013

Heritage revival

Penang doesn’t sound like the most trendy of destinations, but the lovingly restored Macalister Mansion is set to up its hip quotient.
29 Jan 2013

Underrated star

Once considered a poor man’s scallop, the tender skate is now finding favour among more seafood lovers.
28 Dec 2012

Precious pulp

Chef Lim Chong Kai shows how the pomelo—often used in desserts—can play a bigger culinary role by pairing its rich, citrusy flavours with seafood.
28 Dec 2012

Playing by his own roux

Just when you think that the revered and respected godfather of U.K.’s culinary scene is about to retire his toque, Michel Roux opens La Maison 1888 at InterContinental Danang Sun Peninsula Resort in Vietnam.
28 Dec 2012

What’s cool for 2013?

The start of a brand new year marks another 365 days of eating and we thought you might like to know what delicious trends lie ahead. After speaking to a more than a few insiders, here are our predictions.
28 Nov 2012

Front roe status

To bring out the magic of this marine delicacy, bottarga is best used as a garnish on light flavoured dishes and mild sauces.
27 Nov 2012

The farmer's chef

After getting a firsthand look at the origins of various ingredients, chef Guy Martin is more convinced than ever that French cuisine reigns supreme.
29 Oct 2012

Pearl of the Andaman sea

Few getaways attract Singaporeans the way Phuket does. We checked into Indochine Hotels and Resorts recently for a weekend of fishing and relaxation.
29 Oct 2012

A reinvigorated classic

London’s The Ampersand Hotel, gets a dapper makeover. Imagine high contrast tessellated floors, pops of rich colour and graphic references to European science naturalists.
29 Oct 2012

The distil of Redzepi’s genius

If Monet captured a transient fleeting moment of nature on canvas, Redzepi does the same on the plate. But there’s more to his creative philosophy than good food on the table.