Happenings

The latest gourmet news for the curious epicure…
08 Jun 2011

Father's day treat

Whether Dad loves his meat or appreciates familiar homespun fare, Heart Bistro's covers all the bases.
06 Jun 2011

Mushroom season

With warmer weather comes an abundance of the cep mushroom, which is nutty, earthy and meaty all at once.
01 Jun 2011

Streetside gourmet

Taking its cue from the popular Paddington outdoor markets in Sydney, Cirque du Marche will hold its first night event on June 3 and 4.
29 May 2011

Triple treat for dad

Three reasons why you should head to Concorde Hotel Singapore for a sumptuous Father’s Day feast.
26 May 2011

Senso-rial experience

Subtle, delicate summer black truffle-based dishes are the scene stealers at Senso Ristorante and Bar's signature Prosecco Brunch on 5 June.
25 May 2011

Getting our just desserts

Rosio Sanchez, master pastry chef of NOMA, was recently in town during the World Gourmet Summit, teaming with local dessert-whiz, Janice Wong to showcase four produce-driven creations at 2am: dessert bar.
18 May 2011

Cheers to that

epicure's publishers were recently inducted into the prestigious Ordre des Coteaux de Champagne in recognition of their years of promoting the fine art of champagne in their publishing careers.
16 May 2011

Bamboo leaf parcels

The race is on to find the yummiest Dragonboat Festival dumplings; we rounded up a few tempting flavours worth the chow down.
30 Apr 2011

Extra dosa-ge

In searching for the best dosas in South India, Leisa Tyler travelled thousands of miles across four regions, and discovered more culinary delights than she had bargained for.
07 Apr 2011

'Best ham in the world' debuts at Santi

There is jamón ibérico and then there is Joselito’s jamón ibérico. Derived from acorn-fed black Salamanican pigs and cured for at least three years, the superior delicacy is proof that pata negra by any other name would not taste as sweet.
08 Jun 2011

Father's day treat

Whether Dad loves his meat or appreciates familiar homespun fare, Heart Bistro's covers all the bases.
06 Jun 2011

Mushroom season

With warmer weather comes an abundance of the cep mushroom, which is nutty, earthy and meaty all at once.
01 Jun 2011

Streetside gourmet

Taking its cue from the popular Paddington outdoor markets in Sydney, Cirque du Marche will hold its first night event on June 3 and 4.
29 May 2011

Triple treat for dad

Three reasons why you should head to Concorde Hotel Singapore for a sumptuous Father’s Day feast.
26 May 2011

Senso-rial experience

Subtle, delicate summer black truffle-based dishes are the scene stealers at Senso Ristorante and Bar's signature Prosecco Brunch on 5 June.
25 May 2011

Getting our just desserts

Rosio Sanchez, master pastry chef of NOMA, was recently in town during the World Gourmet Summit, teaming with local dessert-whiz, Janice Wong to showcase four produce-driven creations at 2am: dessert bar.
18 May 2011

Cheers to that

epicure's publishers were recently inducted into the prestigious Ordre des Coteaux de Champagne in recognition of their years of promoting the fine art of champagne in their publishing careers.
16 May 2011

Bamboo leaf parcels

The race is on to find the yummiest Dragonboat Festival dumplings; we rounded up a few tempting flavours worth the chow down.
30 Apr 2011

Extra dosa-ge

In searching for the best dosas in South India, Leisa Tyler travelled thousands of miles across four regions, and discovered more culinary delights than she had bargained for.
07 Apr 2011

'Best ham in the world' debuts at Santi

There is jamón ibérico and then there is Joselito’s jamón ibérico. Derived from acorn-fed black Salamanican pigs and cured for at least three years, the superior delicacy is proof that pata negra by any other name would not taste as sweet.