Features

Culinary trends and the people who set them…
05 Oct 2017

Hot eats in Oslo

The capital of Norway is teeming with activity especially when it comes to the food and drinks scene.
05 Oct 2017

Masterclass: Cured Pink Peppercorn Salmon Confit and Caramelised Banana Tatin

A dish with multiple components doesn't always have to take the whole afternoon to put together. Eric Ong, executive chef of PARKROYAL on Pickering shares his sure-fire recipes with us.
18 Sep 2017

Old-school fare at Antoinette

The patisserie-cafe's heritage dishes are just as delicious as its desserts.
04 Sep 2017

COMO Cuisine: Healthy Food (That Isn't Boring)

Rounding up the stellar F&B cluster at COMO Dempsey is COMO Cuisine, which serves wholesome pan-Asian dishes that are full of flavour.
04 Sep 2017

Prefectures less travelled

Skip Tokyo, Osaka and Kyoto on your next Japan jaunt. The off-the-beaten-track Ishikawa and Miyazaki prefectures offer their fair share of great eats, seasonal speciality ingredients and diverse scenery of snow-capped peaks and clear seas.
04 Sep 2017

Masterclass: Castella Cake and Raspberry Yuzu Tart

The evergreen appeal of Japanese desserts is hard to resist. Executive pastry chef David Landriot of Patisserie G demonstrates how to jazz up the humble castella cake and fruit tart.
31 Aug 2017

Why Sühring is not your typical German restaurant

It’s ranked number 13 on Asia's 50 Best Restaurants 2017 list, so why haven’t we heard of Sühring? The 18-month-old restaurant’s rise to fame in Bangkok has been nothing short of meteoric, thanks to the talents of identical twin chefs Mathias and Thomas Sühring.
01 Aug 2017

Food of our future

A new wave of agri-tech solutions will soon be upon us as several start-ups roll out their innovations globally.
01 Aug 2017

Raising the steaks

Just what does it take to rear the best cattle so consumers can get a succulent slab of well-marbled steak? We went on a pasture-to-plate journey to the Northern Territory in search of the tastiest beef.
01 Aug 2017

Masterclass: Grilled Steak ‘Rendang’ and Crispy ‘Mee Siam’

Beyond the progressive creations that the mod-Sin wave has spawned, Preparazzi’s chef Jeremy Nguee shows that the style of cuisine is all about paying tribute to the flavours you grew up with.
05 Oct 2017

Hot eats in Oslo

The capital of Norway is teeming with activity especially when it comes to the food and drinks scene.
05 Oct 2017

Masterclass: Cured Pink Peppercorn Salmon Confit and Caramelised Banana Tatin

A dish with multiple components doesn't always have to take the whole afternoon to put together. Eric Ong, executive chef of PARKROYAL on Pickering shares his sure-fire recipes with us.
18 Sep 2017

Old-school fare at Antoinette

The patisserie-cafe's heritage dishes are just as delicious as its desserts.
04 Sep 2017

COMO Cuisine: Healthy Food (That Isn't Boring)

Rounding up the stellar F&B cluster at COMO Dempsey is COMO Cuisine, which serves wholesome pan-Asian dishes that are full of flavour.
04 Sep 2017

Prefectures less travelled

Skip Tokyo, Osaka and Kyoto on your next Japan jaunt. The off-the-beaten-track Ishikawa and Miyazaki prefectures offer their fair share of great eats, seasonal speciality ingredients and diverse scenery of snow-capped peaks and clear seas.
04 Sep 2017

Masterclass: Castella Cake and Raspberry Yuzu Tart

The evergreen appeal of Japanese desserts is hard to resist. Executive pastry chef David Landriot of Patisserie G demonstrates how to jazz up the humble castella cake and fruit tart.
31 Aug 2017

Why Sühring is not your typical German restaurant

It’s ranked number 13 on Asia's 50 Best Restaurants 2017 list, so why haven’t we heard of Sühring? The 18-month-old restaurant’s rise to fame in Bangkok has been nothing short of meteoric, thanks to the talents of identical twin chefs Mathias and Thomas Sühring.
01 Aug 2017

Food of our future

A new wave of agri-tech solutions will soon be upon us as several start-ups roll out their innovations globally.
01 Aug 2017

Raising the steaks

Just what does it take to rear the best cattle so consumers can get a succulent slab of well-marbled steak? We went on a pasture-to-plate journey to the Northern Territory in search of the tastiest beef.
01 Aug 2017

Masterclass: Grilled Steak ‘Rendang’ and Crispy ‘Mee Siam’

Beyond the progressive creations that the mod-Sin wave has spawned, Preparazzi’s chef Jeremy Nguee shows that the style of cuisine is all about paying tribute to the flavours you grew up with.