Ian Goh recently won first prize in the Asian edition of the S. Pellegrino Young Chef Awards. The Singaporean explains how his Hainanese heritage inspired his competition-winning dish.
First it was K-pop, now it’s K-food: Seoul in South Korea is showcasing to the world its culinary culture, from Michelin-star modern fare to traditional dishes and cooking techniques.
Indian barbecue eatery Revolver, Korean restaurant Naeum, the “kappo”-style Willow and French brasserie Claudine have been drawing hordes of diners despite ongoing restrictions.
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Singapore’s fine-dining restaurants have mostly survived the pandemic, but more casual outlets have struggled. With a fresh set of dining restrictions having kicked in, chefs and owners talk about how they are coping.
High quality produce from South Korea’s seas and farms has been overlooked internationally, but the hallyu wave is helping chefs introduce its food to a wider audience
Ethnic Singaporean food might be gaining a stronger presence on the international stage, thanks to these chefs honing their talent at Michelin-starred restaurants across the globe
Guests can savour anything from Peranakan to artisanal Italian pastas and pizzas, homespun Cantonese dishes, hearty European classics and modern American fare
In Japan, beautifully mottled Kobe beef retails for an eye-watering US$321 to US$395 a kilogram for the rib-eye cut
Banking on bright new culinary talents, several Singaporean restaurants find their businesses increase when a young chef takes the helm
Royer’s Singapore eatery Odette, which serves Asian-inflected modern French cuisine, clinched top spot at the Asia’s 50 Best Restaurants 2019 awards
Many of the Indonesian town’s fine dining eateries, including Aperitif, Room4Dessert and Nusantara, are happy to create a great tasting menu for lovers of plant-based food
The two-Michelin-star French chef’s fare is available in Air France’s La Première and business class between Singapore and Paris
Guests can savour seafood from the Far East, lamb from Kabardino-Balkaria, St Petersburg smelt, honey agarics and mushrooms from the Urals, as well as red deer meat from Altai
FTry swan liver and a dried sturgeon’s spinal cord
Think your Michelin-starred chef is only using truffles from France? Think again
The three airlines have renewed their fleets and come up with eco-friendly measures to reduce waste and carbon emissions
In the land of smorgasbord, organic and biodynamic are the watchwords as sustainable dining grows in popularity and restaurants source ingredients that are locally produced, or which they even grow themselves
Chefs in Europe’s most ecological city – working at top restaurants like Frantzén, Agrikultur, Ekstedt, Volt and Oaxen Slip/Krog – are using sustainable ingredients and leftovers to create delicious dishes
Argentinian-born chef’s restaurant in France named the best in the whole country
Brothers with the same vision and ideas help make El Celler the 'best restaurant in the world'.
Inspiration from Asian chefs is catching on in the international gastronomic scene