Juliana Loh

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Scandinavia, where even the fast food is slow, and respect for ingredients is paramount

From one of the world’s best burger stands to some of the world’s best restaurants, Sweden and Denmark offer visiting foodies some impressive choices; vegetables and plant-based meat alternatives are features of menus.

20 Jun 2019 - 8:15PM

From one of the world’s best burger stands to some of the world’s best restaurants, Sweden and Denmark offer visiting foodies some impressive choices; vegetables and plant-based meat alternatives are features of menus.

Scandinavia, where even the fast food is slow, and respect for ingredients is paramount
Hakka cuisine in Singapore: where to find leicha thunder tea rice and other traditional dishes

Thunder tea rice, or leicha, is a classic Hakka dish created 1,900 years ago to feed troops during the warring Three Kingdoms period in China, and is one of many traditional dishes that can be found in Singapore’s Hakka restaurants.

16 May 2019 - 8:27PM

Thunder tea rice, or leicha, is a classic Hakka dish created 1,900 years ago to feed troops during the warring Three Kingdoms period in China, and is one of many traditional dishes that can be found in Singapore’s Hakka restaurants.

Hakka cuisine in Singapore: where to find leicha thunder tea rice and other traditional dishes
The best things to do on a Singapore layover, from airport jacuzzis and street food to tropical exploration

Whether you have three hours or a good half-day in the Lion City, there are plenty of interesting things for you to do and still make it back in time for the next leg of your journey

10 Apr 2018 - 12:44PM

Whether you have three hours or a good half-day in the Lion City, there are plenty of interesting things for you to do and still make it back in time for the next leg of your journey

The best things to do on a Singapore layover, from airport jacuzzis and street food to tropical exploration
Five traditional Singapore bakeries, and a coffee shop, to satisfy your craving for the treats locals grew up with

From steamed coconut cakes to fresh spring rolls and breads of many kinds, Singapore’s old-fashioned bakeries and confectioneries offer a glimpse into the culinary history of the nation

13 Jul 2017 - 5:37PM

From steamed coconut cakes to fresh spring rolls and breads of many kinds, Singapore’s old-fashioned bakeries and confectioneries offer a glimpse into the culinary history of the nation

Five traditional Singapore bakeries, and a coffee shop, to satisfy your craving for the treats locals grew up with
The foragers of Singapore: how to find edible plants growing wild and the foods and drinks to make from them

From the roadside berries that make a delicious jam to leaves you can infuse and the noni fruit which, fermented, can make a blue cheese, there’s a feast of foods to be had for free. Juliana Loh takes a walk on the Lion City’s wild side

23 Dec 2016 - 11:58AM

From the roadside berries that make a delicious jam to leaves you can infuse and the noni fruit which, fermented, can make a blue cheese, there’s a feast of foods to be had for free. Juliana Loh takes a walk on the Lion City’s wild side

The foragers of Singapore: how to find edible plants growing wild and the foods and drinks to make from them
3 of the best restaurants in Ubud, Bali, where art’s spread from studio to plate

Gorgeous new dining spots and bars have sprouted up in the art hub in heart of holiday island that paying homage to the varied local produce. We find out about three of the finest

20 Jul 2018 - 2:54PM

Gorgeous new dining spots and bars have sprouted up in the art hub in heart of holiday island that paying homage to the varied local produce. We find out about three of the finest

3 of the best restaurants in Ubud, Bali, where art’s spread from studio to plate
Dinner as theatre: behind the scenes at Ultraviolet, Shanghai ‘immersive’ restaurant

The ‘actors’ - Paul Pairet’s chefs and servers – present 20-course French menu to their ‘audience’: one table of guests amid a vast room who are fed sounds, smells, images and incident along with the dishes. Kitchen team get a voyeuristic thrill as they watch CCTV cameras convey the diners’ reactions

5 Feb 2016 - 12:51PM

The ‘actors’ - Paul Pairet’s chefs and servers – present 20-course French menu to their ‘audience’: one table of guests amid a vast room who are fed sounds, smells, images and incident along with the dishes. Kitchen team get a voyeuristic thrill as they watch CCTV cameras convey the diners’ reactions

Dinner as theatre: behind the scenes at Ultraviolet, Shanghai ‘immersive’ restaurant
Favourite restaurants of Macanese Gastronomic Association president

Luis Pimenta de Castro Machado finds it hard to single out places in Macau to eat Macanese food - lest he offend some chefs.

8 Jul 2015 - 9:16PM

Luis Pimenta de Castro Machado finds it hard to single out places in Macau to eat Macanese food - lest he offend some chefs.

Favourite restaurants of Macanese Gastronomic Association president
Hello Kitty Obrigado Macau gives local delicacies a feline twist

If pork jerky cut into the shape of the Japanese cartoon cat is your thing, or macarons with Hello Kitty posing amid Macau scenes, here's where to go.

8 Jul 2015 - 9:16PM

If pork jerky cut into the shape of the Japanese cartoon cat is your thing, or macarons with Hello Kitty posing amid Macau scenes, here's where to go.

Hello Kitty Obrigado Macau gives local delicacies a feline twist
Restaurant review: Communal Table, Macau - good food and company

Sandwiches, baked potatoes and pizzas are the principal fare at this good-value pit stop.

8 Jul 2015 - 9:16PM

Sandwiches, baked potatoes and pizzas are the principal fare at this good-value pit stop.

Restaurant review: Communal Table, Macau - good food and company
Inside track: five places Macau people go to buy something special

From psychedelic candy stores to hipster boutiques, we visit the stores locals patronise.

 

9 Jul 2015 - 11:10AM

From psychedelic candy stores to hipster boutiques, we visit the stores locals patronise.

 

Inside track: five places Macau people go to buy something special
Cha Gordo: Macau's ' fat tea' a celebration of Macanese cuisine and culture

Tomorrow evening the annual Cha Gordo meal, a celebration of Macanese food and traditions, will take place at a masquerade ball at the D. José da Costa Nunes school. "There you can feel and sense a little bit of the nostalgia of the old days - and what the Cha Gordo means for us," says Luis Machado, the president of the organisers, the Confraria Gastronomia Macaense.

10 Apr 2015 - 6:16AM

Tomorrow evening the annual Cha Gordo meal, a celebration of Macanese food and traditions, will take place at a masquerade ball at the D. José da Costa Nunes school. "There you can feel and sense a little bit of the nostalgia of the old days - and what the Cha Gordo means for us," says Luis Machado, the president of the organisers, the Confraria Gastronomia Macaense.

Cha Gordo: Macau's ' fat tea' a celebration of Macanese cuisine and culture
Macau's love of speciality coffee set to rival that of Hong Kong
Restaurant review: Estabelecimento de Comidas Chu Kei, Macau

Noodle house's dumplings made to original 1950s recipe.

28 Jan 2015 - 11:42PM

Noodle house's dumplings made to original 1950s recipe.

Restaurant review: Estabelecimento de Comidas Chu Kei, Macau