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Let your inner romantic out with these sweet treats for Valentine’s Day.
The House of Krug’s much-awaited vintage is a blend of remarkable finesse and elegance that is balanced with a rich fruitiness.
What do you serve the world’s most powerful celebrities? On Oscar night, you top chicken pot pie with shaved black truffles and cover chocolate Oscars with 24-karat gold.
Experience an indulgent afternoon tea at Mandarin Oriental and feast on an exquisite selection of TWG teas and savoury treats.
Traditional dishes aside, Chinese restaurants are always working to make each Lunar New Year menu more exciting than the last by refreshing the old and imagining the new. Chong Seow Wei stops by four restaurants to see what’s cooking.
We let you in on the restaurants that blend stunning food with an amazing dining experience.
If you need any more reasons to visit celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay’s Singapore restaurant, we give you three.
Chef Sam Aisbett’s newest fine-dining restaurant at Chijmes is ready to dish up five- and eight-course menus that are all about native Australian produce incorporated with Asian flavours.
If you’ve had too much yu sheng or poon choi for your CNY celebration, head over to these restaurants for a taste of something unique.
A chef in the Philippines who is considered an ambassador of both Italian and Filipino cuisines and who has served heads of state like US president Barack Obama and the king and queen of Spain has been named Asia's best female chef for 2016
The homegrown tea brand opens its first standalone store, with a tea display for customers to learn more about its blends
The oldest champagne house showcases its limited edition Ruinart Blanc de Blancs coffret design at Art Stage Singapore, alongside le Gall’s stunning vineyard-inspired glass installation
For one night only, two renowned Japanese chefs will take over the Me@OUE kitchen to prepare Sichuan and Japanese classics
Indulge in a sumptuous dinner feast by guest chefs and SHATEC alumni at The Sapling