Gourmet

AYANA’s New Chef – Jusman So

October 14, 2011  

AYANA’s New Chef – Jusman So

The AYANA Resort and Spa Bali is proud to announce the appointment of Jusman So as Chef de Cuisine at Dava, the signature fine dining venue at AYANA Resort and Spa Bali. Jusman is founder-chef of Singapore’s much-awarded Sage restaurant, and was the winner of Singapore’s Best Rising Chef (WGS 2008). He will be introducing a new menu highlighting his signature style, which combines a blend of classic European techniques with the highest quality imports and local... [Read more of this review]

Equinox Flair – Chefs with Altitude

October 9, 2011  

Equinox Flair – Chefs with Altitude

The iconic Equinox Complex in Singapore is turning 10 this year, and it is celebrating with a bang with the return of the annual Chefs With Altitude from 23 to 30 October 2011. The week-long gourmet festival will feature the best in fine dining, mixology and entertainment. The event will feature the return of the illustrious Chef Bruno Menard to JAAN restaurant, where he will be presenting a special menu and helm an exclusive 9-Course Dom Perignon Vintages Dinner. The... [Read more of this review]

Culinary Yogyakarta – Central Java

July 20, 2011  

Culinary Yogyakarta – Central Java

Yogyakarta, located in Central Java, is a province filled with mysticism and cultural charms. The location makes it an attractive option for tourists heading to visit the Borobudur Temple, while the charming colonial architectures of old give it a unique flavor who keeps those tourist staying for more. Eating in Yogyakarta is notoriously cheap compared to other tourist hotspots such as Bali and Jakarta, and as more and more people move to Yogya, the flavor of this small... [Read more of this review]

Graze at Martin No 38

July 19, 2011  

Graze at Martin No 38

Graze at Martin No. 38, the latest addition to the Epicure collection, is now open. Located within the stylish Robertson Quay neighborhood, it is a vibrant informal space sure to be a classic hangout spot for all day dining and relaxation. Unearthing Asia talks to the brain behind the venture, young Singaporean entrepreneur Yenn Wong, who also had a hand behind JIA, Hong Kong’s first boutique hotel and the first hospitality venture in Asia by French design guru, Philippe... [Read more of this review]

Raw Fish Transformed

June 28, 2011  

Raw Fish Transformed

In the beginning, there is raw fish. The fish must be as fresh as you can get it, preferably fish that has just been plucked from the ocean. The right thing when you’re cooking fish, as anybody who’s picked up table utensils will tell you, is to put it on a fire and cook it until it’s done; anything less (sashimi excepted) is asking for trouble. The Filipinos know better. They know that absolutely fresh fish, when bathed in vinegar or calamansi juice, undergoes... [Read more of this review]

Culinary Celebrations in Jakarta

June 16, 2011  

Culinary Celebrations in Jakarta

Mandarin Oriental, Jakarta is proud to invite the public to join them for a celebration of summer holidays around the world with delicious culinary promotions including a visit by Michelin-starred chef Fabien Lefebvre. Michelin Star Chef Lefebvre, who is renowned for modernizing French cuisine with touches of Mediterranean flair, will be showcasing his skills from 7 to 9 July at the Mandarin Oriental Jakarta’s signature restaurant Lyon. Enjoy Chef Lefebvre’s... [Read more of this review]

Thai Takeaway – Eating Out in Thailand

June 7, 2011  

Thai Takeaway – Eating Out in Thailand

Photo credit - Stuart Spivack The majority of travellers to Thailand will speak of its superb cuisine and more often than not, it’s the one thing that holidaymakers seem to miss the most after their Thailand holidays. Food in the Kingdom of Thailand is both healthy and incredibly delicious, the prices are also so low that it is easier and much cheaper to eat out every meal time than it is to buy everything from the local supermarkets and prepare it where you’re... [Read more of this review]

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