Terra Firma

He may have lost his Michelin star, but Terra's chef-owner Seita Nakahara is not letting it get him down. He's re-doubled his efforts since, bringing back an arsenal of ingredients from a recent home visit to Japan for his Autumn omakase. ...

Cooking under the radar

For the past few months, there've been murmurings in local food circles about a young chef who's been wowing diners with his original approach to Singapore food...
Memories - a MINI look at Singapore's heritage

A colourful history

Ang Mo Kio's landmarks throw light on the town's unique past ...

Bubble race

Get hyped for the F1 Weekend at the Pan Pacific Singapore, where you don't need to be Lewis Hamilton to take part in its own race. ...

Food stars

Gear up foodies, there's another food festival headed your way...

Bold start

What do you do when the cuisine you want to cook doesn't even exist? For chefs David ...
MEMORIES - A MINI LOOK AT SINGAPORE’S HERITAGE

Many Sides of Bukit Timah

Bukit Timah has had its name from as far back as 1828. Literally translated as "tin hill" in Malay, it has nothing to do with the industry. Instead, "timah" came from the name of the pokok temak trees that grew on the slopes of the hill, garbled by foreign tongues. ...

Game over - not

Whether you're suffering from dragon withdrawal, or still shaking your fists at the writers for the many plotholes that plagued Season Seven, one thing's for sure - 2018 (or 2019, according to some rumours) is still a long way away before the final season of the HBO series Game of Thrones...

Get crafty

If you missed last month's Beerfest Asia 2017, don't fret. You can still satisfy that beer belly with the upcoming Craft SG 2017, the second edition of Singapore's craft beer festival happening next weekend at Clarke Quay. ...

Kevin Lee

BY THE TIME Kevin Lee first picked up a camera to start shooting seriously, he was in his 30s. Now, the 44-year-old runs Invisible Photography Asia (IPA), an influential seven-year-old platform for photography and visual arts in Asia, which organises events, exhibitions, workshops and shines a...

Korean dude food

Modern Middle Eastern meets modern Korean as local chef Bjorn Shen's restaurant Artichoke teams up with Joo Bar for their first collaborative block party. ...

Discovering Chinese roots

It's not every day that Chinese chefs get to be under the spotlight, which is exactly the reason behind Jumping Table - a series of ad-hoc private dinners organised by chef and food writer David Yip. ...

Finding the right mix

The idea that you can work, live, eat and chill out all in the same building might have been anathema years ago when the CBD was notoriously bereft of life after office hours because people just wanted to get as far away from the office once they clocked out. But now, as the financial district...

Indulge in Geylang

This year's durian season is coming to an end, but don't let that stop you from heading to Geylang for its famous dining 'lorongs' that alternate with the area's more infamous nightlife. The stretch of Geylang Road that runs between Joo Chiat and Kallang is especially thick...

Old story, new twist

You may have heard of the 'Sticker Lady - a nickname Samantha Lo gained in 2012 when she made headlines for an artwork involving the pasting of stickers on traffic light buttons...

Beyond burgers

Potato Head Singapore may be well known for burgers but its latest menu update reflects rice and poke bowls as well.

Eat what, Singapore?

Save hawker food. Keep our char kway teow.

First-rate estate

Queenstown is a neighbourhood of firsts. It was the earliest housing estate in Singapore; the first satellite new town to be developed by the former Singapore Improvement Trust (SIT) in the 1950s, and later on by the Housing Development Board. It was also named after Queen Elizabeth II, in honour...

Hawker goes French

Street food gets a French twist when Jeremy Gillon of the recently-opened French bistro Audace serves a weekend brunch priced at S$68++ per person.

Country-style cooking

"One of my favourite local dishes is Chilli Crab! I fell in love with this dish the day I touched the shores of Singapore (in 1999), which I now call home. It is a dish that best represents Southeast Asia, particularly Singapore as a melting pot of diverse ethnicities and cultures...

Gourmet Goes Local

Ice kachang, muah chee, and "ting ting tang" may not be the usual things one would associate with a gourmet food festival, but at this year's Epicurean Market by Marina Bay Sands, they're getting their share of the limelight. ...

Some like it hot

If you're a fan of chilli crab but prefer yours spicy rather than sweet, then try the signature chilli pomelo crab at Blue Lotus Chinese Eating House on Sentosa, where owner Ricky Ng does not believe in holding back the chilli...

It's all Greek

The Greek restaurant community in Singapore is a small one - you can count them all on two hands. So it makes a big impact to the numbers when two new eateries joined the fray earlier this year, both opening within the span of two months.
Memories - a MINI look at Singapore's heritage

Past and repast

BALESTIER ROAD may be synonymous these days with good food and electrical stores, but in its past life, the area was home to agriculture, such as sugar cane and rattan plantations.

Green feast

SO green is the new black. That is, healthy eating is "in". Throw a stone in the CBD and you're bound to hit a salad shop, grain bowl cafe or cold-pressed juice bar, all touting superfoods to give you lean muscle and protection from chronic diseases...