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Buah keluak fried rice - by Michelin-starred chef Malcolm Lee at OUE Re-Store.

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Nasi Minyak Batang Hari - a speciality from Jambi, Indonesia, by chef William Wongso for OUE Re-Store.

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Lunching at Shenton Way has gone futuristic with OUE Re-Store.

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Farm-to-table lala and crab bee hoon by Ah Hua Kelong.

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Chef Daniel Tay revives his family brand, Old Seng Choong, with his latest flagship store at The Central.

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One of Old Seng Choong's classic offerings - butter pound cake.

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Nothing can stop Fishball Story's Douglas Ng since the Bib Gourmand success last year.

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Roast Paradise's Kai Koh (extreme left) with his new business partners, Sean Hong and The Muttons.

Recipe For Success

What will you eat in 2018? Familiar culinary names share their plans for the coming year
Jan 5, 2018 5:50 AM

HI-TECH
OUE RE:STORE

So you're too busy to get to a restaurant and the restaurant can't get to you. Meet halfway at OUE Downtown Gallery, and pick up your designer meal from a designated "vault" as part of an ambitious hi-tech venture dreamed up by Makansutra

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