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The establishment aims to reach out to a wider demographic with little exposure to the country's culture and cuisine.

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Forget subtle. The Bird aims to meet your cravings for sugar, salt, baked goods.

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New restaurant scores on the freshness of its seafoods and heartfelt cooking.

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The 2017 Michelin line-up includes 38 restaurants and 47 stars this year, compared with 29 eateries and 37 stars in 2016.

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Disfrutar could well put Spanish cuisine back on the culinary map.

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Chef Brehm creates a kind of universality that says people are culturally different but fundamentally same same.

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NAMI, with its menu of dependable dishes, is perfect for corporate entertaining.

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As far as hotel quality goes, the establishment shows promise with its good intentions.

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The food at Luka, which is helmed by a Japanese chef, is understated yet satisfying.

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While the restaurant tries to challenge expectations and push boundaries, the food is decent with just enough elements of surprise.

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Beyond the enigmatic name of the eatery and strange range of stock, lie food combinations that are equally hard to fathom.

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Chef Sebastian Ng is back with renewed energy and in shiny new surroundings at the Downtown Gallery.

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Chef Aeron Choo's omakase-only menu makes the most of ingredients.