At Home With Wolf

Luxury American appliance brands Wolf and Sub-Zero are making a re-appearance in Singapore in a big way with its brand new showroom housed in a purpose-renovated conservation shophouse in McNair Road.

Glamping It Up

Get set for an adventure through India's remote wildlife and cultural destinations as part of a mobile camping group led by an English-speaking guide...

Accessible kaiseki fare at Yoshi

WITH its rebranding as just "Yoshi", the original Kaiseki Yoshiyuki has dropped the "Kaiseki" and half of its chef's first name - probably to sound more millennial-friendly as it reaches out to a dining crowd whose idea of culinary craftsmanship is the number of toppings...

Big In Japan

Fraser Hospitality's design-centric brand Capri has just added Tokyo to its stable with a 190-room hotel in Ginza that's set to open in time for the 2020 Olympics. ...

The Producers

French bistro Atout goes local - literally - as its tribute to Singapore's 53rd National Day. For the whole month, chef-owner Patrick Heuberger has created a menu using produce from local producers. ...

Restaurant world loses an icon

JOEL Robuchon, the world's most decorated chef, died on Aug 6 in Geneva at the age of 73, but not without leaving an impact on Singapore where he had two restaurants before their closure at the end of June. His eponymous Joel Robuchon restaurant was the only one awarded three stars when...

Restaurant world loses an icon

JOEL Robuchon, the world’s most decorated chef, died on Aug 6 in Geneva at the age of 73, but not without leaving an impact on Singapore where he had two restaurants before their closure at the end of June.

Heritage Eats

You can't go wrong with Folklore when it comes to celebrating local food culture for National Day. ...

Kueh Goes Swee

Kueh Dada, Kueh Sarlat, Ondeh Ondeh local desserts get a stylised makeover at Sinpopo's newly-opened concept store at Paragon...

Indie chef makes his mark at IL Den

HE had us at "Javier"...

More transparency please, Michelin Guide

IF THERE were speech bubbles floating above the heads of every chef at the Michelin Guide gala dinner on Wednesday night, they might have read something like this:

Top Chef

Stephanie LeQuellec, of the one Michelin-starred restaurant La Scene in Paris, is one of France's few acclaimed female chefs. ...

Michelin-level fare at Gunther's

THE Michelin boat has sailed off into the sunset and sadly, Gunther's isn't on it. Ours isn't to question why - although speculation is free so we can do it anyway...

Speed of Time

From July 12 to 15, the English estate of Goodwood was turned into the Festival of Speed, one of the top car festivals in the UK as racing fans got to see some of the world's best drivers and cars in action...

Casual food served 2 ways at Clan, Mu

MEMBERSHIP has its privileges, but there's still a way to breathe the same elite air on the cheap at - the only public space at the private club Straits Clan. Since it opened, it's become the go-to meeting place for the air-kissing crowd, all of whom meet the unspoken criteria for entry:...

Vintage Thrills At Le Mans Classic

THE SUN WAS beating down relentlessly on the tiny little French town of Le Mans, but it was literally raining cars. There were thousands - some 8,500 of them, unearthed from eras as far back as the 1920s up to the early 2000s - all scrubbed, shiny and in as perfect working order now as they were...

Japanese food goes casual at Jypsy

NOBODY goes to a PS Cafe for the food. Come on, seriously. People go there mainly to soak up as much design inspiration as they can, so that they can go home and redecorate their living rooms. But they can't. Because the folks behind PS Cafe are not real people. They're design magazines...

Zen In The City

If you're looking for some respite from urban city life in Kuala Lumpur, check into the newly opened Banyan Tree right in the heart of the city's Golden Triangle. ...

Fume-Free Kitchen

Two-in-one extends to a lot more than just coffee and creamer packets as German appliance maker Miele introduces an integrated induction hob and extractor for those who fancy doing some serious pan-frying without a cumbersome overhead cooker hood.

The Future Of Food

TAKE A CHICKEN. Any chicken. Break it down into parts. No, not your favourite drumstick, wing or breast meat. Deconstruct it into what it really is: water, proteins, lipids, amino acids - many, many kinds from alanine to leucine - and whatever compounds that add up to make a chicken a chicken and...

Famous Treasure serves up familiar gems

WE dined at a famous restaurant the other day. In fact, not only is it famous, it's a treasure. If you don't trust us, ask the restaurant - which is nothing if not a great believer in self-affirmation...

Whisky Comfort

Room for More isn't an ad for a fertility campaign. It's more like Italian restaurateur Beppe de Vito's way of saying that one can never have too many F&B establishments. ...

Losing Weight The Dr Oz Way

LAST YEAR ON The Dr Oz Show, American TV host Mehmet Oz conducted a one-year review of 10 of the most popular diets to see which one worked best. He got 40 volunteers to eat vegan, paleo, low-carb/high-protein, Mediterranean and more for a full year, and to report on their results after that.

Revivo Your Spirits

THERE ARE HOTELS with wellness facilities, and there are wellness facilities that happen to have rooms. That is pretty much how Sebastien Andre, general manager of Revivo Wellness Resorts, sums up the three-month-old holistic centre located just off Bali's five-star hotel-studded Nusa Dua...

Style beats substance at Madame Fan

AT night, South Beach has a futuristic, Blade Runner feel to it. Maybe it's the way you feel hemmed in by the tall towers in black and steel, with hardly any light except for the giant LED screen overhead relentlessly showing The Lion King musical excerpts, or an annoying family popping out of...