HUNGER may be the best sauce, but uncertainty is a garnish that doesn't go well with any dish.

DINING OUT

PERCEPTION is a powerful thing in F&B. It's what makes us line up at Shake Shack (in a different reality from now). Makes us dine at a restaurant like Gaggan and swear we've been kissed by the...

DINING OUT

THERE are several reasons to eat Japanese food in Singapore: (1) you can ask for salmon sushi and not get thrown out of a sushi joint - you might even get some if the chef is more Edomae-pliable...

THE weather outside may be frightful in more of a hot-and-wet way, but Christmas is definitely in the air as plastic firs get pulled out of storerooms and "live" tree fans throng nurseries to fill...

DINING OUT

WHEN you're used to new restaurants fitting a certain template that includes concept- driven menus, designer aesthetics and all-round hipster vibe, Tanoshii throws you for a loop.

SHIBUYA IS NOTHING if not for its coordinated chaos (coordinated to locals but mayhem to us), with its jungle of steel, concrete and neon lights that spell a metropolis on steroids.

THERE'S no question that the dining scene in Tokyo is beyond comprehensive, to the point that there is just too much variety to choose from. It's hard to get a bad meal in Japan in general, but...

DINING OUT

IT'S funny how similar restaurants tend to gravitate towards the same location, to the point that you can almost predict what a new eatery is going to look like, just from its address. Go to Keong...