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IT'S taken us two years to come to Summer Hill - a tiny heartland eatery that's small in size but big on hearty, bistro fare cooked by people whose idea of intermittent fasting is to eat like a...

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

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THE last time we saw Ace Tan, he was playing with dry ice and umami "snow". That was three years ago, when he and former chef-partner David Lee thought their brand of high-concept, high-priced...

LÈ FUSION is nothing if not decisive about its food. It says so in the name - fusion. Not like chefs who usually pussyfoot around the dining industry's equivalent of the "F" word. After all, that'...

LET me tell you a story: a rich tale of faraway lands and ancient civilisations; where silk and spice were the currencies of the day, and romantic images of exotic princesses, colourful bazaars...

IVAN BREHM WOKE up one morning a little more than a year ago with a voice in his head that came out of nowhere: "The upstairs unit is going to be vacant. You should talk to your landlady."

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FOR a suburban shopping centre, we don't know what gauge Raffles Holland V Mall uses to come up with its parking rates. The per-square-foot price of the homes around it, maybe?

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JUST as there is more than one way to skin a (insert politically correct, species-neutral term that will not invoke wrath of sensitive pet owners, rightful idioms be damned) cushion - there are...

IF YOU'RE drawn to the grittiness of Speakeasies, back alleys and assorted interpretations of off-radar eating and drinking, then you'll feel right at home in Gemmill Lane.

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WHEN you're stuck in a rut, what you need is a change of view. A new name. A fresh perspective.