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Part rocker, part dare-devil and full-fledged savvy entrepreneur, Hong Kong’s Michelin-starred Alvin Leung embodies a new wave of chefs who combine traditional ingredients with modern cooking techniques.
How much can one learn at a three-hour culinary workshop? Plenty, as Adeline Wong and Jasmine Tham find out when the passionate chef in question is Jean-Charles Dubois.
This Japanese fine dining restaurant shows that you can enjoy great kaiseki cuisine without burning a hole in your wallet.
World of flavours under one roof
The Icelandic volcanic ash put a dampener on some travel plans, but that didn’t stop the Food&Hotel Asia 2010 from drawing 52, 000 attendees—a record-breaking attendance. epicure thronged the trade event’s gargantuan halls to fill you in on the treats.
A seafood affair
Join us at The Cliff for an exclusive five-course dinner with matching award-winning Duval-Leroy champagnes from Top Wines on 15 March.
Best bars in Singapore
It wasn’t long ago when going to a bar meant taking a chance with flat beers and stale peanuts. But a new generation of watering holes offers specialty cocktails, expert mixologists and a cooler-than-thou ambience, taking tipple enjoyment to new heights.
Two years after his verbal attack on molecular gastronomy, three Michelin star chef Santi Santamaria isn’t retracting his words.
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