Sweet deal

If you want to show some appreciation to that hardworking colleague in your team, this would make a fine little gift.

Canton classics

Mandarin Court (formerly Pine Court) now boasts an updated menu, interior makeover and a new chef at the helm.

Best mojitos in Singapore

This timeless concoction has undergone various flavour incarnations over the years (although the original recipe remains our favourite). Here are the establishments that do it best.

The raw gourmet

Matthew Kenney wants to show the world that raw food need not be unpalatable and uninspiring.

Rolland collection wines available locally

Grape enthusiasts can now add 10 new Bordeaux wines to their personal portfolio.

Singapore emerges champion at Expogast 2010

The National Culinary Team beat some 2,400 chefs from 53 nations to clinch top place at the culinary world cup in Luxembourg.

A white truffle odyssey

Thanks to a weakened euro, the prices of this season’s tartufo bianco from Alba show a marked decrease from the last. Chef Diego Martinelli of The Lighthouse presents an exquisite menu featuring the coveted tuber.

Time to wine and dine in hong kong

It’s hairy crab season in Hong Kong but non-fans of the da zha xie can still find plenty of gastronomic thrills in the city. Mark your calendar for the second Hong Kong Wine & Dine Festival which is now in full swing and ends on 30 November.

Spotlight on: Tom Aikens

Reputed for his fiery temper and a Stakhanovite work ethic, Michelin-starred chef Tom Aikens was recently at Raffles Hotel Singapore for a five-day guest stint.



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