Best la mian in Singapore

We salute these restaurants, where noodles are still laboriously pulled by hand.

Banking on history

Lebanese winery Chateau Muscar may have been founded in 1930, but it can count on the country’s 6,000-year-old winemaking tradition to inspire and drive them to produce quality wines.

The spice of life

Chengdu may be an increasingly modern capital in Sichuan, but the locals know how to slow down and indulge in the city’s diverse cuisine and other simple pleasures, says chef Du Fei.

Caffeine by day, tannins by night…

Caffeine by day, tannins by night may well be the unspoken motto at Caveau Wines & Bar, the Les Amis Group’s latest opening on Scotts Road.

Plush convenience

Staycations are a breeze to plan when you need a short breather, but Montigo Resorts, which combines the tranquillity of an island retreat and the panache of a world-class resort, also qualifies as a choice getaway without the fuss.

Home baked goodness

If your head is reeling from the dizzying array of new-fangled flavours this Mid-Autumn Festival, why not make your own mooncakes?

September 2012 food hunting

Submit a photo of your favourite restaurant dish and win JuChunYuan Restaurant vouchers worth $200 each!

September 2012 subscription promotion

Subscribe to epicure magazine: save up to 30% and stand a chance to win Kenwood kMix breakfast set worth $278 each.

Boncafé wins double at 3R Packaging Award 2012

Boncafé International gets recognition for going green and has won double—Gold and Merit—at this year’s National Environment Agency’s 3R Packaging Awards.



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