Rediscovering glory

Reduced to rubble after World War II and distanced from its noble past under communist rule, Dresden is now enjoying a resurgence as one of Germany’s most cultutrally vibrant cities.

December 2011 food hunting

Submit a photo of your favourite restaurant dish and win Vitaliano Pasta Pots with Lid by Silit worth $429 each!

Spotlight on: Ian Kittichai

Fate seemed to have other ideas for the man who had no intention of ever being a chef. The Golden Boy of Thai cuisine recounts his humble beginnings as a pushcart peddler in Bangkok, and his fast track up the culinary ladder.

Quest for the best

A dining experience at the new Rakuzen reveals clean, pure flavours thanks to a twice-weekly import of sashimi from Ishikawa and Kagawa prefectures, and brown rice sourced from Akita, which is freshly milled on premises.

December 2011 subscription promotion

Subscribe to epicure magazine: save up to 30% and stand a chance to win a pair of Legle teacup and saucer sets from ToTT Store worth $308 each!

Best sticky date pudding in Singapore

This classic British dessert is seemingly simple to execute. But it requires the right amount of moisture, density and sweetness. Here are the ones who aced our test.

Oui, oishii

Burgundy Michelin starred-chef Laurent Peugeot and Japanese chef Yoshida Tetsuya demonstrate the beauty of marrying French cuisine and Japanese flavours with the new LP + Tetsu that opens at Tanglin Mall this month.

Pulp fiction in a bottle

It wouldn’t be far-fetched to say that Matt Gant aims to be the Quentin Tarantino of the Barossa wine industry. He shares how he is putting the fun back into grape appreciation.

Sip and sample

With 53 different kinds of wines by the glass at The Tastings Room, guests will have a field day sampling and picking their favourite quaffs, instead of having to purchase them by the bottle first.



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