Of wine and beef, Argentinians know them well. Argentine cuisine is often described as a blending of cultures, with the bit of Mediterranean influences, and some bits from Italy and Spain. Argentine Gastronomic Week by Chef Patron Diego Jacquet
Wine and dine night with… Award winning guest chef Lino Sauro debuts authentic Sicilian cuisine at The Library. Hail from Sicily, one of the Singapore’s top chefs is performing his skill and showcasing his signature creation this March from 14th March to 18th March 2017 […]
ISETAN The Japan Store 4F The Table is finally opened to the public and it brings the new excitement to the Japanese food lovers. This whole new floor comprises of 5 top-notch Japanese restaurants ranging from sushi to tonkatsu, to yakiniku. They are Sushi Azabu, […]
It’s here again! The last month of the year, the cheerful month. I believe many are in the holiday festive mood now, busy with their Christmas shopping and waiting for the day to come. Have you all thought of the place to get-together?! I find […]
French food is all about pieces of art. I adore how fine they are, how beautifully they are plated, how the chef makes every element synchronise so well, and also how they give surprises on each dishes.
. . #faketaitai is now back in action. We often come across afternoon tea that is in English style. Also, some places serve Malaysian style afternoon tea which incorporates the local delicacies in the tier set. Now, there is this interesting one which don’t just […]
My first omakase experience was about a year ago. It was an awesome dining experience with my bff over there, seated at the counter, sipped on sake and enjoyed our meal with some expectation because we totally had no idea what we were going to […]