Hakkasan opened in London and very soon got their first Michelin star. Shanghai followed suit and they got their star as well.
Sam Leong started his career with the Tung Lok group and my wedding dinner was actually planned by him. He proceeded to become a master on his own rights with his strong Cantonese cuisine background and coupled with Chef Mike Tan and his French cooking techniques, started this fusion cuisine. A fantastic combination of the…
OSIA ran a special set lunch that was value for money. You get a 2-course (appetiser and Main) for $35++ or 3-course (plus dessert) for $45++
Corner House is a black-and-white bungalow in the Botanical Gardens that used to be the residence of the Director of the Royal Botanical Gardens of Singapore, EH Corner.
Joël Robuchon is the most Michelin starred chef in history. His flagship Joël Robuchon are the mostly 3-starred, and the L’Ateliers are mostly 2-starred. Taipei does not have its own Michelin list, but if it did, this L’Atelier would have got its well-deserved 2-stars.
One of only three places in Singapore that served good Peking ducks – Min Jiang at Rochester Park, Prima Revolving Restaurant and now the latest Crystal Jade Golden Palace.
The Michelin Chef series continues with CUT by Wolfgang Puck. Herr Puck is the celebrity chef of the Hollywood stars, having catered for post-Oscar receptions and dinners for as long as we can remember. With CUT, he brought to Singapore his take on the quintessential New York Steakhouse experience.
Michelin 1-star JV by Alain Ducasse is a tribute to science fiction writer Jules Verne and is situated on the second level of Eiffel Tower. This is a fantastic intro to French fine dining without burning your pocket and get to travel to the second level of Eiffel Tower at the same time. For the…