Eat by type: 6 new Singapore restaurants
It’s new restaurant season again and all kinds of eateries are popping up around town. Here are the ones to try first….. FULL ARTICLE
Joel Robuchon: ‘The best gauge of success is still the number of guests who keep coming back’
Some chefs work a lifetime to be awarded one Michelin star, Joël Robuchon has 26 (and counting) to his name.
In April, the superstar chef became the latest celebrity chef to set up in Singapore, opening L’Atelier de Joël Robuchon and Joël Robuchon Restaurant at Resorts World Sentosa –- his first restaurants in Southeast Asia –- with a tea salon to follow later this year.
For his Singapore outposts, the “Chef of the Century” –- named by guide Gault Millau in 1990 -– has not tweaked his magic formula of perfection too much ….. FULL ARTICLE
10 June, Charlene Fang, www.cnngo.com
36 Hours in Singapore
JUDGING from the number of cranes that dot the city’s skyline, Singapore is booming. In the last few years, casinos and hotels have sprung up; museums and galleries in former colonial landmarks have flung open their doors; and international designers have staked out prime real estate alongside up-and-comers just starting to make their fashion mark. Throughout the city, street vendors and sleek restaurants — new and well-established — serve up the city’s renowned mix of Malay, Chinese and Indian ethnic cuisines. And, best of all, sexy lounges and rooftop bars are helping the city-state shake off its formerly staid image…..FULL ARTICLE
April 28, Ondine Cohane, www.nytimes.com
The ‘S-Factors’ of Singapore
The past few years have seen a dramatic rise in Filipinos visiting Singapore.
With very affordable air fares enticing even the ordinary Filipinos to travel, Singapore evolves as one of the more popular destinations for travelers because of its proximity to the Philippines which means short travel time, and its “S-factors”—sights, sounds, shopping and sumptuous food….. FULL ARTICLE
March 15, Ana Marie S. Tiangco, www.mb.com.ph
Singapore’s best gourmet restaurant
Consistently surprising, experimental and memorable, these doyens of deliciousness are Singapore’s finest dining experiences….. FULL ARTICLE
December 1, Jenny Tan, www.cnngo.com
Move over celebrity chefs, Singapore’s homegrown restaurants are staging a coup
The recent onslaught of star-studded celebrity chef restaurants has given Singapore’s dining scene a glamorous boost. The hive of culinary activities is not just abuzz in kitchens helmed by chefs with star pull. A crop of fine-dining restaurants in Singapore have gone on the offensive, re-shuffling their kitchen line-up, culinary concept or moving to swankier premises….. FULL ARTICLE
November 24, Eve Ang, www.cnngo.com
Fulfilling YourSingapore gastronomic desires
In Singapore, there are many famous restaurants around the island that draw foodies from all walks of life. These restaurants not only showcase the diversity of Asian cuisine, but also expound other international flavours, proving that Singapore is a melting pot of culinary choices and flavours….. FULL ARTICLE
October 22, Anansa Jacob, www.thesundaily.com
Culinary Crossroads: Did you know eating was Singapore’s national pastime?
Singapore was the perfect choice for a Top Chef season finale. It is a well-known axiom that eating is Singapore’s national pastime. To the last of them, Singaporeans are passionate about food. And knowledgeable, though none more so than our guest judge K. F. Seetoh, author of Makansutra, the definitive guide to everything from street food to fine dining in Singapore….. FULL ARTICLE
September 10, Tom Colicchio, http://www.bravotv.com
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