Four Of London?s Best New Restaurants Show Britain?s Food Scene Continues To Soar


Recent openings from star chefs Jack Cashmore, Anne-Sophie Pic, Nobu Matsuhisa and Jason Atherton highlight how London is arguably now the world?s most exciting and varied eating destination

 

Restaurant Review: Tate In Sheung Wan ? Chef Vicky Lau Cooks With Poetry, Emotion


Voted Asia?s best female chef in 2015, Lau pulls out all the stops in her ?Odes? menu, with memorable dishes in her Michelin starred French-Asian outlet

 

Cookbook: Donabe, The Mystery Of The Japanese Clay Pot Revealed


Each culture has evolved its own clay pots for cooking, but for Naoko Takei Moore, none produces more flavourful food than the Japanese donabe

 

Chinese Millennials Should Be Leading The Charge For Wine E-commerce, But Vendors Fall Short With Marketing Visuals


A wine expert finds that when buying online, Chinese consumers are faced with a deluge of information from price and origin, to more obscure facts like the ?sobering up time?

 

Newly Opened Tempura Taki In Central ? Artful Tempura Omakase


The service is attentive, the dishes are beautiful and delicious to eat, this fine-dining restaurant stands out from its casual and inexpensive neighbours

 

Favourite Hong Kong Restaurants Of G.o.d. Co-founder Ben Lau, From Yuen Long To Ap Lei Chau


Hidden French treats, smashing wonton noodles and claypot rice so good it ruins his low-carb diet are among Lau?s top picks in the city

 
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Energy-drink Consumption May Lead To Cocaine Use, Study Says


Energy drinks could be a gateway to cocaine use, according to a new study....

 

Cookbook Explores The Middle East’s Obsession With Sweets


You don’t have to get on a plane to enjoy Arabic treats. Make them in your own kitchen with a little help from author Anissa Helou

 

Susan Jung’s Recipe For Sweet And Sour Pork With Lychees


The ubiquitous Chinese dish found in most restaurants around the world can be heavy on the ketchup, canned pineapple and white vinegar but good sweet and sour pork is more subtle, says Post Magazine

 

Top Korean Chef Who Discovered Joy Of Cooking On Military Service


Yim Jung-sik, of Michelin-starred restaurants Jungsik Seoul and Jungsik New York, reveals how he found his calling in the unlikeliest of places

 
 
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