Joël Robuchon: Three Michelin Star Dining Experience
How does one write about a Three Michelin Star restaurant whose Chef has been given the title “Chef of the Century” and who currently has a total of twenty eight Michelin Stars? If I criticised it, I would surely sound patronising. If I said the experience is “phenomenal”, I might be misconstrued as being shallow.
Curate is Asia’s first Michelin Chef showcase restaurant. Every quarter, it hosts a culinary pop-up event called "Art of Curate" where showcase the signature dishes of specially selected Michelin-starred chefs.
have been wanting to visit Candlenut for the longest time, even before they won a Michelin Star in the inaugural Michelin Guide for Singapore. Word had it that Chef Malcolm was doing great things with Peranakan cuisine, using his knowledge of western fine dining to bring Peranakan cuisine into the 21st century while still preserving its essential character.
Beni: French Cuisine, Japanese Style. One Michelin Star Restaurant
The Japanese have a knack for mastering foreign cuisine -- French, Spanish, Italian and even Sichuan cuisine as shown by Chef Kentaro who also won a Michelin star for Shisen Hanten. That is not to say that our local boys aren't up to it has well. We have to congratulate Chef Jason Tan of Corner House also earned himself a Michelin star for French cuisine. But what the Japanese have been able to do is to add that unmistakable Japanese touch to any dish which is instantly recognisable.
I had a great time chatting with Chef Julien who happens to love hawker food. It really goes to show that the love of food knows no boundaries. That is why Singaporeans love everything from carrot cake to caviar. From the way he reacted to laksa, char kway teow and oyster omelette, I could tell that Julien has a deep love for food, any type of food, as long as it is good!
Congrats to Shien Hanten for winning One Michelin Star 2016 I am a big fan of the Iron Chef series so when I heard that Iron Chef Chinese, Chen Kenichi was in town to open the Singapore branch of Shisen Hanten (四川饭店), I just had to head down to the Meritus Mandarin to see what […]
Kobe beef was one of the foods on my list of things to eat before I leave this mortal sphere. There has been a ban on the export of Kobe Beef for many years such that the only way to experience it is to actually travel to Kobe eat it or have a really good […]
There is a wide range of places where one can get a Sushi fix nowadays. On one end of the spectrum are those places which sell the idea of Sushi. The idea of Sushi being a piece of raw fish which just passes NEA food safety regulations placed on a nugget of rice of dubious […]
Congrats to Waku Ghin for winning One Michelin Star 2016! Having a meal at Waku Ghin was something I had wanted to do ever since I heard that Chef Tetsuya Wakuda had set up his only other restaurant at Marina Bay Sands. I have been wanting to eat at Tetsuya’s in Sydney ever since my […]
Hong Kong Soy Sauce Chicken: The best and cheapest I have come across so far!
Congrats to Hong Kong Soy Sauce Chicken for winning a Michelin Star! Soy Sauce Chicken $14 each What’s better than really good food? Really good food that is cheap as well, that’s what. You know what I am talking about right? You eat something that is really good and you feel happy, but when the […]
Congrats to Les Amis for winning two Michelin Stars 2016! Chilled Alaskan crab leg and avocado ball Ah, it’s that time of the year again where the missus and I celebrate our “Going Out” Anniversary. Time really flies! This would be our 21st Anniversary already. Now those who are beginning their journey together in life […]
Hillstreet Tai Hwa Pork Noodles: Everybody Queue up!
Congrats to Hillstreet Tai Hwa Bak Chor Mee for winning a Michelin Star 2016! This is perhaps one of the most famous Bak Chor Mee in Singapore. The name Tai Hwa is almost synoymous with Bak Chor Mee. Now whenever I meet Teochew Stallowners, our conversation would invariably be in Teochew, and when asked why […]