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Michelin Guide: Some hits, some misses

(Source: www.straitstimes.com)

As with every restaurant guide, the inaugural edition of the Singapore Michelin Guide will meet with incredulity that one’s favourite restaurant was not included, or surprise that another one was. 1,174 more words

Current Affairs

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I have now been in Singapore for almost exactly just over one day! So far it all sort of feels like some crazy and really exciting dream, featuring the best send-off crew and the best greeting crew in the whole world. 169 more words

Crazy Excitement

Faith in heritage food pays off for chef

(Source: www.businesstimes.com.sg)


YEARS of hard work preserving the recipes of his heritage and making it relevant to modern palates have finally paid off for Peranakan chef Malcolm Lee. 206 more words

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Best Peranakan restaurants in Singapore

(Source: www.timeout.com)

Repping the Peranakan end of the mod-Sin spectrum, chef-owner Malcolm Lee cuts a pioneering figure on both the local and international stages. In keeping with the cuisine’s penchant for borrowing influences from the East and West, dishes here are gussied up with premium ingredients. 234 more words


Baba Chews - Hotel Indigo

feaSituated in the iconic building which was Old Joo Chiat Police Station that housed Old Hong Kong Teahouse, the building is now part of Hotel Indigo within Katong Square and is home to Baba Chews, the neighbourhood “café” of the hotel. 1,218 more words


Chong Wen Ge Café 崇文阁 – New Peranakan Café Next To A Temple, Within The CBD. Hidden Gem

(Source: danielfooddiary.com)

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If you have been a reader of Daniel’s Food Diary for a while, you would know that a substantial part of what I do is to discover NEW food places in Singapore. 517 more words