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Arany Kaviár Étterem, Hungary

The restaurant first opened in 1990, which is commemorated by a plaque in front of its door. They’ve never lost sight of where they want to go in the Hungarian culinary scene since then. In the kitchen, their principles have stayed the same: perfect raw ingredients, bold flavors, simplicity, balance, and harmony. While maintaining their […]

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Authentic Seafood Paella

Paella’s origins can be traced back to the area around Valencia, Spain, near the Albufera Lagoon, where fishing and rice farming coexisted for decades. Paella was the cuisine of agricultural workers who prepared rice dishes over open flames with whatever ingredients they could find. The paella is named for the broad, shallow pan in which […]

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There are no bad steaks in Argentina

Parilla restaurants abound everywhere I go in Argentina. There are a plethora of steakhouses to choose from, each emitting a cloud of meaty smoke from their built-in charcoal grills before you even enter the restaurant. After two months here, I was surprised to discover that I had never had a terrible steak. From a high-end […]

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Eat, Singapore

Restaurants to try this week in Singapore

Feeling bored of dining at the usual suspects or hunting down the latest restaurant openings in Singapore? Dining out this week doesn’t have to be that stressful there are plenty of well-aged restaurants out there; some which you might not have been to, some which you might have forgotten or perhaps those that you have […]

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Eat, Singapore

Aoki, Singapore

If you spot me eating lunch here, then I must be eating with none other than the Ladies of Singapore. In my past life, I was a jeweler to the richest of the richest. Still staying in touch with my clienteles that turned friends over the years. Set lunch here at Aoki restaurant, sets you […]

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Kipkot, Belgium, Brussels

Each time I visit Belgium, I make a special visit to Kipkot. This unassuming small chain of restaurants that focuses on EPIC rotisserie chicken should not be missed when visiting Brussels. Serving up slow-roasted chicken over a wood flame, with special emphasis on local produce, long breeding periods and a commitment to the chicken’s 100% […]

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Kanawa Oyster ship 船かなわ, Hiroshima

Oysters are one of Hiroshima’s largest exports and despite its ubiquity in the city, few restaurants prepare them as well as the Kanawa Oyster Boat Restaurant. With its private supply of farmed oysters, expect a year-round supply of extra succulent morsels with robust minerality despite a typical season limited to the fall and winter months. […]

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Banh Mi 37, Nguyen Trai, Ho Chi Minh, Vietnam

In an unassuming corner off Nguyễn Trãi in Ho Chi Minh City lies Banh Mi 37 Nguyen Trai, a small Banh Mi pushcart, with an international following and snaking lines of hungry customers. For the uninitiated, a Banh Mi is a Vietnamese French-baguette sandwich usually filled with cold cuts, offal and a variety of fresh […]

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Jin Sha, Hangzhou, China

No visit to Hangzhou is complete without savoring Dongpo pork, the local specialty of unctuous belly pork sliced impossibly thin and served in its braising liquids with an assortment of Condiments and steamed rice flour buns. And Jin Sha 金沙厅 @ the Four Seasons Hotel Hangzhou at West Lake is the place in Hangzhou for said dish, […]

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Xi Yan – Singapore

Founded by Jacky Yu, Xi Yan adheres to a philosophy that only the freshest of ingredients are used each day. Xi Yan menu is delicately crafted by the chefs and changes regularly. Jacky Yu, nicknamed ‘Hong Kong’s Jamie Oliver’, Xi Yan restaurant rides on his years of food experience as a food critic and cooking […]

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Eat, Travel & Dining

Osteria Al Squero – Venice

A tiny hole in a wall right across the squero di San Trovaso is the Osteria Al Squero. It a wildly popular cicchetti place in Venice. Packed with customers to the brim, the tiny osteria serves the most interesting bites to pair with your birrino or Aperol Spritz. Because its near Zattere, a University district, […]

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Hjh Maimunah – Singapore

Hajah Maimunah Restaurant, Singapore’s favorite go-to Nasi Padang . In a narrow street behind Masjid Sultan mosque is a simple Malaysian/Indonesian restaurant that’s always bustling with life – and it’s obvious to see why: the ingredients are fresh, the spices is delicious and the prices are affordable. A very good mix of 60% of dishes […]

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Hjh Maimunah – Singapore

Hajah Maimunah Restaurant, Singapore’s favorite go-to Nasi Padang . In a narrow street behind Masjid Sultan mosque is a simple Malaysian/Indonesian restaurant that’s always bustling with life – and it’s obvious to see why: the ingredients are fresh, the spices is delicious and the prices are affordable. A very good mix of 60% of dishes […]

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Origin Grill, Singapore

The origins of flavors, travel adventures, and Singapore’s storied history of rich trade, colonial charm, and tropical splendour inspired Origin Grill. Fresh, authentic flavors are showcased in the restaurant, which uses carefully selected, one-of-a-kind, and high-quality ingredients. Line-caught sustainable seafood from Indonesia and New Zealand, as well as a tailored beef selection from Australia and […]

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