Ten kilometers northwest of Tallinn is a striking building in a great coastal location, with far-reaching views over Tallinn Bay and the Gulf of Finland. This is where you will find NOA Chef’s Hall, one of two restaurants awarded One MICHELIN Star in the inaugural MICHELIN Guide Estonia. In the same contemporary building, you’ll find sister restaurant NOA, which received a Bib Gourmand.
In this video, Executive Chef Tõnis Siigur introduces us to his two restaurants and his Head Chefs. He discusses the guiding principles behind the two operations, his philosophy when it comes to food and the reasons why his customers keep returning.
More inclusive beverage menus, nanotechnology-powered ingredients and back-to-basics cooking, these are some of the developments we will see in the coming year, say Asia’s leading restaurant chefs.
Oh, what a year — nay, what an era — it’s been. As Asia finally turns a corner in the three-year-long pandemic, MICHELIN Star restaurant chefs around the region to get their reflections on the year just past and their wishes for the one ahead.
Imagine a city where fish has played an important role in its gastronomy since ancient times with fish patterns on its coins and different fish dishes: there, this is Istanbul.