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.
6 Local Malaysian Flavours Highlighted in the MICHELIN Guide Kuala Lumpur and Penang Star Revelation Gala Dinner
For the inaugural launch of the MICHELIN Guide Kuala Lumpur and Penang, six chefs were invited to cook at the gala dinner, with a focus on Malaysian flavours.
Auntie Gaik Lean's Old School Eatery makes history as one of the four MICHELIN-Starred restaurants in the inaugural MICHELIN Guide Malaysia. She shares the importance of her Peranakan heritage and gives us an exclusive look into her kitchen.
MICHELIN Guide Kuala Lumpur and Penang: 97 Restaurants Shine in the First Edition, Including 4 MICHELIN Stars
Kuala Lumpur and Penang’s dining establishments make their debut in the MICHELIN Guide with 97 listings, covering over 20 cuisine types, along with three restaurants receiving the MICHELIN Special Awards: Service Award, Sommelier Award and Young Chef Award.
Today we celebrate the success stories of Malaysians working abroad and flying the Jalur Gemilang flag high from London to Singapore.