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Wrap up your 2022 with these holiday offerings from MICHELIN restaurants in Singapore. Whether it's dining out or dining in, a romantic dinner or a gathering with your nearest and dearest, we're sure you'll find something that'll bring the holiday cheer to the table.
A local gastronomic hotspot, the Jurong area is a district that's rich in hawker stalls and cheap eats. Here, there's always something for everyone. Check out what our MICHELIN Guide inspectors recommend!
New in Food: Alma's Haikal Johari Opens a Bistro in the Heartlands, JAAN's Grand Reopening, and New Menus in Singapore
November is an exciting month for food in the MICHELIN community! From one-MICHELIN-Starred Alma's chef, Haikal Johari, opening a new bistro in the Heartlands, two-MICHELIN-Starred JAAN by Kirk Westaway's grand reopening, to new menus and exciting collaborations — here are the latest happenings in Singapore's MICHELIN dining scene.
Known to be a tourist destination where some of Singapore's most iconic structures can be found, Marina Bay is also home to a wide variety of upscale dining destinations for a meal (or four) to remember.
For 62-year old Kong Yiu Man, age is just a number. In January 2022, he opened Sing Lung HK Cheong Fun, which was recognised with a Bib Gourmand six months later. Today, he talks about starting fresh, what he has learned from his years of experience, and why passion means everything.
Out and about every day in search of the world's best restaurants, they are the hidden face of the MICHELIN Guide. One of the Inspectors gives us the lowdown on this unique job.
Nancy Silverton of MICHELIN-Starred Osteria Mozza in Los Angeles spills the secrets of her famed Caesar Salad.