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The celebrity chef of Frantzén fame opened his third Asian venture in a shophouse circa 1926. Diners here are offered an aperitif and amuse-bouche on the first floor, before the neo-Nordic, eight-course, seafood-heavy tasting menu with Japanese influences unfolds above—on the second floor. Petit fours and coffee are served in the lounge area on the top level. Premium ingredients from Europe and Japan infuse the dishes with unique character. Reservations are mandatory.
Today we celebrate the success stories of Malaysians working abroad and flying the Jalur Gemilang flag high from London to Singapore.
In an intimate chat with Tristin Farmer of three-MICHELIN-Starred Zén, the chef shares his personal restaurant list and dining experiences from a recent trip to Spain.
A festive, multicultural celebration takes place with a strong return to dining and a long-awaited homecoming for Singapore chefs abroad.
Unlisted Collection's Loh Lik Peng talks about investing in talent and his checklist for building a successful restaurant.
The last course of most tasting menus, Petit Fours leave a sweet and lasting memory for the diner. Here's what seven MICHELIN-Starred restaurants in Singapore serve in theirs.
Seven MICHELIN-Starred chefs in Singapore share what they'll be doing this holiday season, along with their must-have holidays eats.
For the first time in two years, Björn Frantzén flies into Singapore for 48 hours to visit his restaurant, three-MICHELIN-starred Zén, have a few dinners around town, and talk about food cultures with Zén’s executive chef, Tristin Farmer.
With cuisine to match their exquisite surroundings