The French culinary maestro — slated to open a restaurant at Raffles Hotel Singapore later in the year — shares how he runs his empire.
What are we going to eat and drink in the new year? We find out what Singapore’s F&B players think.
A sudden surge of celebrity chefs chefs will land in Singapore soon. What impact will they have on an already saturated dining scene?
Still smarting from being kicked out of his Michelin-starred restaurant halfway up the Eiffel Tower, France's most famous chef Alain Ducasse is pressing on instead with a new restaurant – Ducasse Sur Seine.
The 94-seat bistro will put the classics of French cuisine on the menu at the Musée du Louvre.
The world's top chefs turn to Sarawak for this spice, as do local restaurants Odette, Saint Pierre and The Kitchen at Bacchanalia. We find out what for.