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El Mero Mero means the “go-to guy” in Mexican parlance. The founder, Alejandro Blanco, was formerly a legal professional, who spent over 10 years in corporate law and mergers and acquisitions as Director and Regional Counsel for a Mexican MNC

Situated on the fourth floor of the National Gallery of Singapore, just opposite the Khoo Teck Puat reflecting pool, Yàn Restaurant by the Park Hotel Group hosts an elegant Cantonese dining experience with well-crafted dishes.Stepping into the restaurant, you are

This was a bit of a foodie adventure from the start. “Where is it?” We arrive at the stated address but the restaurant proves elusive amongst the rows of shophouses. The actual entrance requires some sleuthing to uncover and turns

Zafferano is perched on top of Ocean Financial Centre, promising elevated views and providing a tranquil sanctuary from the stresses of city life. The view from the balcony is stunning and unparalleled. We see an effortless blend of concrete, sky

Some say that food memories are the most powerful of memories, evoking nostalgia and bringing you back to a specific moment in history with all the emotions accompanying that moment. At Preludio, the personal stories of food growers and producers

An Introduction to Mediterranean Cuisine Mediterranean cuisine hails from the Mediterranean Basin. The region spans a wide variety of cultures with distinct cuisines, including (going anticlockwise around the region) the Maghrebi, Egyptian, Levantine, Ottoman (Turkish), Greek, Italian, Provencal (French) and Spanish.

It would be remiss of any Japanese food fan to not have heard of the old Nadaman, the flagship Japanese restaurant at the Shangri-la Hotel in Singapore from 1984 till last year. Nami is the successor to this restaurant and

Set amid the lush Botanic Gardens, Botanico sits atop a pristinely conserved 1920s colonial heritage building called The Garage. The Garage was literally a car garage for university professors in the past, and where Botanico is now situated was the

One Michelin-starred restaurant Labyrinth truly deserves its accolades. We are indeed fortunate that Chef Han Li Guang – known as Chef LG Han – has abandoned a career in banking and entered the culinary scene in Singapore.A graduate of The

The legal profession is no stranger to seeing its members hang up their black suits for chef’s whites. But fledgling-lawyer-turned-restauranteur Woo Wai Leong has a slightly different claim to fame. In 2015, Woo bested 14 other amateur cooks to emerge