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Tatler Dining Singapore

Nov 01 2019
Magazine

Dining well is a luxury Singapore Tatler has long appreciated, and T.Dining by Singapore Tatler, a bi-annual publication, affirms its commitment to covering the city’s dynamic food scene. It also offers an insider’s look at the global culinary landscape, food and wine trends and the best gourmet experiences. Not only does it celebrate the evolutionary nature of the business, but also the creative energy that feed the voracious and seemingly tireless professionals who make dining well an indulgence we so passionately afford ourselves. The aim is to offer readers a discerning perspective of the world of food and drink, an appreciation of quality dining experiences, not labels or exclusivity.

Tatler Dining Singapore

GOOD, BETTER, BEST

STARTER • A gastronome’s guide to the colourful world of food

For the Love of Food • What started as a childhood fantasy to build an F&B empire is gradually becoming a reality for multi-hyphenate Serene Chua

A Garden Universe • Father-and-son culinary masterminds Michel and Sébastien Bras on the importance of remaining original in the face of contemporary cuisine’s constant evolution

SUSTAINING DELICACIES • Chefs have become more creative with caviar, as farmed varieties deliver a new way to enjoy this time-honoured luxury

TRUTH OF THE MATTER • Italian-Argentinean culinary maestro Mauro Colagreco on staying passionate yet unaffected in the increasingly demanding world of gastronomy

HEADING IN A NEW DIRECTION • At his popular restaurant Esora, chef Shigeru Koizumi is intent on taking the Japanese dining experience into the future

WEST COAST DELIGHTS • Boasting some of the world’s best street food alongside the sleekest and sexiest dining rooms imaginable, Los Angeles is still a dining destination with few rivals

SAVOUR • People, places, and passions worth a longer read

UNDER THE TUSCAN SUN • Experience the enduring allure of Tuscany with three hotels offering varying perspectives on the Italian region, but with one thing in common—a quest to provide a culinary experience like no other

NATURAL ABUNDANCE • While small, Australia’s island state of Tasmania has a wealth of natural and cultural activities for those longing for a unique Australian gourmet experience

CULINARY RENEGADES • A look at three restaurants in Asia that are redefining the fine-dining experience

SENSE OF PLACE • When only the best of locally sourced proteins will do

SIP • A drink dossier for the discerning

HOW DO YOU WINE? • Singapore’s first members’ wine club and a champagne subscription service are some of the new concepts that aim to help imbibers indulge in their passion for the finest pours

MASTERS OF THEIR CRAFT • Six competitive bartenders share their thoughts on what it takes to shake and create their way to the top

SYMPHONY OF FLAVOURS • WHILE OMOTÉ IS KNOWN FOR ITS CONTEMPORARY JAPANESE FARE, ITS PRIVATE OMAKASE DINING BY HEAD CHEF NAGAE TOSHIHARU OFFERS CREATIVE MENUS ANCHORED IN TRADITIONAL WASHOKU STYLE

BEST RESTAURANTS 2019/20 • SINCE 1986

SINGAPORE’S TOP 20 RESTAURANTS • This year’s list is a showcase of culinary prowess that reaffirms our city’s uniquely diverse dining landscape

15 Stamford by Alvin Leung

Bedrock Bar & Grill

Buona Terra

Café Mosaic

Candlenut

Cé La Vi

Como Cuisine

Crystal Jade Dining In

Crystal Jade Golden Palace

Crystal Jade La Mian Xiao Long Bao

Crystal Jade Palace

Curate

Dempsey Cookhouse & Bar, The

Din Tai Fung (Paragon)

Ellenborough Market Café

Fat Cow

Flutes Restaurant.Bar

Hashida Sushi

Hua Ting

Ippoh Tempura Bar by Ginza...


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Frequency: Twice per year Pages: 164 Publisher: Tatler Asia Limited Edition: Nov 01 2019

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  • Release date: October 31, 2019

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English

Dining well is a luxury Singapore Tatler has long appreciated, and T.Dining by Singapore Tatler, a bi-annual publication, affirms its commitment to covering the city’s dynamic food scene. It also offers an insider’s look at the global culinary landscape, food and wine trends and the best gourmet experiences. Not only does it celebrate the evolutionary nature of the business, but also the creative energy that feed the voracious and seemingly tireless professionals who make dining well an indulgence we so passionately afford ourselves. The aim is to offer readers a discerning perspective of the world of food and drink, an appreciation of quality dining experiences, not labels or exclusivity.

Tatler Dining Singapore

GOOD, BETTER, BEST

STARTER • A gastronome’s guide to the colourful world of food

For the Love of Food • What started as a childhood fantasy to build an F&B empire is gradually becoming a reality for multi-hyphenate Serene Chua

A Garden Universe • Father-and-son culinary masterminds Michel and Sébastien Bras on the importance of remaining original in the face of contemporary cuisine’s constant evolution

SUSTAINING DELICACIES • Chefs have become more creative with caviar, as farmed varieties deliver a new way to enjoy this time-honoured luxury

TRUTH OF THE MATTER • Italian-Argentinean culinary maestro Mauro Colagreco on staying passionate yet unaffected in the increasingly demanding world of gastronomy

HEADING IN A NEW DIRECTION • At his popular restaurant Esora, chef Shigeru Koizumi is intent on taking the Japanese dining experience into the future

WEST COAST DELIGHTS • Boasting some of the world’s best street food alongside the sleekest and sexiest dining rooms imaginable, Los Angeles is still a dining destination with few rivals

SAVOUR • People, places, and passions worth a longer read

UNDER THE TUSCAN SUN • Experience the enduring allure of Tuscany with three hotels offering varying perspectives on the Italian region, but with one thing in common—a quest to provide a culinary experience like no other

NATURAL ABUNDANCE • While small, Australia’s island state of Tasmania has a wealth of natural and cultural activities for those longing for a unique Australian gourmet experience

CULINARY RENEGADES • A look at three restaurants in Asia that are redefining the fine-dining experience

SENSE OF PLACE • When only the best of locally sourced proteins will do

SIP • A drink dossier for the discerning

HOW DO YOU WINE? • Singapore’s first members’ wine club and a champagne subscription service are some of the new concepts that aim to help imbibers indulge in their passion for the finest pours

MASTERS OF THEIR CRAFT • Six competitive bartenders share their thoughts on what it takes to shake and create their way to the top

SYMPHONY OF FLAVOURS • WHILE OMOTÉ IS KNOWN FOR ITS CONTEMPORARY JAPANESE FARE, ITS PRIVATE OMAKASE DINING BY HEAD CHEF NAGAE TOSHIHARU OFFERS CREATIVE MENUS ANCHORED IN TRADITIONAL WASHOKU STYLE

BEST RESTAURANTS 2019/20 • SINCE 1986

SINGAPORE’S TOP 20 RESTAURANTS • This year’s list is a showcase of culinary prowess that reaffirms our city’s uniquely diverse dining landscape

15 Stamford by Alvin Leung

Bedrock Bar & Grill

Buona Terra

Café Mosaic

Candlenut

Cé La Vi

Como Cuisine

Crystal Jade Dining In

Crystal Jade Golden Palace

Crystal Jade La Mian Xiao Long Bao

Crystal Jade Palace

Curate

Dempsey Cookhouse & Bar, The

Din Tai Fung (Paragon)

Ellenborough Market Café

Fat Cow

Flutes Restaurant.Bar

Hashida Sushi

Hua Ting

Ippoh Tempura Bar by Ginza...


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