The Food Journal had an early Chinese New Year “Lou Hei” with Din Tai Fung earlier this month. Check out the video to see what Din Tai Fung has to offer this Lunar New Year.
Every month, The Food Journal plays host to a gastronomic experience at a different restaurant. The most recent one was held at Takujo at Emporium Shokuhin, where guests experienced a refreshing take on classic Japanese dishes.
Steve Allen joined Pollen only last year as its executive chef, but he’s definitely no stranger to Asia – he was previously the CEO at the Delicious Group in Kuala Lumpur in Malaysia. Little wonder then that he’s settled into his new role easily, along with the adoption of local slang. He’s also brought with..
This month, in conjunction with Millenia Walk, we played host to a 9-course reunion lunch right in the middle of the mall’s atrium! The drinks were flowing and the conversation buzzing as we worked through the scrumptious menu featuring dishes from the various restaurants around the mall. Like us on Facebook and follow us..
Find out what the multi-faceted chef and owner gets up to as he ensures Candlenut settles into its brand new home. The stoic 32-year-old has quickly become one of the nation’s culinary stars after being awarded a Michelin star in the Singapore Michelin Guide, published in July this year. An advocate for Peranakan food since..
Every month, The Food Journal plays host to a gastronomic experience at different restaurants. This time round, FJ Social Hour took place at the new Japanese gastrobar Kuro Izakaya, where it was a night of cold brews, great food and even better company. Unlike the typical cramped, smoky izakayas, Kuro is a spacious, modern gastrobar..
The yuletide season is a great excuse to eat. Savour the festive treats at Millenia Walk this Christmas. FUMÉE BY HABANOS #01-53/54, Tel: 6835 7339 Gather your friends around for a festive soiree at this gastrobar cum deli. Order up a few drinks to get the merriment flowing and then a Fumee Festive Plank ($88)..
If the concept of social media and celebrity chefs existed before the millennium, chef Otto Weibel would have been a firm fixture. In Singapore since 1973, the 70-year-old Weibel has continually made his mark on Singapore and Asia’s culinary scene. From his work with 5-star hotel groups like Shangri-La (Singapore and HOng Kong) and Westin..