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A little list of our Paris favourites when we head back to France annually for Hong Kong Tatler. From fine dining establishments to brasseries across the city of light, these are options that aren’t just for the deep pocketed.

the eight macau (10 of 14)

We took our visiting guest chef friend ** Michelin Thierry Drapeau for Sunday yumcha here as he was curious what a *** Michelin Chinese restaurant in Asia was like. So, with four Michelin stars on the table, there was running commentary on every dish and its execution. Service was disappointing. We waited 20mins for our […]

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This is a long overdue post but definitely one of the under rated Chinese restaurants in Hong Kong. Great dimsum, the perfect roast suckling pig and one of my favourite fish soups that reminded me of Singapore’s fish head bee hoon – with the evaporated milk added to thicken and flavour the soup, but there […]

akrama restaurant france paris

We had a wonderful dinner here last summer when they still had ** Michelin stars, pity about losing one in this year’s guide. Everything from the service to the food was impeccable and worthy of their two stars when we dined there. The restaurant is intimate and cosy with a straightforward menu and every dish […]

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I am falling quite far behind blogging again as I am knee deep in work. Still playing catch up on travel and eating posts from the last couple of months and still scheduling a couple more from last summer! The National Gallery Singapore is a stunning space and worth a visit just for the architecture. […]

Usually, table for one.

  I couldn’t be more happy and proud of my man who has reached the next level towards the culinary holy grail of two Michelin stars, after gaining the first within 8 months after opening his eponymous restaurant, working so hard and motivating the team to tirelessly put in 200% to maintain it for three […]

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Someone asked me the other day where’s the best service I’ve ever experienced and it occurred to me that I never got round to raving about our dinner at Le Royal Mansour in Marrakech. The intuitive, white glove seamless non-intrusive service – where your next thought is anticipated before you can voice it and they’re […]

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It was my first time here and I was pleasantly surprised. I was told it’s one of the few kitchens with many women chefs helmed by executive chef Sebastien Lepinoy, which explains the beautiful delicate plating and presentation of each dish. Part of the Singaporean Les Amis empire, Cépage lived up to its stellar acclaim. […]

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      We had an amazing holiday—clear blue skies, breeze in the summer heat and our private pool in the villa. There’s always too much too do and too little time, but it was great to get away and see old friends, albeit too short. We went to some fantastic places, but the food somehow always […]