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YOU can never have too many Chinese restaurants in Singapore. At least not to the folks at Takashimaya Shopping Centre, where you don't have to throw a stone to hit one - you just move one step...

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ONCE upon a very long time ago, the universe was in chaos. The Avengers weren't around yet - just a Chinese god named Pangu with a big axe. With one mighty swipe, he hacks a giant cosmic egg into...

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NOW that Imperial Treasure and Crystal Jade have stopped trying to out-populate each other - during their pre-buyout days you would see an Imperial Treasure pop up within spitting distance of...

RED WINES the world over have become fresher and more energetic in the past decade, offering delightful and lively alternatives to the once dominant fruit bombs that could sink a palate in one...

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PAPADUMS are grossly misrepresented in Singapore. We blame it on Samy's - that banana leaf institution that shaped our childhood understanding of South Indian food and how we expect it to be...

UNLESS you have trained eyes, you could drive the narrow roads winding through the heart of coastal Maine's wild-blueberry country and never realise you were surrounded by acres of blueberry vines...

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WE'RE listening out for the gong.

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RESTAURANT menus are not normally our choice of reading material, but once in a while, you get a good one. For example, we never fail to crack up at the words "Salivating chicken with century eggs...

SHERRY is among the most singular wines available today.

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BY the time you read this, Le Grande Dame Raffles would have finally opened her doors. About time too, considering how she spent the last month or so in a sort-of-kinda-almost-not-quite state of...