On the same axis of the Kodai-ji Temple Nishikawa calibrates the balance of traditional ryotei cuisine with a casual and social ballast to the iconic, yet serious three Michelin star Kikunoi […]
Eating Japanese soba noodles at Tamawarai Tokyo is a slow food act with a Michelin stared attentiveness to quality. For most Japanese eating lunch at a sobaya is a rushed experience in any […]
Vietnam’s first artisan bean-to-bar chocolate makers Marou Faiseurs De Chocolat are paying tribute to the jungle farmed Vietnamese cocoa. Two Frenchmen Vincent Mourou and Samuel Maruta are making the vegan, mostly […]
RAW, sets a high ladder for the rest of Taiwan’s restaurants. Using mostly local Taiwanese ingredients, uplifted by some imported treasures such as uni from Japan, French nouveau cuisine cooking techniques and concepts of the Parisian bistronomy, the one year baby is rooting its steps firmly on the Taipei dining scene.
At Sai, not the Olympic athletes compete against each other in the international spectacle, but the Nagano natural ingredients accomplish their finest performance in the hands of the Japanese chefs’ team […]
Aesthetic perfection, haute couture ingredients and sleek flavors lie behind the contemporary French cuisine of Amber’s head chef Richard Ekkebus, whose effort was awarded two stars in the coveted Michelin […]