Sushi B serves one of the best authentic omakase (chef’s choice tasting) sushi courses in Europe. This eight seat sushiya in Paris caters to these seeking authentic, yet personally curated, […]
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I interviewed Shinichiro Ogata, Japanese designer, creative director and founder of SIMPLICITY and SABOE tea experience on the theme of Japanese contemporary culture & tea’s place in it. Shinichiro Ogata, the […]
This humble, yet valuably informative and aesthetically minimalist cookbook introduced me to the rare ingredients that in their essence express the biodiversity of France and Japan. A minimum of soy […]
Natural biodiversity is celebrated thrice weekly at the historical San Francisco Ferry Plaza farmers market. Its scale proving that California is still in the centre of the food movement in […]
The world’s best chefs in collaboration with food journalists, are challenged by the wildness of nature and unfamiliar destination. The modern chef is thrown back to hunter-gatherer age in this book inspired by survival.
Souen is Manhattan’s pioneer of Japanese macrobiotic dining. The first location in Soho has been open since 1971, which was later extended to another two distinctive branches, each with its […]
Iggy’s is named after a restaurateur, sommelier and its owner Ignatius Chan, called by his friends “Iggy”. For many years considered by the local epicures the best restaurant in Singapore, […]