The future of fine dining

With an increasing global focus on eating sustainably and environmentally consciously, more diners are turning to alternative, and, in some cases, unusual, protein sources. This allows them to indulge and feel guilt-free about doing so. This is leading to more fine-dining chefs presenting creative dishes that showcase non-processed alternatives, from completely plant-based to more ‘meaty’ protein options, such as insects. To read more about the … Continue reading The future of fine dining

Hot Spots – Harbour City

As a dining destination, Harbour City in Tsim Sha Tsui has a lot of draw factors, including Michelin starred restaurants, celebrity chefs, overseas imports, cuisine variety and constant new openings. Click HotSpots_HarbourCity to read more about six of the best, plus a Canton Road favourite. Below image courtesy of Epure, cover image courtesy of Amelia. Continue reading Hot Spots – Harbour City

Interview: Bonnae Gokson

Interviewing style icon, Bonnae Gokson, was a true pleasure. Passionate and creative, and with high attention to detail, she spoke about creating an ambience that resulted in the South China Morning Post’s 100 Top Tables 2020 Best Ambience award for Sevva. Running the venue like a five-star hotel – she has curated every single element, from the smallest to the largest. Click here to learn … Continue reading Interview: Bonnae Gokson

Top 5 – Private Dining Asia

A private dining experience must meet various requirements to be memorable –  the food obviously needs to be great, and ideally on-trend, and the location should be private but not boring. For the added wow factor, the private dining space should have a unique edge, something that makes it stand out, such as the following five Venues with Menus Cover and above image courtesy of … Continue reading Top 5 – Private Dining Asia

Switzerland – three views

Unexpected art, sybaritic artisans and a unique cultural history: my impressions of a tour through Zurich, Lausanne and Neuchâtel as written for Prestige Hong Kong. Not all content submitted makes it to the final version, such as – One of the best restaurants for modern art on the plate is Baur au Lac‘s stunning restaurant, Pavillion, with its star-architect designed glass rotunda that draws in … Continue reading Switzerland – three views

Singapore Star Dining

When the first Singapore Michelin Guide was released on July 21st, negative reactions from local food critics, journalists and bloggers was similar to that of Hong Kong (each and every year) – many questioning certain entries and the exclusion of others. Controversy aside, shining the international spotlight on dining in Singapore, including some homegrown talent can only be a good thing. Eateries in city see stars is … Continue reading Singapore Star Dining

Caprice – 8 Michelin Stars

1 Night, 3 Chefs, 7 Courses, 8 Michelin Stars! In May, Caprice, is hosting a seven-course dinner, prepared by three talented chefs from three restaurants, for a combined eight Michelin stars. Christian Le Squer (Four Seasons Hotel Georges V, Paris), Fabrice Vulin (Caprice), and Chan Yan Tak (Lung King Heen) have been working on the menu together for months, and each will present diners with multiple … Continue reading Caprice – 8 Michelin Stars