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

Singapore Grand Prix

The Singapore Grand Prix weekend (September 16-18) is not just for fans of motor racing. There is also a host of big-name bands performing over the three days, including KC and The Sunshine Band, Kylie Minogue, and Queen – fronted by Adam Lambert. Plus, there is always something to do or see in Singapore. For more on the Grand Prix and some options for what to do, … Continue reading Singapore Grand Prix

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

Singapore eats in HK

Singapore, like Hong Kong, is famous for its food, and residents of both are passionate about eating. Which brings me to my article about Singapore’s National dishes, discussing five, with some suggestions for where to indulge in them in Hong Kong. This includes – This article, first appeared in South China Morning Post as, Signature dishes get chequered flag (tie-in with Grand Prix story). All images courtesy of … Continue reading Singapore eats in HK

All aboard the Eastern & Oriental Express

I had the opportunity to take the luxury Eastern & Oriental Express train from Singapore to Bangkok earlier in the year – here is a copy of an article I wrote about the experience for South China Morning Post. A trip I highly recommend. To read more – SCMP E&O  I also wrote this article –Take the A Train– for Mix magazine from the angle of hiring the train … Continue reading All aboard the Eastern & Oriental Express

Culinary Tours and Festivals

Once sporting events dominated corporate entertaining, but times have changed. Not only are companies looking for something different they are aware of the growing influence of all things culinary. The following article (published in Mix magazine) highlights just some of the options, including guided tours and gourmet festivals, both locally and abroad. Culinary Corporate Entertaining Continue reading Culinary Tours and Festivals