China is the first country to resume life in this new normal and due to the excellent preventative measures put in place early on, has been successful in controlling and limiting the spread of the coronavirus, allowing many restaurants to reopen.
A big closure has been announced, with Hakkasan Shanghai closing its doors for good effective Monday April 13. Bund No. 3 and No. 18 were previously the two most popular buildings on the Bund. Faced with the expensive rents, the loss of tourists due to the epidemic, Hakkasan's permanent closure is no doubt a warning sign. Moreover, the Studio Frantzen, which was expected to open on the Bund 5 in March, is now pending without further information.
For the first meal with my foodie friends since the restart of restaurants, we chose Oriental House off menu as before. It filled me with great joy when the fresh flavor of seafood floated up from the restaurant, which served as a warmly consolation to me since I am not able to travel to eat in short term. “Tasty food surely changes life！”
The World’s 50 Best Restaurants 2019 was just unveiled on 25th June in Singapore. This is the first year with new voting mechanism, and Mirazur in Menton, France, is named The World’s Best Restaurant 2019...
The 2019 list of Asia’s 50 Best Restaurants was announced at an awards ceremony at Wynn Palace, Macao. Odette in Singapore has taken top honours, succeeding four-time winner Gaggan in the No.1 spot which is going to close next year and open a new restaurant in Fukuoka, Japan.
Debuting at No. 26, JL Studio has made a good start in 2020 Asia's 50 Best Restaurants. The head chef Jimmy Lim is expected to be awarded stars in its inaugural 2020 edition of the Taichung Michelin Guide.
The 18th edition of The World’s 50 Best Restaurants will be unveiled on Tuesday 25th June in Singapore’s signature architecture, Marina Bay Sands. This is the first year that the awards programme is hosted in an Asian city...
The organiser of Asia’s 50 Best Restaurants and Saga Prefecture have together taken the reluctant decision to cancel this year’s on-site event programme in Japan. After consultation with The Governor of Saga Prefecture, 50 Best feels it has no alternative but to reformat the awards ceremony and related events on this occasion.