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【Shanghai】The seasonal dream of a Singaporean chef: The Pine defines modern Asian cuisine

Humble and hard-working, Johnston Teo never had the opportunity to learn the different seasonal ingredients as he grew up in Singapore, a country without the classic four seasons. He had to learn it all by himself. Dishes at The Pine neither belongs to Western cuisine nor Chinese cuisine. He calls his dishes modern Asian cuisine.

Swedish 3 Michelin star Chef Björn Frantzén opens new restaurant in former André space in Singapore

Swedish Chef and Restaurateur Björn Frantzén have partnered with Unlisted Collection to open the new restaurant Zén on November 21.Executive Chef Marcus Jernmark of 3-star restaurant Frantzén in Stockholm will oversee the operation during the first months.The team will include General Manager Aaron Jacobson from 3-star Benu in San Francisco and Head Chef Tristin Farmer with a background including Maze by Gordon Ramsay in London, Aberdeen Street Social in Hong Kong and Marina Social in Dubai.

THE NEXT EDITION OF THE WORLD’S 50 BEST RESTAURANTS AWARDS WILL BE HOSTED IN MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA, ON 5 TH APRIL 2017

After 2016 edition in New York City, The World’s 50 Best Restaurants announces that its 2017 awards will take place in Melbourne in April. The flagship event, celebrating its 15th anniversary, will be hosted at the city’s historic Royal Exhibition Building on the evening of 5th April. The World’s 50 Best Restaurants has partnered with Tourism Australia to bring the series to its new home for 2017, where world-leading chefs, restaurateurs, sommeliers, media and influencers will gather to celebrate the very best in global gastronomy. The overall event program, running from 1 st -7 th April, will showcase Australia’s outstanding food and wine culture to an international audience of industry professionals and food lovers. William Drew, Group Editor of The World’s 50 Best Restaurants, says:…

Michelin Guide Great Britain & Ireland 2017 Reveals 20 New Michelin Stars ,Fat Duck returns to Three Michelin Stars.

The Michelin Guide Great Britain & Ireland 2017 was published on October 3. Twenty new Michelin-Starred restaurants were unveiled at the first-ever live launch of the Michelin Guide Great Britain and Ireland this morning. The 2017 edition of the guide includes a new Two Michelin Star restaurant: Raby Hunt at Summerhouse, near Darlington, where self-taught chef James Close cooks unfussy, modern dishes. Eighteen new One Michelin Star establishments were revealed, including two pubs: The Wild Rabbit in Oxfordshire with Tim Allen in the kitchen; and the Crown at Burchetts Green in Berkshire, run by Simon Bonwick and his family. The Lake District has two new Michelin Stars: Forest Side and Gilpin Hotel, while Dublin has another Michelin Star in Heron & Grey. In Wales, Sosban…

Peruvian restaurant Central triumphs as The Best Restaurant in Latin America 2016

• Central in Lima is named The Best Restaurant in Latin America, for a third consecutive year. • Restaurants from 11 countries in the region are represented, the most diverse in the four years of the list, with new entries from Panama and Paraguay. Mexico City, September 26, 2016. During an exciting and colourful ceremony, the Peruvian restaurant Central was revealed as the No.1 ranked restaurant at the 2016 edition of Latin America’s 50 Best Restaurants. The announcement took place this evening at Centro Cultural Roberto Cantoral in Mexico City, in an event that celebrates the very best of Latin American gastronomy and showcases its top chefs. Receiving the award for a third year in a row, Central chef-owners Virgilio Martínez and Pía León continue…

Why Michelin Expands its Horizon in China with Such Haste?

Following Singapore and Seoul, Le Guide Michelin, which is also known as the Bible of haute cuisine, is to expand its sight in Shanghai, the long-forgotten ancient Eastern civilization. On May 17th, Michelin announced that the publisher is to release its first Shanghai Guide in September or October of 2017. Chinese gourmet industry was thrilled about the news. There are evident signs that Michelin Guide has been claiming its territory in Asia. However, the news of a Shanghai volume came unprecedentedly hurried; unlike the usually cautious it features when expandingto new cities. Many fine dining lovers couldn’t help but wonder whether the Bible also degrade itself for the ordinary. As of the beginning of 2016, rumors about Michelin’s arrival in Shanghai have never ceased. In…