Focusing on crafting creative new Huaiyang cuisine, The Hut is known for having insisted on sourcing best quality ingredients and innovating Chinese cuisine with modern western techniques while maintaining the essential charm of oriental cooking styles.
The restaurant came to Shanghai last summer and has undergone two renovations in between, but I have already tried its summer, autumn and winter menus. The seemingly simple dishes are loaded with unpretentious skills and rock-solid knowledge of Chef Xu Jingye, who has made Guangzhou cuisine so purely classic yet elaborately eye-opening.
The concept of bistronomy is becoming increasingly popular around the world, and its latest addition in China is the recent opening of NEW WAVE by DA VITTORIO, an Italian restaurant located at UCCA Edge in Shanghai, and headed by former DA VITTORIO Shanghai sous chef Francesco Bonvini.
Now its previous rich Southern French flavours have recently been revamped by the new Executive Chef Ugo Rinaldo, who has embarked on a mission to give a new life to French cuisine through revisiting old favorites with a modern refreshing twist.
After a revisit, I was greatly impressed by chef Yann Klein’s understanding of the Chinese terroir and the use of local ingredients. I stand by my commendations as the whole dining process is just like a progressive symphony, leading you to the spectacular beauty of the moment.
If you want to replenish an exhausted body after a long day, stimulating sensations may not be a cure-all formula. Rather, sometimes a simple meal is all it takes to fix a sunken heart, to soothe the soul and restore the spirit.
Timeless is eternal. MMB is on my monthly must-visit list.
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he founder of Nan Xing Yuan, Deng Huadong, has brought traditional “Nan Tang" dishes to Shanghai, bringing back to life the intricate hospitality and refined subtlety of Chinese fine dining.
This 18 October, 2021 TastyTrip Gastronomic Forum once again brings together industry insiders, including executive chef Gary Yin from King's Joy in Beijing, a three-starred Michelin restaurant and the first-ever recipient of Michelin's 'Green Star' in China, and many other renowned restauranteurs, to talk about the future of the restaurant industry, with foreign three-starred Michelin chef joining us for an exciting, borderless conversation.
Massimo Bottura’s Osteria Francescana reclaims the No.1 spot in The World’s 50 Best Restaurants 2018
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2018 TastyTrip Gastronomic Forum Shanghai