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.
André Chiang, officially unveiled his first restaurant project in China during the “Interpreting Sichuan Flavour . In collaboration with the The Bridge Group, a restaurant industry leader in China, creative and culinary director Chef Andre presents a revolutionary concept to Chengdu, ‘THE BRIDGE’.
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….