European Cuisine

A Noodle Story

A Noodle Story – The first and only Singapore-style ramen!! It had always been my dream to have my own little place where I can serve warm, delicious food to happy guests. Today, I’m very happy to announce that I’m a step away from realizing that dream as we’re launching “A Noodle Story” soon. Please help…

No More Overcooked Meat

No More Overcooked Meat     For meat lovers, there are few pleasures in life that can rival the satisfaction from biting into a thick juicy slab of steak. How many times had we encountered dry, tough, and severly overcooked meat? But before we actually start to cook, we need to first understand the composition…

Joe’s Crab Shack

Joe’s Crab Shack     We were strolling down Fisherman’s Wharf in noon time San Francisco, searching for this renowned bistro, famed for its Dungeness crab which I had narrowed down in a local food magazine when something caught my eyes… Standing in front of me, I saw this signage with vivid pictures that immediately…

Culinary Foam

Culinary Foam – An introduction In the past decade, there has been an up going trend among chefs in the usage of culinary foam made famous by Ferran Adria of elBulli fame. There are two schools of thoughts among chefs regarding food such as culinary foam. On one side, the old guards believe food should…

Dinner at Les Amis

Dinner at Les Amis            In the past, Western food meant chicken chop or sirloin steak with fries and canned beans at your neighbourhood hawker centre. For those that indulged occasionally, it could meant Jack’s Place or Swensen’s. Fine-dining restaurants were virtually unheard of. However, during the past two decades, the local dining scene had changed dramatically. Now,…

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