We know their names and turns out we’ve tried some. Enter this list, where we delve deeper into a few of Singapore’s first Michelin star restaurants.
The Bunyadi, London, closes one month earlier than scheduled, before heading over to Paris with a new outpost.
An expedition has now unearthed Brie from the ocean floor that dates back some three hundred years.
Once a pop-up, the Danish restaurant will now have a permanent location following its success.
The Italian city may soon be vegetarian and vegan friendly but not everyone is happy about it, especially given the meat-heavy local diet.
The luxury hotel now has a few new titles to add to its trophy closet, having walked away with two awards at the Tales of the Cocktail Spirited Award.
Despite a busy schedule in hosting, the TV personality finds the time to participate in Nespresso’s meaningful recycling initiative, “One Pod at a Time”.
Do genetics influence what we like to eat? High-profile chefs and scientists will gather in a symposium in Spain to try and find out.
These stalls mark the world’s first stars for street food, amidst the total 22 one-stars, 6 two-stars and Singapore’s only three-star eateries awarded.
The latest of the Grand Cru family is an intense amalgamation of both aromatic woods and gingerbread.
The man behind Osteria Francescana in Modena, Italy creates world class wonders and serves them up with a dash of humor.
Seventeen hawker centers made the cut, while another 17 restaurants round the inaugural guide up to 34 eateries.
Winning what is known as the “Nobel Prize” of food, the chef sees it as a stepping-stone to greater things.
The moment where 3D printers infiltrate even our food has arrived. At Food Ink, 3D printed meals are a reality.
From skateboarding to cooking some of the finest dishes, the chef aims to bring Peru to the forefront of gastronomic greatness.
The culinary journey in France can now begin within the airport, lending a much-needed boost to the reputation of Charles de Gaulle.
It will focus part of its efforts on food security, and will be located near their top-ranked restaurant.
Locals in Florence are waging a battle against McDonald’s, which plans to open a restaurant in the Piazza del Duomo, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
The award-winning chef is set to make a return to the Big Apple with a new as-yet unnamed restaurant.
The controversial delicacy might see a 25% drop in production and the accompaniment of soaring prices.