There is a low, growing buzz in the food world that is taking notice of the large culinary talent coming out of Iceland, whose population numbers 332,000.
Chef Christian Le Squer, who added a third Michelin star for Le Cinq at the Four Seasons George V in Paris, has been voted chef of the year by his peers.
A Singapore food hawker who was awarded one Michelin star in July is seeking an international expansion deal he hopes can bring him at least $1.47 million.
Kamilla Seidler of Gustu fame has been named Latin America’s Best Female Chef by Latin America’s 50 Best Restaurants.
Another award wining chef is embracing the vegetable kingdom with his new restaurant.
A Brazilian chef won the World Sushi Cup Friday, bursting into tears of joy after his knife skills and artful preparation wowed Japanese judges.
Influential French chef Michel Richard, who helped turn Washington from a food backwater into one of the best eating cities in the country, died Saturday at 68
At The Herbal Chef, customers can indulge in haute cuisine injected with tiny amounts of cannabis.
Once a pop-up, the Danish restaurant will now have a permanent location following its success.
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 man behind Osteria Francescana in Modena, Italy creates world class wonders and serves them up with a dash of humor.
It will focus part of its efforts on food security, and will be located near their top-ranked restaurant.
The book narrates the sublime marriage between the humble egg and the famed Krug Grande Cuvee.
The world-renowned chef sweeps into South America by setting up in Brazil at the upscale São Paulo hotel.
The French macaron maestro beats thousands of other patissiers to earn the prestigious international title.
Ahead of the announcement of The World’s 50 Best Restaurants 2016, the Spanish chef tells us how working with his brothers has been key to his success.
Chef Rodolfo Guzman crafts his innovative dishes by making use of the wide biodiversity in Chile.
After giving up meat for vegetables in 2001, the Michelin-starred chef will pick up the Lifetime Achievement Award for his dedication.
A new foodie-haven has emerged in the heart of Orchard Road where you can shop, drop and eat to your heart’s content.