Creative Modern Meatless Cuisine at Joie by Dozo

Most often, vegetarian restaurants are perceived as being simple, homogenous and plain boring with menu-items of nothing more than salads and wraps. This was until I was introduced to Joie by Dozo in Singapore for a lunch date. Located in the heart of the shopping district in Orchard Road, Joie serves a 6-course lunch and…

Review: Long Beach Seafood; Chilli Crab & Other Must-Try Delicacies

When in Singapore, one must-try the Chilli Crab! A local favourite packed with so much flavour that will leave you licking your fingers; guaranteed. With countless seafood restaurants in Singapore, Long Beach Seafood Restaurant has always been my go-to-spot for the freshest seafood in city. At a recent visit to the restaurant, I dived in…

Review: Le Chasseur; French Name, Chinese Food, Singapore

The thing I miss most when going back home to Singapore would be its food. Singaporeans love their food! We are equally spoilt with the wide-spread culinary choices from the diverse cultures in the city. One of my favourites (from a long-list of favourites) would be, Le Chasseur. Not to be mistaken for a French…

Review: New Opening! Talli Joe, London

We have a new kid on the block! Talli Joe is the latest addition to the dining scene in Shaftesbury Avenue. Inspired by dive bars of India, Talli (meaning, Tipsy in Hindi) Joe serves up small plates from the different regions of India with a contemporary twist, alongside with Indian-inspired cocktails brought to you by…

Curb Food Waste with Simple, Practical Steps

We, humans, are throwing away huge quantities of food. According to a recently published article by Jessica Aschemann-Witzel in the journal, Science,Β one-third of the world’s food is lost and wasted, leading to serious environment implications and global warming. The author notes that food waste is caused by various factors across the supply chain and differs…

Review: BAO, Soho, London

Tempted by the impressive reviews of BAO, a Taiwanese joint that serves steamed buns with a variety of fillings, I decided to pop by the place for lunch and find out for myself what the fuss was all about. Reviews online had warned of long queues for BAO. So I arrived a good 15 minutes…