Michelin Guide ★: Labyrinth, Singapore


It’s not often a fine dining establishment inspired by local Singaporean dishes gets awarded a Michelin star. And boy, was this a meal packed with surprises. First of all, chef-owner of Labyrinth Han Li Guang is not culinary-trained. He never went to fancy cooking schools, or did an apprenticeship overseas under any of the masters. […]

Italian Cooking: Lobster Cioppino


Sean and I haven’t cooked together for awhile, but we’re looking forward to trying out and sharing more new recipes when we move into our new place soon! Meanwhile, I really want to share one of our favourite fuss-free dishes to put together — this hearty, comforting seafood cioppino. The cioppino is an Italian-American dish said […]

Travel: Galapagos Islands, Ecuador


There’s nowhere in the world quite like the Galapagos Islands in Ecuador. It’s famed for inspiring Darwin’s Theory of Evolution because of its rich biodiversity. Naturalists flock here from all over the world to watch some of the rarest birds on Earth, while divers ply its deep blue depths to swim with endangered sharks, dophins […]

Michelin Guide ★: Corner House, Singapore


I’ve always had a tremendous soft spot for garden dining. There’s just something about thick green foliage and abundant sunshine beaming through floor-to-ceiling glass that just feeds my soul. Don’t get me wrong, I love the conveniences of living in an urban jungle. But I’m really most at ease around nature. So I decided to […]