Chinatown Complex On a sleepy Sunday morning with many of Singapore’s shops and cafes closed, I tootled down to Chinatown with a visit to the Chinatown food complex in mind. A hive of activity across three floors, with clothes and whatnot on the ground floor, and a grocery shop including some impressive live seafood in …

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Soigné

Soigné After a couple of days of exploring Seoul’s street food and cheap and cheerful dining options, I was ready to see what fine dining looked like Korean style. Accordingly, I booked lunch at Soigné which also served to get me out of Myeongdong to see another part of the city. Just south of the …

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Borkonyha The centrepiece of my last full day in Budapest was a trip to one Michelin starred Borkonyha Wine Kitchen, just of Deak Ferenc Ter. It was 33° outside so I was glad to be seated in their airy main dining space which had an agreeable buzzing informality about it. I was brought a menu …

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Restaurant Tim Raue My oft employed method of wandering and bumping into likely looking places had never previously resulted in a 2 Michelin Star lunch, but on my wander home from Little Tibet I walked past a place that looked rather smart. Restaurant Tim Raue was the place in question. Apparently it placed 37 in …

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Alyn Williams at The Westbury When in London, it’s all too easy to dine in Michelin finery at the drop of a hat. On what I’d assigned as one of my lazy days, I went from comfortable dozing to seated for lunch at one Michelin star Alyn Williams at The Westbury within a little over …

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