Restaurants and bars

9 things to try at the World Gourmet Summit 2016

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April 14 World Gourmet Summit Singapore

This year marks the 20th anniversary of the World Gourmet Summit, an annual gastronomic festival organised by A la Carte Productions in Singapore that puts together a unique menu of events featuring culinary talents and dining outlets both local and international. Like an enormous buffet spread with everything and anything you can dream of, the plethora of workshops and events at this festival, spreading out over four weeks, will have...

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Where to eat, drink and soak up some culture in Melbourne

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August 21 1000 pound bend melbourne australia

The capital of Victoria – Australia’s most densely populated state – Melbourne has its share of big cultural institutions, from big-deal museums to long-standing markets. But it’s also rife with new trends in food and drink, as well as a vibrant artisanal scene. Here are some of the coolest places to grab delicious coffee, quirky cocktails, a decadent brunch and more. Shortstop Coffee & Donuts. The National Gallery of Victoria....

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8 restaurants and bars you won’t believe exist in Yangon

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August 11 Union Bar and Grill, Yangon

The former capital of Myanmar may be more famous for its ancient temples, arresting sunsets and sidewalk tea stalls, but that is starting to change. In the past couple of years, Yangon has seen the opening of new hipster eateries and bars, which provide an exciting alternative to both the city’s traditional offerings and serious hotel restaurants. Whether you’re after Japanese whisky, hand-crafted cocktails, a solid weekend brunch or just...

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5 of the Best Bars in Kuala Lumpur

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June 12 sunset in Kuala Lumpur

Kuala Lumpur is one of Southeast Asia’s busiest cities and offers visitors a dizzying mix of old and new. The city is a mosaic of historic monuments and modern skyscrapers, leafy parks and fashionable restaurants. The culture here is no less diverse – Kuala Lumpur is a melting pot of different influences with a huge international community. It’s no surprise then that the city is also home to some of...

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