Of Cabbages and Kims: Korea’s changing kimchis

North and South Korea are radically different societies, one ruled by the same family for decades and the other a freewheeling democracy and thrusting...

Hong Kong dim sum favorite faces uncertain future

Impatient diners crowd around carts of steaming dim sum steered by fierce "trolley aunties" at Hong Kong's Lin Heung Tea House, one of the...

Bugs by design at Bangkok fine dining bistro

Studies show they're high in protein, good fats and minerals Ants and beetles in the kitchen? Normally that'd close down a restaurant immediately, but for...

Cheddar cheese row chef named as ‘immortal’ of French cuisine

A French celebrity chef who is suing the Michelin guide for suggesting he used cheddar cheese in a souffle was named as...

Thai cuisine restaurants get two Michelin stars for first time at home

Two restaurants in Bangkok have each earned a pair of coveted Michelin stars, the first time the leading guide has awarded the...

At beloved falafel shop, Syrians get taste of pre-war Raqa

 Raqa is still mostly a sinister ghost town of gutted buildings and rubble-strewn streets but there is one place teeming with activity in the...

French chef Veyrat seals comeback with third Michelin star

Marc Veyrat, the comeback king of French cuisine, was back on the top of the culinary tree yesterday after the Michelin guide awarded him...

Spanish cheesemakers defend Manchego from Mexican ‘copy’

In central Spain, the arid plains of La Mancha are famous for their windmills and Manchego, a cheese made out of ewe's milk that...

Extreme dining in Shanghai: Chef’s twist on haute cuisine

A van spirits ten guests to a secret location in Shanghai, where they enter a non-descript industrial building as Strauss's theme from "2001: A...

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