The Singaporean jewellery designer is a staunch advocate of education – having donated close to $3 million worth of jewellery to museums.
It may not have a Peranakan chef at the helm, but you wouldn't guess it from the honest, satisfying fare at this eatery.
The Embassy of Japan celebrated Peranakan & Japanese culture, in collaboration with Japan Creative Centre
The Embassy of Japan, in collaboration with Japan Creative Centre and Shermay Lee of Singapore Fine Food, hosted an event at Sheraton Towers Singapor... Read More...
Antoinette owner chef Pang Kok Keong, food blogger Alan Goh and Pin Dumpling founders Stella Lee and Veron Tang are reviving old-school artisanal treats.
Beyond its usual appearance in stews, the black nut is proving to be a delicious complement to the likes of foie gras and grass-fed beef.
Hipster cafes and celeb eateries may dominate foodie headlines, but traditional Peranakan cuisine has been steadily thriving under the radar, quietly evolving to suit the palates of a younger generation.