As F&B continues to be devastated by the pandemic, one of the biggest industry awards has come forward to lend a helping hand.
Originally due to be held at the Capitol Theatre in Singapore, this year's Asia's 50 Best Bars awards show was streamed online.
Julien Royer's Odette in Singapore climbs to 18th spot on World's 50 Best List.
To be held on 25 June, the World's 50 Best Restaurants awards celebrates the best in the culinary world. What does it mean for Singapore?
The 3-Michelin star chef has overcome initial reactions to his modernisation of Italian cuisine to be a game changer in his native Italy.
Leaping up the list by an astounding 58 spots is Julien Royer's Odette.
A homage to seafood kicks off the restaurant's highly anticipated opening
Singapore's Manhattan breaks top 10 in World's 50 Best Bars, Atlas is highest new entry, plus more movements from the list with six Singapore bars making the cut.
Experience Peru through its food.
Spanish chef Elena Arzak (World's Best Female Chef 2012) talks to Gourmet & Travel about her achievements and what it's like working with her father, the venerable chef Juan Mari Arzak.