TASTE OF EDESIA | Magic on the teppan

When one thinks of teppanyaki, sophistication is not expected as the cooking method of using teppan, a metal plate, is often associated with overcooked heavy meat and dry texture that

TASTE OF EDESIA | A memorable Christmas feast

TASTE OF EDESIA | Seasonal delicacies 

Offering an exquisite dining experience at Studio City, Pearl Dragon is a one-Michelin-starred Cantonese restaurant dedicated to culinary perfection. Showcasing refined provincial Chinese flavours, innovative creations and the finest delicacies

Taste of Edesia | A journey through time

There are many outstanding hotels in Shanghai and choosing where to stay during a short visit could be a difficult decision. For those who love history and eager to explore

Taste of Edesia | Luxury with more than a view 

The dramatic skyline of the Lujiazui financial district in Shanghai is one of the most unique sights of modern China. A masterpiece of contemporary luxury on the Pudong waterfront, Mandarin

Taste of Edesia | Taste of home

Many city dwellers do not have patience for a long lunch during most days. While eating fast food is cheap and saves time, nutritional values might have to be compromised.

Taste of Edesia | Don Alfonso: Elegant simplicity

Don Alfonso 1890 is known for their delicious pizzas, pastas, and exquisitely simple seafood which reflects the gastronomic heritage of southern Italy. This autumn, the establishment is featuring a new

Taste of Edesia | Reaching new heights

There are not many Chinese restaurants featuring an omakase dining concept in Asia. Audacious and innovative, Chef Wilson Fam of Yí at Morpheus, City of Dreams takes Contemporary Chinese fine

Taste of Edesia | Fit for a silly gourmet 

Macau residents do not like to wait to eat at a restaurant. Often, when there is a wait, they would just leave and go to another establishment since there are

Taste of Edesia | Comfort food with a flair

There are many high quality cafés around Macau but very few of them provide an all-day breakfast menu filled with nutritious and delicious offerings. Located just steps away from the lush

Taste of Edesia | Enlightening the palate

Sometimes it is boring to just eat at one restaurant for a dinner. Recently, MGM COTAI had come up with a culinary tour concept in which diners were invited to

F&B | Starbucks says hold the milk to reduce carbon footprint

To cut your morning coffee’s carbon footprint, skip the Frappuccino and take a plain black espresso. Adding whipped cream to millions of Starbucks Corp. drinks emits

F&B | For bartenders, ‘Dry January’ is the time to get weird

Dave Arnold has been called the “mad genius” of bartenders, and Existing Conditions, his latest cocktail den in New York’s Greenwich Village, doesn’t disappoint: Arnold and his

Travelog | Where to spend your money drinking in Las Vegas

Forget “Dry January.” The month is one of the biggest for alcohol sales in Las Vegas, and, not coincidentally, it’s also when the Consumer Electronics Show, now known as

F&B | How food will change in 2020

Like most corners of America, the food world saw unexpected drama in 2019. Fried chicken sandwiches caused chaos, and the meatlessness of plant-based Whoppers became a lawsuit.

Travelog | Kick off the new decade with one of these life-affirming cruises

The Caribbean still reigns supreme when it comes to cruising, but there’s a whole new world to explore. Classic ports such as the Bahamas are recovering, new

F&B | How not to ruin that pricy piece of meat in the holiday meal

Nothing says “celebration” like a ridiculously expensive piece of meat. Well, that’s not really true, but this is the time of year for splurging, in dollars and

Travelog | Not exactly the Orient Express, but Europe’s sleepers are back

Romanticized by movies like “Murder on the Orient Express” and “From Russia With Love,” sleeper trains had all but disappeared in Europe. Now, some of their magic

F&B | How good is Château Lafite Rothschild’s Chinese wine, Long Dai?

What’s the ultimate status wine in China? Famed Bordeaux first growth Château Lafite Rothschild. That’s why the company’s first wine made in China is such a big,

F&B | From kitchen tools to books, gifts for young chefs

Do you have a kid in your life who loves a good baking session?  Who really wants to use your chef’s knife? Who is addicted to

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