Taste of Edesia | A French Celebration 

In conjunction with the “French GourMay” Festival that celebrates gastronomy à la française, The Manor at St. Regis Macao crafted an a la carte menu with the absolute finest ingredients

TASTE OF EDESIA | A Southeast Asian feast

Southeast Asia is a paradise for foodies. This season, Urban Kitchen at JW Marriott Hotel Macau offers enticing cuisines from Southeast Asia, cuisines from Thailand in April, Singapore and Malaysia in

Taste of Edesia | Grand Cru of the Himalayas

Born from a dream that began in 2008, Ao Yun is the first Grand Cru of the Himalayas, a unique, world-class fine wine in China. First of its kind, it

Taste of Edesia | Not just for tea lovers

For people who have lived in cities like Paris or New York, chances are many would be delighted to have lifestyle boutiques like The Conran Shop or “home” section in

Taste of Edesia | Culinary magic at Ying

Cantonese cuisine is known to be refined and delicate and it often takes a chef decades to become a master in delivering exquisite dim sum or simple dishes that require

Taste of Edesia | A festive celebration 

Year of the Ox is finally here and everyone is looking for a unique way to celebrate with family and friends. To do so without spending an arm and a

TASTE OF EDESIA | Spicing it up 

This week, Starworld Hotel’s signature restaurant Feng Wei Ju has been awarded 2 Michelin stars for the 5th year. Helmed by Executive Chinese Chef Chan Chek Keong who has more

Taste of Edesia | Understated sophistication 

Many years ago, I met Chef Michele Dell’ Aquila and was particularly touched by the stories from his childhood. His eyes would light up as he talked about how he

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 | Elegance for all seasons

Lately, the talk of the town has been the opening of The Grand Suites at Four Seasons. At 40 storeys tall, it is the new all-suite tower of Four Seasons

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 | 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

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