epicure March 2020

epicure is a monthly gourmet lifestyle magazine designed for bon vivants who share the belief that food is the ultimate universal language. We are on an enthusiastic quest to seek out the latest dining trends, sniff out remarkable wine vintages, and uncover the dynamics and intricacies of the local and international culinary scene.

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2 Min
in a state of transformation…

“Arise from the fire, smoke and hurly burly of cacophonic concerns; Purged of the old, and renewed with faith; Forged with newly found fortitude… and texture; To emerge wholesome, transformed… and oh so succulent…” If I were a piece of fine A4 Wagyu tenderloin, I would say, “Go ahead, put me through the smoking process and stoke the fire if you will. It will bring out the best qualities that I could ever possibly offer… and more… just think about that fine collagen that’s all broken down and melted into the depths of my meat for blissful appreciation. So, really, I say to all my industry friends out there, let us stand strong; regroup; juice up on inspiration, creativity, strategy and commitment; and redirect our energy so that we will be ready…

6 Min

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epicure loves

Maison Valentina For a pop of contrast in stark white marble bathrooms, look no further than Maison Valentina’s DIAMOND collection. The luxury bathroom furniture designer from Portugal prides itself in their unique and sophisticated designs, and this sleek collection is no different. Inspired by its namesake, the Bathtub (€14,190/SG$21,362) and Freestand (€8,030/SG$12,089) dazzle with its black lacquered finish, coated with a high-gloss varnish and accented by contrasting gold finishes. Making a statement with its diamond-shaped sculptural contours, the Bathtub exudes a timeless quality that promises indulgent enjoyment for years to come. Similarly, the Small Mirror’s (€2,470/SG$3,718) asymmetrical design captures the eye with its polygonal geometry and polished brass finishing, perfect as a statement piece to a bespoke bathroom. Available online from www.maisonvalentina.net/…

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epicure news

Smoking good Butcher’s Block at Raffles Hotel Singapore invites you to press the reset button on how you define a memorable dining experience at the Chef’s Table, aptly named One-of-a-Kind (OAK) Table. Headed by Chef de Cuisine Rémy Lefebvre, the difference begins from the sourcing. Livestock such as cows are purchased from artisan farms, and in its entirety, not by cuts, as he emphasises the importance of eating responsibly by making use of all parts of the livestock and not by the conventional way of preferring specific cuts. Endangered seafood such as bluefin tuna comes with a Traceability Certificate that has an ID code with details such as: where and when it was caught, the landing port, the fishing area and the production method. More importantly, the restaurant does not buy from…

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life’s a beach

Located in the luxurious Iniala Beach House in Thailand, Pärla highlights a modern take on Nordic and Hebridean classics created by executive chef Seumas Smith (from popular European restaurant Maggie Joan’s in Singapore). The 120-seater restaurant offers a cosy ambience accented by an earthy-toned colour palette, giving prominece to the 2.8-metre-high Pickle Wall, which is a conversation piece that showcases fermentation and pickling processes. Guests begin their gastronomic journey at the Lounge to enjoy pre-dinner drinks; head over to the Kitchen for a look at the culinary magic; then take a seat in the dining room to enjoy the Swedish menu. Dishes are served in traditional Swedish plates and bowls similar to those given to Chef Seumas by his grandfather during his childhood, such as the kåsa, a wooden cup crafted…

2 Min
dubai, united arab emirates

Feroz Akbar, founder of Bath & Co Tuscani Concept Store » WHERE TO EAT Branded as Dubai’s most beautiful Lebanese restaurant, Ayamna @Atlantis is definitely a place you have to go to savour authentic Lebanese cuisine. When you arrive, the host will accompany you down the beautiful spiral staircase surrounded by modern Arabic decor, and you will be greeted by the aroma of the delicacies that await you. Beautiful and sexy belly dancers dance the night away entertaining the diners while food prep gets busy in the kitchen. The starter Shrimp Kunafa is a must-try while the main course – flavourful chargrilled meats and seafood – kept our table full. » WHERE TO DRINK How do you quench your thirst in the hot Dubai weather? Try the jellab, a drink made from…