Bordeaux Starlets For all you those Singapore Bordeaux lovers, this should stimulate the palate, book through Hermitage [caption id="attachment_5962" align="alignnone" width="566" caption="Bordeaux Starlets"][/caption] ... read more >
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The village of Gordes reminiscent of a fortified citadel from that of the Lord of the Rings Our intrepid Singapore sommelier, Shalom Chin, has filed a heroic piece on the Southern Rhone Valley and the much-underrated Cotes du Rhone Villages wines. Sommeliers take note; this is the level of writing skills and opinion you should be attaining. Wine enthusiasts take note; it’s time to be listening to and reading what sommeliers have to say, they are at ... read more >
Beaucastel vines It’s not often that you will find the Wandering Palate lurking around the (Singapore) supermarket wine shelves, but sometimes out of curiosity I have a poke around to see what’s being stocked, invariably 90 percent of it completely pedestrian. ... read more >
CO+OP Nasi Lemak I wouldn’t say Serene Centre is a go-to location as far as eating places or malls go in Singapore; a rather rundown building that limps along on small essential businesses and one assumes, primarily kept alive by the 24 hours MacDonald’s that occupies most of the building with a constant gaggle of students occupying it, both inside and out. ... read more >
Papaya Flower Manadonese cuisine Provincial Indonesian food Papaya Flower – Manadonese Cuisine Provincial Indonesian Food by Petty P Elliot Having recently met Indonesian food writer, Petty P Elliot, my curiosity in Indonesian cuisine and culture has been reawakened, moreover enlightened and fascinated with her book, ‘Papaya Flower, Manadonese cuisine Provincial Indonesian food’, inciting a compulsion to discover more on this (undiscovered) cuisine. ... read more >
The White House Someone in the White House clearly has good taste or has been reading the Wandering Palate, having served at the Obama-Cameron state banquet, the Peter Michael Chardonnay Ma Belle Fille 2009 with the first course of crisped halibut with potato crust served on a bed of braised baby kale (fresh from the White House garden) with shaved Brussels sprouts and ... read more >
PM24 - The Rotisserie Our intrepid, lionhearted gastronome, Matthew Wilson, finds congenial compotation and wholesome classic French cooking suits – Suits. ... read more >
Kai Schubert - a man of ceaseless good humour and provodore of particularly good pinot, just needs to improve on his shirts... The intrepid Kai Schubert of Schubert winery, Martinborough, New Zealand is parachuting into the Conrad Koh Samui on March 24th and will be hosting an intimate wine dinner at the resorts fabulous modern Thai cuisine restaurant, Jahn. ... read more >
Ghim Moh Market - Needless, Senseless Waste The Wandering Palate Friday morning ritual, breakfast at my favourite Prata stall, Mohd Faisal Eating Stall - Ghim Moh Market stall 01-61, then a visit to Mr Chua, the best fishmonger in Singapore, http://www.thewanderingpalate.com/produce/singapores-best-fishmonger/ as we have friends coming over for dinner tonight, and I’m cooking spaghetti marina. ... read more >
Barolo 62 and Barbaresco 1967 One of our true Wandering Palates, Matthew Wilson, finds himself buried in Barolo and Barbaresco spanning 50 years with an intoxicating melange of history, the intriguing nuances of aged wines and great Italian food, Melbourne style. ... read more >
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