Champagne Sunday Brunch Reaches New Realms of Indulgence and Sophistication with the Revitalised Waldorf Sunday Brunch at Waldorf Astoria Shanghai on the Bund

Champagne Sunday Brunch with friends and family is the epitome of decadent weekend pleasure. Waldorf Astoria Shanghai has elevated this cherished occasion to a new realm of sophistication by combining two of the Bund’s most coveted venues to share the ultimate Sunday Brunch journey. Read More >

Two Stone’s and the World’s best Indian

For the uninitiated, this median is The Wandering Palate’s disordered thoughts and utterances; incoherencies, mental wanderings, intoxications, delusions, hallucinations – essentially the wanderings of gastronomic delirium.

My writings are invariably retrospective sometimes occurring months or even years ago, an inherent problem when you have a wandering palate and brain. Still, as Steinbeck said, “A good story needs to be mulled over, sometimes for years.” Read More >

Barcelona Bathes in Beirut

Our Wandering Palate Melbourne correspondent, Matthew Wilson, seeks refuge in the Spanish oasis Movida Aqui, in the culinary desert of Melbourne’s ‘Beirut’ Quarter. Read More >

Wandering Palate Finds Excellent Nasi Lemak at Serene Centre – ‘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 >

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Four Suits at PM 24

Our intrepid, lionhearted gastronome, Matthew Wilson, finds congenial compotation and wholesome classic French cooking suits – Suits. Read More >

Conrad Koh Samui Sets New Benchmark for Wine Appreciation among Thailand’s 5-star Resorts with Bespoke Wine Programme

Conrad Koh Samui Sets New Benchmark for Wine Appreciation among Thailand’s 5-star Resorts with Bespoke Wine Programme

Top wine consultant successfully pairs world class wines with Thai cuisine at Koh Samui’s hottest new dining destination Read More >

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The Wandering Palate – Best New Restaurant in Singapore

Not so New Kid on the Block – Chef Travis Masiero resurfaces with Luke’s Oyster Bar and Chop House

Singapore’s restaurant scene is going through a metamorphosis, some of it a welcome change and other parts defying gravity.

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The Big Fish – Rick Stein’s The Seafood Restaurant

I have been wanting to dine at Rick Stein’s ‘The Seafood Restaurant’ in Padstow, Cornwall for years and having finally satisfied this longstanding curiosity, I have been vacillating on this review for months now, having certain reservations when it comes to appraising those who are exceedingly successful and cooking celebrities enjoying immense commercial success.

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Maha Bar & Grill – Maltese Mediterranean inspired Middle Eastern Cuisine

The Wandering Palate Australian Correspondent, Andrew (Jenks) Jenkins, an indubitable ‘wandering palate’, goes on a Middle Eastern gastronomic peregrination and finds himself in Malta or least immersed in Maltese culture and the Mediterranean inspired Middle Eastern cuisine of Shane Delia at Maha, Melbourne. Read More >

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The Best of Singapore – An Ang Mo’s View

For the uninitiated, The Wandering Palate website is for all intensive purposes, a blog of my disordered thoughts and utterances; incoherencies, mental wanderings, intoxications, delusions, hallucinations – essentially the wanderings of delirium.

Having resided in Singapore for six years now, I am constantly asked to recommend restaurants here; nothing abnormal about that when you’re a wine and food writer.

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