Tarmac meals have become an unlikely hit for coronavirus-battered Singapore Airlines, with hundreds of “passengers” paying the equivalent of a budget ticket just to dine inside grounded A380 jumbos.
At a trendy Tokyo cocktail bar, customers sip brightly colored beverages with sophisticated flavor profiles, designed for a small but growing market in hard-drinking Japan: teetotallers.
A Malaysian worker pours roasted coffee beans into a pot of bubbling, melted sugar as an ageing machine stirs the ingredients into a sticky black mixture over a crackling wood fire.
The oven’s warm glow and aroma of fresh bread signal the morning rush at Bach’s Bakery in the central Chinese city of Changsha, but although the baking staff chatter excitedly, you could hear a pin drop.
With millions around the world stuck at home due to the pandemic, “plane cafes” in Thailand are offering customers the chance to pretend they are in the sky — and the idea seems to have taken off.
One of Japan’s most popular restaurant chains is embarking on what could become one of the all-time crowning achievements of salesmanship — selling curry to India.
China’s domestic donkey population has already halved in the last century, while the world’s total is facing extinction by the next decade. But what is the reason behind China’s strange appetite for the beloved beast-of-labor?
Considering the sun, terrain type, and climate in Asia, it’s a wonder why it’s not considered a must-visit for wine lovers. Simply let go of your favorite European or Napa Valley wines for the moment because Asia’s offers will blow your mind away.
Restaurants and travel remain the hardest-hit industry by the Covid-19 Pandemic. Despite these challenging times, some of the most recognizable Asian chefs in the industry are keeping up the pace and moving forward. Let’s see what they are up to.
A cloud escapes into the air as 80-year-old Taiwanese street food vendor Wu Huang-yi lifts the lid on a giant steaming basket to unveil a piping-hot batch of two dozen buns.
In recent years, Asian Tea brands have turned drinking cold flavored teas into a culinary sport, boasting lines that go around the block and blowing up Instagram feed with crazy flavors. If you are still stuck on drinking Boba, we’ve got a treat for you.
Want to have your caffeine fix of the day? BTS has got you covered with their newly-released Cold Brew. BTS teamed up with a Barista Champ to create this classic wake-me-up drink that is perfect to enjoy at home or at work.
Squinting in concentration, Vietnamese artist Nguyen Thi Ha An drops a bright red chilli onto a bowl of pho noodles barely bigger than a coin — the finishing touch to a miniature clay model that has eaten up days of her time.
All over the world, more establishments are realizing the need to eliminate disposable packaging. A café in Laguna, Philippines has solved their waste problem in the most amazing way possible by using locally made hand-woven pizza boxes.
A restaurant in China has apologised for its controversial policy of asking diners to weigh themselves before entry in an overzealous response to a new national campaign against food waste.