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In conjunction with the launch of Singapore’s Top Restaurants 2018/2019 presented by Wine & Dine, our Sep/Oct #BehindTheScenes issue is an ode to the restaurants we admire the most—those with the finest food and the biggest hearts. Our slate of stories takes a peek into the psyche of these outstanding chefs and restaurants. Our story Truly Great Restaurants considers how stellar restaurants are making their impressions last, even as the competition gets stiffer, while our Visionaries column shines the spotlight on the six restaurants who received three stars in our Singapore’s Top Restaurants 2018/2019 guide. Locavore in a Concrete Jungle explores how chefs are weaving local produce into their cuisines, while Culinary Diplomacy looks at the culture of chef collaborations. In our regular columns, look out for new restaurant openings and fresh menus at Kappo Shunsui, Guccio Ristorante and Yoshi restaurant; find out all how Pocket Greens is getting people to grow their own microgreens; hear from F&B veteran chef-owner Konstantino Blokbergen about F&B awards; and meet three young local chefs helming an experimental kitchen pop-up. In our Heritage section, we pay a visit to Rich and Good Cake Shop to learn about their pillowy swiss rolls, while in Wine and Drinks, we feature the first Singaporean sommelier to be crowned sake sommelier of the year, and find out how Amelia Park and wineries in the Margaret River region are dispelling old notions of Australian winemaking. In Travel reads, we bring you dapper glamping options, and meander through Sydney’s atmospheric precincts. Happy reading!

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