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The concept of luxury is ever-changing. Not just in the material sense, the luxuries of time, space, work and passions continue to evolve, and so too in the fine dining scene. While it used to mean starched tablecloths and elaborate decor with chefs hidden from diners, today though, it’s vastly different. In this issue, find out which revolutionary establishments are setting the stage for a new era in fine dining; delve into vanilla, a most fastidious spice; read about top chefs’ prized ingredients; and learn how elevated versions of pantry staples like salt and butter are becoming the new luxury ingredients. What’s more, we view luxury through the prisms of chefs and industry insiders such as chef Tetsuya Wakuda of Waku Ghin, Arrif Ziaudeen of Chope, Yenn Wong of Jia Holdings, and Gerald Lu of Praelum Wine Bistro, and serve up gorgeous destinations that will leave you having the most delicious time of your life. In our regular columns, check out new restaurant openings and fresh menus at Hashida Sushi, JAAN, Esora and more; read our QnA with Edward Voon, executive chef of Le Pan Hong Kong; go behind the scenes of heritage brand Thye Hong Hokkien Mee; visit homegrown craft chocolate maker Lemuel Chocolate; check out how Swiss International Air Lines is taking inflight meals to new heights; venture down New South Wales’ oyster coast; and for a taste of Piedmont’s magic, have a closer look at Pio Cesare’s expressive Barolos.

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