DINE & WINE
Culinary speaking, no one can deny that one of Asia's biggest melting pots is Singapore. Despite its size, the island nation with a population of 5.3 million is a sanctuary of refined flavours, which an astounding number of out-of-town, star-studded chefs from across the globe regard as their second home.
Nara Thai Cuisine which opened last month in Singapore is a joint-venture between its founder, Yuki Srikanchana, and four young entrepreneurs from Thailand, Singapore and Indonesia.
Yet Thai cuisine does not seem to be much represented in the Lion City. The handful of notable Thai dining establishments include Jim Thompson's, Tawandang Micobrewery, Coffee Beans by Dao and the latest addition, Nara Thai Cuisine.
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