Chef Dave Pynt of Burnt Ends to open a restaurant in the Maldives
1 month ago - By LifestyleAsia
The number of Singapore restaurants opening overseas offshoots seems to only be increasing as chef Dave Pynt, the man behind award-winning restaurant Burnt Ends joins hands with The Waldorf Astoria Hotels & Resorts to open a new space in the Maldives .
Set to be part of the Waldorf Astoria Maldives Ithaafushi , the poolside grill restaurant will be named The Ledge by Dave Pynt and takes after the original establishment on Teck Lim Road.
It's the third Singaporean restaurant with Michelin stars to open overseas and a clear signal that our dining scene is no longer one where restaurant...
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Be in to win a basket of award-winning goodies from the Outstanding NZ Food Producer Awards, valued at $125
1 month ago - By NZ Life & Leisure
Be in to win a basket of award-winning goodies from the Outstanding NZ Food Producer Awards, valued at $125.
NZ Life & Leisure proudly supports the annual Outstanding NZ Food Producer Awards , which celebrate the New Zealanders that create or harvest high-value high-quality produce and products.
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Remarkable Chocolate Co Chocolate Bark
Greytown Kamahi Honey
Augustine of Central Sundrop Apricots
No Shortcuts Feijoa Kasundi
HARR-OS Oat Bites - Indian Spice
Pure Delish Primal Bar
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