20 FANS OF EPI­CURE, AND WE LOVE THEM TOO

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Our read­ers tell all on their favourite col­umns

Richard Mul­jadi di­rec­tor, PT Mu­lia Graha Abadi

I love that epi­cure high­lights my favourite things, such as food, wine and travel. I read it when­ever I’m at the air­port lounge wait­ing for my flight.

Paula Parvi­ainen am­bas­sador, Em­bassy of Fin­land in Sin­ga­pore

My favourite ar­ti­cle is the one on Turku, which shows how epi­cure goes in depth to ex­plore the hid­den gems of each city in their travel fea­tures. Turku is my favourite sum­mer city in Fin­land.

Dr. Ti­mothy Low board of di­rec­tor, Far­rer Park Hospi­tal

It’s de­light­ful to read epi­cure as it gives me a holis­tic ex­pe­ri­ence – fo­cus­ing not only on food, but also the vibes and in­te­ri­ors of the restau­rants.

Fabian Go­ern pres­i­dent, Ger­man As­so­ci­a­tion in Sin­ga­pore

W hen I read about your travel fea­ture on Cam­bo­dia. I could’t wait to book a plane ticket and head north to The Land of Smiles, to check out the na­tional parks and sights, which were writ­ten in the story.

Mar­garet Tan op­er­a­tions di­rec­tor of North­west In­te­rior De­sign

I'm in­spired by the beau­ti­ful recipes in the magazine. They make me want to head to the kitchen to whip up some­thing for my fam­ily.

Ruth Yeoh ex­ec­u­tive di­rec­tor, YTL Sin­ga­pore

epi­cure is a well il­lus­trated magazine or rather, jour­nal on food. I re­mem­ber keep­ing the is­sues for their spe­cial cov­er­age on Chi­nese New Year del­i­ca­cies as well as Moon­cake Fes­ti­val. Con­grat­u­la­tions, epi­cure, on your cen­ten­nial is­sue, and for unit­ing food lovers every­where!

El­gin Xiao chief des­ti­na­tions plan­ner, Amala Des­ti­na­tions

I en­joy read­ing the Glo­be­trot­ting Epi­cure col­umn of each is­sue, where I can dis­cover the hottest new ta­bles and ho­tel openings around the world. I get a lot of in­sider tips from Chef’s Trav­el­ogue from the jour­neys of ac­tual chefs. Th­ese come in handy when plan­ning jour­neys for foodie trav­ellers who want to eat like savvy lo­cal food­ies. At Amala Des­ti­na­tions, we be­lieve in de­liv­er­ing au­then­tic ex­pe­ri­ences, and epi­cure’s in­sight­ful nar­ra­tive makes an ex­cel­lent re­source!

Michael Wrigley head of sales, Asia Hansard In­ter­na­tional

Read­ing epi­cure has al­ways been such a re­fresh­ing and scrump­tious ex­pe­ri­ence. The pictures of the food are so ap­petis­ing and cre­ate dif­fer­ent sen­sory stim­u­la­tions. It makes you feel like jump­ing into your car im­me­di­ately to be at the restau­rant to sat­isfy your ap­petite.

Shilpa Gupta se­nior credit an­a­lyst, Bank of Amer­ica

Ev­ery is­sue never fails to im­press with great food rec­om­men­da­tions. I love how epi­cure seam­lessly com­bines travel and cui­sine to­gether.

Sujo John busi­ness head, SEA & Hong Kong, Mon­ster.com

I am a foodie who loves to travel and epi­cure does a fab­u­lous job at mar­ry­ing th­ese two well. I like the Chef’s Trav­el­ogue sec­tion as it gives an in­sider’s view into a city's culinary scene and food cul­ture. Th­ese pages fea­ture some hid­den gems which I would like to ex­plore dur­ing my trav­els.

Lasma Li­daka

coun­sel­lor of eco­nomic and com­mer­cial af­fairs, Head of the Rep­re­sen­ta­tive Of­fice in Sin­ga­pore My favourite ar­ti­cle is epi­cure’s Top Ten Multi­grain Grain Bread in the Fe­bru­ary 2018 is­sue. Com­ing from Latvia, where we have a va­ri­ety of breads to choose from, the ar­ti­cle gave me some point­ers on where I can get the best ones in Sin­ga­pore. From Latvia, which is cel­e­brat­ing our 100th an­niver­sary this year, to epi­cure on your 100th is­sue, I raise a toast!

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