Insanely quick and easy to cook, otak-otak is an aromatic fish cake wrapped in banana leaves and grilled over charcoal that’s popular in Southeast Asia.
At Tang Jai Yoo in Yaowarat, Bangkok, people come for affordable suckling pig praised by Anthony Bourdain and stay for a deep dive into Teochew cuisine.
Evelina Alarcon started cooking professionally later in life, but that didn’t stop her from opening a restaurant in her backyard to feed Melburnians traditional Peruvian dishes.
Eating breakfast at a kopitiam in Singapore is essential. Here’s everything you need to know about one of the most popular traditional coffee houses.
OG laksa, wanton mee and postcard-perfect Peranakan houses: Katong is Singapore’s most underrated food neighbourhood filled with history and traditional dishes. You’d be crazy to miss it.
You can eat like a local in Istanbul all you want, but to really fit in, here’s a list of the food locals eat after a big night out.
Not all restaurant openings are covered by mainstream media, but that doesn’t make them any less worthy. Here are 21 new Melbourne restaurants from the last 12 months that you won’t read about elsewhere.
Some countries do breakfast better than others. Turkey is one of them. Here’s where to start the day with a traditional breakfast in Istanbul.
Order these Thai ingredients off a menu in Bangkok or try to cook them yourself. Each lends colour, flavour and sometimes even shock value to the plate.
If you visit the famed Boat Noodle Alley in Bangkok on the hunt for atmospheric noodle shops, you’re in for a shock. But what’s there is just as important.
When there’s a plate of fried fish heads on every table, you’re onto a good thing, but there’s more to celebrity chef-approved Soei restaurant in Bangkok.
From slaughtering and barbecuing whole animals in Colombia to sharing street food in Melbourne, the third-generation Berbeo brothers are doing things differently.
Eel chowder so good a Nobel Prize winner wrote a poem about it. A tiny town in Patagonia obsessed with Welsh afternoon tea. Uruguayan gnocchi that could make you rich. There’s more to these quirky South American dishes than what’s on the plate.
Just a sprinkle of native ingredients gives this classic lemon meringue pie recipe a true-blue taste of Australia.
Chef Hamed Allahyari from Cafe Sunshine and SalamaTea Restaurant shares his sabzi polo recipe; fragrant herbed rice eaten during Nowruz (Persian New Year).