Only the Best!

Only the Best!
Published:
November 2012 by Epigram Books
Author:
Goodreads Rating:
3.50
Pages:
304
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ISBN10:
9789810737

From Bedok to Beo Crescent, Jalan Sultan to Joo Chiat, celebrity food blogger Dr. Leslie Tay and his merry band of ieat foodies have spread out across the island in search of the most drool-worthy hawker food Singapore has to offer. Their quest for hawker food paradise, plus Dr. Tay’s stunning food photographs, is documented in this blogbuster, capturing more than half a decade’s worth of eating, shooting and posting. This is Singapore’s ultimate insider’s guide to hawker food—the only one you’ll ever need or want! Reviews: “The insider’s guide to Singapore’s best hawker food.” —ELIM CHEW, President and Founder, 77th Street “Dr Leslie Tay is passionate and knowledgeable about Singapore’s unique hawker food. This is an excellent guide.” —PROF TOMMY KOH, Ambassador-at-large “In Leslie Tay, Singapore is very lucky to have so dedicated and affectionate an evangelist for its exceptional, precious cuisines.”—KEVIN GOULD, columnist, The Guardian “A shortcut straight to the best hawker food in Singapore. Don’t hit the streets without it.” —TERRY DURACK and JILL DUPLEIX, Sydney Morning Herald “This book is what every traveller longs for: a reliable source.” —MICHAEL RAFFAEL, food and travel writer, UK “Written with passion and dogged determination, this is the Ultimate Guide to the best hawker foods in Singapore!” —RONNIE CHIA, Chef & Owner of Tatsuya “Leslie has his finger on the pulse of Singapore’s unique hawker cuisine. This is an essential guide.” —YUKARI SAKAMOTO, author of Food Sake Tokyo “Leslie-san is like a samurai food warrior who builds the bridge for world foodies to meet!” —HISATO HAMADA, top restauranteur in Japan “Leslie doesn’t just love great food, he loves great food stories, and nobody talks about these two things with as much authority as he does.”—MR. BROWN, mrbrown.com “Our hawker stories are a reflection of who we are and that unique facet of Singapore culture is beautifully presented in this book!” —TAN CHUAN JIN, Acting Minister for Manpower