Secretively tucked away and illuminated by the low glow of candles, Dim Dim gives one the impression of being inside a small, red, Chinese jewelry box.
We all know that Lord Cheeto (aka Trump) thinks he’s the big cheese: 2Magazine asked Patrice Marchand, one of the world’s leading cheese masters, to describe several other controversial politicians in the cheesiest terms.
Broccoli Revolution celebrates its second home at Open House, Central Embassy with the introduction of the Vegan Isan Platter.
Is the future of wine inspired by the past? About Eatery hosts Bangkok’s first natural wine festival, featuring wines from retrograde vineyards focused on flavor.
Culinary convergence sounds good in theory, but does it work? Ethan McAulay braves the challenges in the forms of som tam KitKat and Lay’s Grilled Shrimp/Seafood Dip chips.
Officially opening its doors on Saturday, the first of April, Restaurant Gaa takes you on a new culinary adventure you simply must experience. Writer Emma Thompson sits down with Garima Arora, its creator, to explore her world and the world of Gaa.
Sourcing local ingredients has paid off for Bali’s Locavore restaurant: 2Mag dropped by Viu at St. Regis Bangkok to attend S.Pellegrino’s Masterclass on The Art of Fine Dining with Chef Ray Adriansyah to find out how.
Godiva Chocolatier Chef Philippe Daue picks four chocolate-related movie scenes that he loves most.
Have you ever enjoyed a Catalan Calçotada? Quince gets set to celebrate this quintessential Spanish festival of food and wine.
“Normal size” bottles seem so dated. The trend towards bigger bottles that started with wine and later adopted by spirits has finally become worthy of beer.
Welcoming the year of Fire Rooster with the fiery Night Rooster in Ubud, Bali: the first of our Cocktail Napkin Reviews! Cheers and Gong Xi Fa Cai!
Whether a juice cleanse is an exotic trip to a wonderful place or an unpleasant experience depends on your willingness to give up little luxuries, like donuts. We tried 4 juice cleanses in Bangkok: a big sacrifice, but worth it.
Self-described as “urban rustic Thai”, Err is fittingly housed in a former Old Town shop-house. 2Mag visited to try their street-style staples that offer an emphasis on quality produce and the omission of artificial ingredients.
You're a foodie whose been to more Michelin-starred restaurants than you can count. But do you ever wonder what these talented chefs feed their hard working staffs? We went to Gaggan to find out.