Complete list of winners of Asia’s 50 Best Restaurant Awards 2019

Here a list of all the winner restaurants and their location in 2019 Award Show – 50 Best Restaurant of Asia.

Also read “OSCARS OF FOOD” – World’s 50 Best Restaurant awards 2019

  1. Odette, Singapore
  2. Gaggan, Bangkok
  3. Den, Tokyo
  4. Sühring, Bangkok
  5. Florilege, Tokyo
  6. Ultraviolet by Paul Pairet, Shanghai
  7. Mume, Taipei
  8. Narisawa, Tokyo
  9. Nihonryori Ryugin, Tokyo
  10. Burnt Ends, Singapore
  11. The Chairman, Hong Kong
  12. 8 1⁄2 Otto e Mezzo Bombana, Hong Kong
  13. Mingles, Seoul
  14. La Cime, Osaka
  15. Belon, Hong Kong
  16. Gaa, Bangkok
  17. Indian Accent, New Delhi
  18. Il Ristorante Luca Fantin, Tokyo
  19. Bo.Lan, Bangkok
  20. Le Du, Bangkok
  21. Amber, Hong Kong
  22. Nahm, Bangkok
  23. Sazenka, Tokyo
  24. La Maison de la Nature Goh, Fukuoka, Japan
  25. Sushi Saito, Tokyo
  26. L’Effervescence, Tokyo
  27. Jade Dragon, Macao
  28. Paste, Bangkok
  29. Fu He Hui, Shanghai
  30. Raw, Taipei
  31. Shoun Ryugin, Taipei
  32. Jaan, Singapore
  33. Les Amis, Singapore
  34. Vea, Hong Kong
  35. Ministry of Crab, Colombo, Sri Lanka
  36. Wing Lei Palace, Macao
  37. Neighborhood, Hong Kong
  38. Lung King Heen, Hong Kong
  39. Nouri, Singapore
  40. Waku Ghin, Singapore
  41. Toctoc, Seoul
  42. Locavore, Bali, Indonesia
  43. Toyo Eatery, Manila
  44. Seventh Son, Hong Kong
  45. Quintessence, Tokyo
  46. Dewakan, Kuala Lumpur
  47. Sugalabo, Tokyo
  48. Sorn, Bangkok
  49. Corner House, Singapore
  50. Ta Vie, Hong Kong

“OSCARS OF FOOD” – World’s 50 Best Restaurant awards 2019

World’s 50 Best organization highlights other kinds of food and styles that are popular and widely loved locally.

It is divided into

1. Asia’s 50 Best Restaurants and

2. Latin America’s 50 Best Restaurants

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The restaurant that topped the Asia list is Odette in Singapore.

What was once the registration room of the Supreme Court is now the most discreet and intimate of restaurants – named by Chef Julien Royer after his grandmother. – Michelin

Odette was No. 28 on the World’s 50 Best last year.

It finally managed the top number on Aisa’s list with its variety of dishes including freshly prepared fish and pigeons from the natural ingredients. It serves Modern French cuisine. For making Odette Reservations

Julien Royer – “I owe everything that I am to my family, especially my grandmother, Odette. She showed me how the most remarkable dishes can come from the purest ingredients and taught me the importance of adding that ‘little something’ to create dishes that excite the palate and fill the heart.



Gaggan, which has held the No. 1 spot in Asia since 2015 for four consecutive years is No. 2 on the list this year;

Gaggan is an Indian Restaurant run by chef Gaggan Anand in Bangkok, Thailand.


 Gaggan Anand takes Indian cuisine to a rarely seen level and one that is pure alchemy. His artful dishes are original and creative, with a wonderful blend of textures, flavours, and delicate spicing. – Michelin

Indian has bagged the 17th position on the Asia’s List with Indian Accent, a restaurant in New Delhi. Helmed by chef Manish Mehrotra, the fine dining restaurant with a playful take on Indian food.

It is best known for dishes like pani puri, ash-roasted sweet potato, black garlic naan, truffle butter and chicken tikka meatballs.

Stay tuned to my blog for further updates. Complete list of winners of Asia’s 50 Best Restaurant Awards 2019

7 Things you should eat when feeling sick

What often starts with a sneeze and tickle in the back of the throat ends up in a flu lasting for 3-4 days or longer.

If you get sick often then there are certain things if you intake that can help you recover faster. It is usually due to low immunity in people that makes them vulnerable to bacterial infections or it could be a hereditary problem being carried forward to future generations, like chronic constipation or inflammation in stomach.

Some of the most common foods that you should eat when you are feeling sick, have flu, viral infections etc. are mentioned below.

1. Herbal Tea

When suffering from sinuses best way to keep it at bay is to drink herbal tea.

A lot of problems can be cured from herbal tea, so is the magic of it.

It can help improve sleeping problems of insomnia and irritable bowel syndrome, discomfort in digestive tract, nausea.

Visit link for various types of herbal tea and their benefits. Types of Herbal Tea

2. Chicken Soup (Bone Broth)

Keeps you healthy and reduces joint pains. It is anti-inflammatory and fights infections like cold and flu.

Learn to make chicken soup Martha Stewart Way Chicken soup recipe by Martha Stewart

3. Flaxseeds

Rich in omega -3 Fatty acids, researchers show that consumption of flax seeds can reduce chances of cardiovascular diseases and cancer.

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For more details on who should consume flaxseeds and in what quantities visit Benefits of flaxseeds

4. Ginger

My all time go to remedy for cold and flu is ginger. It prevents the accumulation of the toxins that create infections.

5. Coconut Water

If you have a soar throat then prefer to warm it up a little. It helps in reducing inflammation in stomach and is good for faster recovery.

It is important to stay hydrated in times like that.

6. Nuts

Start inhibiting with the nuts family. Pistachio one of the most important and expense nuts of the family is rich in vitamin E and helps ease flu symptoms. They are an ideal pack to boost immunity.

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7. Boiled Potatoes

Boiled potatoes are light to eat and are high in carbohydrates. It can be a good source of vitamin B and C Benefits of Boiled Potatoes and Nutritional Value or you can go the Russian way and breathe over boiled potatoes like a steamer.

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“Maa Ke Haath Ka Khaana”

I have always looked upto all mothers who cook in the kitchen for their families, themselves and otherwise and have always appreciated every bit of efforts that they make.

I never really stepped in the shoes of a woman who actually does so much and takes care of her kitchen so well that even angels from heaven would crave for “Maa Ke Haath Ka Khaana”

Everyone can cook for themselves but it is a combination of a sense of belongingness, love and responsibilities all put together in one person to be able to cook for others.

It feels enlightened to step in to Mom’s Kitchen but having said that there is paramount pressure and responsibility of what would actually come out of kitchen once you step in.

Today I dedicate my blog post to all people, women, men playing role as mothers, fathers, daughters, son or otherwise who cook for their families and do it with all their heart and passion.

5 dishes most North Indian’s crave for || Blog by Sakshi Aurora

Here’s coming up 5 dishes that I believe all Indians have craved for. If not all by far atleast one out of all of these which I will be writing about.

To start with I want to mention that alot of researches have been carried out by Indian Institutes like the Indian Institute of Jodhpur and the curiosity of the Foreign Institutes about the Indian Flavours has not been as unnoticeable and foreign as it may seem to be.

From my studies about the Indian food I have found out that why the Indian food indeed is so delicious and irresistible. It is the aroma and the flavour of the ingredients used which makes the Indian food phenomenally ambrosial.

One such study led to the following interesting facts :-

After studying more than 2,500 recipes, scientists discovered that, contrary to what we might expect, the secret to Indian food’s exquisite taste is actually pairing ingredients that do not share many flavours”

There is definitely an undoubted reason why Indian food is loved alot and is on the list of “The 20 best countries in the world for food

Hope you will agree with me on the list of Indian Dishes I have accumulated to come out to shortlisting only 5 such qualifying dishes that are desired by almost every North Indian foodie and are also on the top of their lists.

1. Dal Makhani and Butter Naan

Even while writing of this if there is anything i can think of it is the taste of the yummy Dal Makhani and softness of Butter Naan. This is the most basic and most desirable indian dish which all the vegetarian north indian foodies love apart from aloo paratha. If you miss this you have missed it all, my friend.

2. Butter Chicken

Needless to say the love of every North Indian foodie is the butter chicken.

As much as it is loved so much simple it is to make this. I will definitely write about how to make butter chicken in my next blogs. Stay tuned. This post is of home cooked butter chicken. And not so surprisingly this dish is world famous for making the most untainted soul drool over this.

3. Rajma Chawal

Raise your hands if you tried this dish and have loved it ever since the first time you had it. I will rephrase in my friends language “synonym for Rajma Chawal is nothing but Divine”

4. Chole Bhature

Amongst the favourites in the fried food category for a North Indian are many dishes like Samaso, Bread Pakora , Chole Bhature. What really tops in that list is chole bhature. Perfect breakfast or lunch option on a weekend. It is one thing “Indians really crave for”

Straight out from the kitchen of a North Indian food serving restaurant.

Learn how to make chole Bhature

5. Gol Gappe

Gol gappas and street food is like pure love to a North Indian foodie. You just can’t take that away from them. Delhi in India is popular for the street food which includes gol gappe, dahi bhalle, papdi chaat, aloo tikki.

7 traits of Highly Effective food bloggers by Sakshi Aurora

What famous food bloggers have in common are these 7 traits that make them popular and stand out from the lot.

But first why food blogging is getting popular

Diversity and exposure to different cultures makes people connect with each other. Food binds people into beautiful relationships that last for as long as forever.

Food bloggers are experts of food whose expertise can be used and relied upon for and when visiting a new restaurant and eating something for the first time. They are always on their feet to visit places, explore, try new food or may be a different cuisine and based on their own experiences they give out a review and some even choose to blog about it.

From the famous bloggers I have come to a conclusion and now I name it

The seven traits of highly effective food bloggers by Sakshi Aurora

1. Some risk taking ability

2. Patience

3. Writing skills

4. Integrity

5. Persistence

6. Passion

7. Respect