Chef News @ Palate Sensations

Chef Susan Raj: Talking About Momos, Nepalese Dumplings

Chef Susan Raj: Talking About Momos, Nepalese Dumplings

When I sat down to write, I felt I could write a whole book on the joys of making and eating momos, Nepalese bite size steamed dumplings. Filled with meat or vegetables with thin white flour outer wrapping, one could

An Interview with Chef Jason Tan: A Party Without A Cake Is Just A Meeting

An Interview with Chef Jason Tan: A Party Without A Cake Is Just A Meeting

Chef Jason believes a good cake always makes gatherings and parties livelier. So just like Julia Child said, “A party without cake is just a meeting.” In this blog post, we’ve asked Chef Jason Tan 8 questions so you can get

8 Questions with Chef Alfie Mossadeg

8 Questions with Chef Alfie Mossadeg

Our chefs are the heart of Palate Sensations. Their love for food and passion for cooking lets them enjoy educating both home gourmands and budding chefs alike. In this blog post, we’ve asked Chef Alfie Mossadeg 8 questions so you

Looking back at 2016.. The year in review

Looking back at 2016.. The year in review

Where did 2016 go? When I look back on 2016, I am excited to say that 2016 was a superb year for us. Even with the tough economic conditions and some of our corporate clients having to tighten their budgets,

Introducing Michelin Star Chef Jeremy Gillon from Les Restaurants du Montana @ Palate Sensations Cooking School

Introducing Michelin Star Chef Jeremy Gillon from Les Restaurants du Montana @ Palate Sensations Cooking School

We are really excited to welcome to Palate Sensations Chef Jeremy Gillon from The Les Restaurants du Montana from the ski resort region of Val Thorens in France. His restaurant L’Epicurien is a 1 star Michelin restaurant. He is here

The essence of Japanese home cooking is cooking from the heart

The essence of Japanese home cooking is cooking from the heart

Contributed by Chef Amelia Seko, Japanese Chef Instructor @ Palate Sensations Cooking School. Before I married my late husband who was Japanese, my daily meal consisted of the usual hawker food such as chee cheong fun, char bee hoon etc..but

Lynette Foo, the woman behind Palate Sensations Cooking School

Lynette Foo, the woman behind Palate Sensations Cooking School

“This 10 year journey has been such a rewarding experience, firstly starting the school from my home and then moving twice to bigger premises. I have seen thousands of participants improve their culinary and baking skills during this period. I