CNN Site Map for Section Food and Drink (Galleries) for February - 2017
- 2017-02-28World's cheapest Michelin-starred meal: Singapore's Liao Fan Hong Kong Soya Sauce Chicken Rice & Noodle, a humble hawker stall, received one star in the city state's inaugural Michelin Guide in July 2016. The price of its iconic chicke
- 2017-02-27Marcus Samuelsson's casual MGM National Harbor restaurant is open daily from 6 a.m. to 2 a.m.
- 2017-02-27Self-taught chef Ana Ro� changes her menu with the seasons -- or on a whim -- to incorporate the freshest produce and ad hoc inspiration. She sources herbs and vegetables from her own organic garden, and works with foragers and local fishermen to source o
- 2017-02-23Japan's "ama" divers: The tradition of ama diving dates back centuries, with references to these "women of the sea" first recorded around 5,000 years ago. While the industry was once thriving, today only about 2,000 ama divers rem
- 2017-02-2115. Mingles, Seoul: Judges of the Asia's 50 Best Restaurants Awards called Mingles the rising star of Seoul. The three-year-old venue has been voted the best restaurant in Korea twice.
- 2017-02-13Hong Kong's first food trucks: As part of a two-year pilot program, 16 Hong Kong food trucks have been given approval to set up on city streets. Among these is Bao & Buns, which prepares American-Chinese fusion bao.
- 2017-02-10The Ides in Williamsburg may have the best views of New York City. It looks across the East River to the whole of Manhattan.
- 2017-02-06Tenerife, Canary Islands: Thanks to its rich volcanic soil, Tenerife produces tasty red and white wines, and has grape varieties that were wiped out from mainland Europe during the Phylloxera epidemic in the mid-1800s.
- 2017-02-02Sushi KitKat bars: These limited edition "sushi" sets will be given out to visitors at Tokyo's newest KitKat Chocolatory shop, which is located in Ginza. All three bars, named after the types of sushi they resemble, sit on a base of puffed
- 2017-02-01Fried tarantulas: A delicacy in Cambodia, fried tarantulas can sell for up to $1 each. Want to give them a try? A cooking school in Siem Reap teaches tourists how to fry their own.