From crispy wasabi prawn in Singapore to sea urchin pâté in Taipei, get a special culinary tour of Asia from The New York Times Travel archives.
Artists-turned-restaurateurs are introducing cuisine from their ancestral provinces.
Some of the best places to dine on the island are the intimate eating places that have sprung up in people's homes.
Local river prawns, slow-cooked pork rump, hairy crabs and soup dumplings are all served in classic form.
The city’s cuisine is the legacy of court and temple — aristocratic and understated.
A melting-pot nation mixes all its traditions in its kitchens.
The country has gastronomic attractions aplenty, from street food to restaurants with inventive cuisine.
The little democratic island offers an array of culinary influences.
Sophisticated food is showing up in this ancient city that has something for every palate.