As part of the inaugural announcement of Asia's 50 Best Restaurants sponsored by S. Pellegrino and Acqua Panna List the team behind the event have created a great feature on their website that looks at some of the best places to eat in Asia, as recommended by some of the winning chefs from the list.
There's tips from Richard Ekkebus from the Amber restaurant, the lifetime achievement winner Paul Pairet and Alvin Leung from Bo Innovation, to name just a few.
A great look at some of the hidden places that some of Asia's best chefs visit when they need to relax and enjoy some great food.
Number one on the list for 2013 was Yoshihiro Narisawa who recommends Garamanjaku Café, Ukishima Garden and Shoku Nin Kan as some of his favorite places to eat in Tokyo.
There's tips from number 2 and 3 on the list as Seiji Yamamoto and David Thompson offer their advice for foods in Tokyo and Thailand respectively.
If you're travelling to Asia and want to add some off the beaten track culinary stops to your trip we suggest you take a look at this great feature.
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