Must Try Asia

October 2018
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Season 2 Episode 6 - Kyoto

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Kyoto is a charming city on an island and Sarah is set for her Japanese foodie adventure. In this episode, Sarah susses out the best in Kyoto-styled ramen and the city’s take on Tempura. She tries out the dishes both in humble family run eateries, and in a lavish fine dining setting. It’s a must-try episode for the senses.
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Season 2 Episode 5 - Cebu

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Cebu lies in the middle of the Philippines and is known for its centuries old fortifications built during the Spanish rule. In this episode, Sarah visits Cebu to savour Pochero, a beef stew which packs a punch, and tinola, a seafood stew which can be cooked with various seafood ingredients. Her time in Cebu gives Sarah a b...
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Season 2 Episode 4 - Taipei

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From dazzling shopping districts to historical national monuments, Taipei has something for tourists of all ages. Sarah navigates the busy streets to sample traditional Taiwanese beef noodles and sanbeiji, which literally translates to three-cup-chicken. She gains a newfound appreciation for Taipei food which goes beyond i...
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Season 2 Episode 3 - Hanoi

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Sarah heads to Hanoi to savour the must-try one-dish wonders, Bun Cha and Cha Ca. Two iconic dishes in two very different settings - a humble famed street stall and a lavish restaurant. Through her food journey, Sarah learns about what makes Hanoi cuisine so different from its Indochina neighbours.
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Season 2 Episode 2 - Bali

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Bali is much more than just pristine beaches, serene temples, and picturesque paddy fields. Sarah Benjamin goes into the heart of Bali to savour its most famous dishes. She tries Lawar, a uniquely Balinese dish which some have compared to a salad or coleslaw, and Betutu, which is slow roasted chicken or duck.
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Season 2 Episode 1 - Chiang Mai

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Chiang Mai is the laid-back, historical city of Northern Thailand. Sarah Benjamin tries two of the city’s most iconic dishes, Khao Soi, and a sweet curry, Gaeng Hang Lay. Sarah learns about the influences on Chiang Mai’s unique cuisine, and the nuanced differences in palate between Chiang Mai and other parts of Thailand.
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