Asian Food Video Recipes and Guides

When you think of Asian cuisines, you think of its incredibly diverse food culture that delight consumers across the globe. There is more to Asian cuisines than you can ever imagine – remarkable flavors for every taste and palate that will take you by surprise. Well, surely, if you are a foodie, the Asian culinary landscape is an impressive paragon waiting to be explored.

As the region’s leading food-focused and cooking TV channel, Asian Food Network is the home to a multitude of authentic Asian food recipes, cuisines, and guides. We connect communities all over the world through a universal love and passion, that is – Asian food.

Dive deep into Asian food with our video series. Uncover intriguing recipes that you can effortlessly recreate at the comfort of your own home, the latest Asian food trend that emerged as the talk of the town, and traditionally delightful dining spots await your visit. Asian Food Network will show you how you can eat your way through every city in Asia.



Places in South East Asia you have to visit with our Late Night Guides, follow our Wow! Series for the best eats in town - starting off with Philippines and Singapore.

Destination Flavours China

Follow Adam Liaw explores the traditional tastes of China - straight from the source itself.

Wow! Philippines: Matthias Rhoads

Wow! Singapore


Wow! Singapore: Blue Algae Bubble Tea for This Festive Season

For a limited time only, the enchanting flavours made with edible blue extract are the Blue Algae Honey Lemon Ice Blend, Blue Algae Honey Grapefruit and Blue Algae Honey Brown Rice Milk Tea

Wow! Singapore: Bubble Waffle

Tucked in Singapore’s hipster hood of Arab Street lies social media famous bubble waffle shop Asian Rad Afters. Most come for their big seller, Bubble Waffles, which is a big cone of warm Hong Kong-styled egglet wrapped around one of over ten handcrafted ice-cream flavours. That includes deliciously creamy Thai Milk Tea, and one with a floral pandan fragrance. But there’s more than just ice cream, try out the Iced Asian Teas with lychee and oolong too. Non-diary and vegan options available.

Wow! Singapore: Lobster Burger

Sitting in the lively nightlife belt of Singapore’s Tanjong Pagar is an umami-bursting lobster restaurant. The thing to eat? Two grilled ramen patties tastefully squeezing a juicy lobster claw. If that’s not enough lobster, you could try your luck asking for a special lobster ice-cream, that we’re told is not for sale at Lobsters & Ice Cream.

Wow! Singapore: Charcoal Chicken Bao

In a busy two-way street of Singapore’s Chinatown lies Bao Makers, a curiously contemporary Chinese bun making shop. They’re known for their bold, localised flavours like Chilli Crab Bao and Blackened Chicken. Now if you pick the chicken over crab, you’ll bite through a deep-fried, savoury crisp chicken coated in edible charcoal batter, oozing with torched garlic mayo. And there’s more.

Wow! Singapore: Salted Egg Yolk and Curry Macaron

It’s another one on the list of salted egg yolk infused food. But this one’s a strangely appealing dessert. The French macaron at Singapore patisserie The M Plot is infused with salted egg yolk cream and a lingering taste of peppery, spiced curry leaves. Other offerings are equally decadent, like the chocolate mango mousse and a whole lot more.

Wow! Singapore: Sea Urchin Pasta

At The Masses that sits in downtown Singapore, order an addictively lip-smacking pasta dish that pops with rich flavours of sea urchin, caviar and crabmeat, all rolling in a bed of thick lobster-infused pasta. It’s both a mouthful to eatand to order, with the name C&C&C&C that includes clams and chorizo, a type of European pork sausage.

Wow! Singapore: Bubble Milk Tea Crispy Seaweed

Bubble tea isn't just a drink, now you can eat it too.

Wow! Singapore: Stellar Pork Ribs

Hidden in a hynoptic magic bowl is fiery spiced pork ribs in a fragrant chili mix. It's rewarding to watch, wait and eat- so sit tight and dig in to some really stella pork ribs at Taikoo Lane Hotpot in busy Chinatown.

Homecooked Phillipines with Anton Amoncio


Home Cooked Philippines with Anton Amoncio: Beef Kaldereta

All in a pot, this Filipino Beef Kaldereta's simmered to perfect tenderness, then sizzled with spices of bay leaves and a magic liver spread that will make you an instant addict.

Home Cooked Philippines with Anton Amoncio: Bicol Express

Not to be mistaken for the name of a train - Bicol Express, straight from Manila, is an intensely stewed coconut-milk pork belly dish that really is just heaven in a bowl.

Home Cooked Philippines with Anton Amoncio: Chicken & Pork Adobo

It's believed that no two Filipinos cook Adobo the same way. What’s true though, is that this vinegared chicken and juicy pork belly recipe is lip-smackingly tasty and a delicious double-act!

Home Cooked Philippines: Sopas

If you think your chicken noodle soup's too basic, try dropping plump smokey sausages in it. Then, you'll see why this Filipino Sopas recipe is the only chicken noodle soup recipe you'll ever need.

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