SINGAPORE - Their names are synonymous with scrumptious dishes. The Straits Times' trio of makan champs, namely food editor Tan Hsueh Yun, food critic Wong Ah Yoke, and food correspondent Rebecca Lynne Tan, have their finger on the pulse of the food scene.
Whether it's a high-end Michelin-starred restaurant or your favourite neighbourhood zi char stall, these three have probably already sussed them out.
From bite-size reviews to in-depth trend analyses, they have earned a reputation for being fair, knowledgeable and trustworthy.
That is why they are the faces of this year's The Straits Times, Wherever You Are multimedia campaign. For the next few months, expect to see their faces in advertisements in newspapers and magazines and online, as well as in out-of-home platforms such as bus-shelter posters, cinema advertisements, and digital screens at malls.
Following the success of last year's campaign, this year continues to highlight ST's commitment to bringing the news to readers across multiple platforms in print, online and via tablets or smartphones.
Their recommendations and reviews are right at your fingertips, whenever and wherever you are. Besides the papers, you can access their verdicts on tablets as well as the popular SoShiok food app, which features restaurant listings and allows users to look for eateries in the vicinity with the Nearby function. These include the latest restaurant reviews from Mr Wong, or Hunger Management recipes from Ms Tan Hsueh Yun.
So wherever you are, if you're looking for a good meal, pick up a copy of Life! or Sunday Life!, or check out the SoShiok app available for all iPhone and Android users for starters.