Posts Tagged ‘restaurant’

Now boarding for Beirut

Now boarding for Beirut

In the capital, there’s a restaurant for just about every cuisine from around the world, from Iranian to Korean and Peruvian (ceviche is the dish of the moment). The food is undoubtedly delicious, but no matter how many plastic palm trees are used to decorate the place, there’s often no escaping the fact that you are in London. (more…)

Where to eat like a local in Paris

Where to eat like a local in Paris

Cooking is in Helene Darroze’s blood. With a Michelin-starred pedigree, she is one of only a handful of women to claim the accolade – three in total – and can be found jetting between her eponymous Parisian restaurant and London’s The Connaught. (more…)

We heart New York Restaurant Week

We heart New York Restaurant Week

New York Restaurant Week returns today with over 275 restaurants – including Maze by Gordon Ramsay and the internationally acclaimed Nobu – participating over this two-week event.

A diverse range of cuisines will be offered at discounts from the 12-25 July, and diners can sample a three-course prix-fixe lunch menu $24.07 and three-course prix-fixe dinner menu at $35. (more…)

The return of The Savoy Grill

The return of The Savoy Grill

It’s been one of the most anticipated restaurant openings of the year, and finally The Savoy Grill opened its doors again in London yesterday.

Situated in The Savoy hotel, which reopened earlier this year, the restaurant dates back to 1889 and has been completely restored to its former Art Deco glory. (more…)

World’s Best Restaurant named

World’s Best Restaurant named

‘Food is definitely the best way to enjoy the world,’ said Nadia Santini as she collected the award for Best Female Chef at last night’s The World’s 50 Best Restaurants awards in London. (more…)

Tuck into London

Tuck into London

We start our London food round-up with a dream team of superstar chefs – Alain Ducasse and Wolfgang Puck – who will be combining their very special culinary skills for a unique Franco-American dining experience at The Dorchester later this month. (more…)

Live the high life in Ho Chi Minh City

Live the high life in Ho Chi Minh City

Recently named one of the world’s fastest-growing economies by PricewaterhouseCoopers, Vietnam is on the up. And, thanks to an increase in chic bars and an influx of internationally acclaimed chefs, night owls now have several more excuses to hit Ho Chi Minh City (formerly Saigon). (more…)

Portugal’s first pop-up restaurant opens

Portugal’s first pop-up restaurant opens

Portugal has joined the pop-up phenomenon by opening its very own temporary restaurant today. Hosted in Vale do Lobo, a luxury resort in the Algarve, the three-week event sees the country’s top chefs cook for a select number of guests. (more…)

La Terrasse pops up in Paris

La Terrasse pops up in Paris

Pop up restaurant La Terrasse has opened for business on the roof of department store Galeries Lafayette in Paris.

The restaurant – designed by Patrick Jouin and Sanjit Manku – is a simple outdoor space, boasting stunning views of the city. (more…)

Say hello to Scotland’s first pop-up restaurant

Say hello to Scotland’s first pop-up restaurant

What do you get when you cross London’s top seafood restaurant, J Sheekey, with Ondine – the Scottish seafood restaurant of the year 2010? Scotland’s first pop-up restaurant, of course, set to open its doors on 29 August as part of the Edinburgh festival. (more…)

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