Tag: michelin-star

  • SeaSens restaurant, Cannes

    SeaSens restaurant, Cannes

    Dining at the SeaSens restaurant at the Five Seas Hotel in Cannes is most definitely an experience. Chef Arnaud Tabarec’s touch is at the heart of the restaurant. The concept, we are told, is an exotic fusion, inspired by his travels in South East Asia. Elements have been carefully selected, […]

     
  • The Godfather of Italian cuisine in London: Quattro Passi

    The Godfather of Italian cuisine in London: Quattro Passi

    Quattro Passi is the initiative of Two Michelin-starred chef Antonio Mellino who brings the concept of authentic Italian cuisine right to London’s doorstep. Incorporating only the freshest of ingredients (all imported, by the way, from his native Amalfi Coast), it’s easy to see why this restaurant is quick to become […]

     
  • Restaurant All’Oro, the most relaxing place to eat Michelin starred food

    Restaurant All’Oro, the most relaxing place to eat Michelin starred food

    Jumping out of my taxi I’m worried that I’ll be too late to dine at All’Oro, the ballet having overrun slightly. Yet worrying was needless and the staff at All’Oro welcomed me with big smiles and the bubbly Italian spirit that one only finds in Italy. I’m fortunate enough to […]

     
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  • The Fruits of the Earth: GLASS, Berlin

    The Fruits of the Earth: GLASS, Berlin

    “My biggest fear,” says chef Gal Ben-Moshe, “is that a journalist will come in here and think that I am making it up.” He leans over a bowl of steaming liquid oxygen and the metallic tablecloth which is doubling as a plate sprung with various sweets. Share

     
  • St. Moritz: The Gourmet Food Festival

    St. Moritz: The Gourmet Food Festival

    The Gourmet Festival is a firm fixture on the St Moritz calendar and many regular visitors time their arrival to coincide with it. Each hotel hosts a different chef every night, with the grand finale dinner taking place at Badrutt’s Palace. Share

     
  • La Soupe Populaire, Berlin

    La Soupe Populaire, Berlin

    Berlin’s two Michelin-starred chef Tim Raue’s newest restaurant, La Soupe Popluaire, is the latest in a series of highly esteemed restaurants reshaping Berlin’s culinary landscape. Both the concept behind the gallery-cum-restaurant, where art meets the culinary arts, and its execution at once set it apart. Share

     
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  • Night at the Museum: Auberge du Jeu de Paume, Chantilly

    Night at the Museum: Auberge du Jeu de Paume, Chantilly

    The Aga Khan’s efforts at preserving Chantilly as a beacon of the French lifestyle include the newly opened Auberge du Jeu de Paume. The location is next to none: 20 minutes from Charles de Gaulle and next door to the largest princely Share

     
  • Laurent: my delicious induction

    Laurent: my delicious induction

    There exists an Empyrean in the tourist battlefront that is the Champs-Elysées of 2013, with the allée Marcel Proust nearby, Le Laurent is unmistakeably modern and yet a historic cache of the Elysian Fields of the Belle Époque – acting as the morsels of madeleine dipped in lime flower tea, […]

     
  • The insiders guide to eating in Berlin: Tim Raue

    The insiders guide to eating in Berlin: Tim Raue

    In typical Berlin fashion, Tim Raue, the city’s only two-star Michelin restaurant, has none of the flamboyance or ostentation that one has come to expect from such lauded institutions. On the contrary, the Asian fusion establishment in Mitte has a rather witty and nonchalant air about it, making it an […]

     
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  • It’s all about taking it to the ‘Nth degree’.

    Bob Walton is an astute and passionate man. On top of winning a plethora of awards and titles, he has also dedicated 40 years to the hospitality industry that he loves. He knows the ins and outs of this business better than anyone else, something you would expect from the […]

     
 
 
 
 

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