Browsing: European

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“The Hill Bar & Brasserie has the unfortunate status of being on the busy path one likely travels down to get to somewhere else…” So what made Gabrielle call in? Lucky for us she did, though…

British
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“Ah, the 1970s. When an avocado pear was the height of exoticism, when cheese was meant to be cubed, pronged on a cocktail stick and paired with a chunk of tinned pineapple.”

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“The first round of amuse bouche were effortlessly placed before us by the smiling and tactful waiting staff, gliding gracefully around the dining room like ballerinas on a merry-go-round.”

French
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“If I concentrate, I can see it all in my mind’s eye. It’s the early eighties – 1982 perhaps – that apocryphal year for the finest Clarets. I’d say it’s November and wintry, cold and grey outside…”

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“’Tis better to have loved and lost, than never to have loved at all’. Really, Tennyson? I’m not so sure.” Gabrielle falls for Le Manoir aux Quat’ Saisons; her life will never be the same again…

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‘A gastronomic journey led by the needs of each ingredient and with the freedom of our creativity’. Noah May experiences one of the best meals of his life at Restaurant Frantzén Lindeberg in Stockholm.

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“It has always been my opinion, formed through long experience, that a culture can be judged, and yes I do mean judged, by the quality of its food and the quality of its philosophy.”

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“More than the rustic façade of this understated restaurant lets on, the Hôtel du Nord isn’t your average Parisian bistro, but is a rare piece of French film history.” Rooksana investigates…

British The Lady Ottoline
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“I find myself in Bloomsbury’s premier residential street heading towards a restored Victorian pub. I expect to find it full of Dickensian characters, errant domestic servants, chimney sweeps and miscreants.”

European
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“He’s standing at the ham, slicing and sweating and we’re standing at the bar, waiting and salivating – there’s only a thin line between us…my god, I am desperate for that ham.”

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