Browsing: International Restaurants

European
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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.

French
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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…

Asian
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Camélia, the restaurant at France’s first Mandarin Oriental in Paris, is a cocoon from the commerce and costly shine alongside the hotel’s Saint-Honoré entrance. Douglas enjoys a memorable birthday lunch.

International Restaurants
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It was time to give the cucumber sandwiches a break; we resolved to try the unique ‘thé complet à la française’, French-style afternoon tea, composed of savoury treats such as fois gras with apricot chutney…

European Heinz Beck
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La Pergola, the only three Michelin-starred restaurant in Rome, and one of a mere eight in all of Italy, has a substantial reputation to live up to. Alex Larman and the Holy Roman Empress went to test the water…

Asian
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Kajitsu, the name of the discreet subterranean Japanese restaurant in Manhattan’s Lower East Side, means ‘a fine day’, something you can be assured of should your diurnal cycle conclude within its enlightening confines…

International Restaurants
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Surry Hills is probably the beating heart of Sydney’s culinary body. On this jaunt home to my motherland I was pleased to find one of the finest additions to the district is smack in the centre of it all.

International Restaurants
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Everybody from Frank Sinatra to Jay-Z has extolled the virtues and bemoaned the vices of New York City. This being my first trip to NYC, I decided to spend a day traipsing across town eating everything in sight.

International
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Lunch was booked for one o’clock at Combal.Zero in Rivoli, which had only re-opened two days previously after the summer sojourn, and perhaps word hadn’t yet caught on, as I was the only diner, at least for the first hour…

International Restaurants
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Eastern Standard is apparently the restaurant that the big-name chefs go to when they’re in Boston. The food is said to be innovative and consistently good, ever changing but always memorable. Jackie investigates…

European
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“It is a truth (personally acknowledged) that a restaurant in possession of a view must have rubbish food, stratospheric prices, or both.” Victoria visits Kuzina in Athens, to be proven wrong…

International Restaurants
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Taco Haven, San Antonio, is not a place you want to stand out when you are British, Asian, and photographing the food. It is, however, a place to enjoy barbacoa, aka cow’s face. So Jackie sets down her camera, and tucks in.