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Culinary News: Interesting new restaurants to try in Paris

Culinary News: New Paris restaurants with a liberal dose of creativity from Michaël Malapert

Leading French interior designer Michael Malapert has been working on some very interesting new eateries in Paris that a look like great places to sample some very fine Parisian cuisine. A Noste in Paris (Opening September 2014)Located in the 2nd district of Paris, near place de la Bourse, A Noste restaurant is a new concept

The Cavalli Ibiza Restaurant & Lounge, the new go-to destination for both celebrities and socialites

The Cavalli Ibiza Restaurant & Lounge, the new go-to destination for both celebrities and socialites

Roberto Cavalli has announced the opening of the Cavalli Ibiza Restaurant & Lounge in on of the most exclusive parts of this highly popular Mediterranean island. The start of 2014 witnessed some major changes in the management structure of the brand with Roberto Cavalli returning to the role of men's creative director, taking over the

Reena Patel scopes out Reform Social & Grill’s rather spiffing re-launch and latest menu

Reena Patel scopes out Reform Social & Grill’s rather spiffing re-launch and latest menu

It’s a quintessentially ‘best of British’ affair at Reform Social & Grill. During our visit, there was something quite simply and utterly charming about the wine and dine experience. s we arrived for the fabulously British evening menu, our group of guests were already gathered to sit neatly round the Captain’s cosy candlelit Top Table

Dining at Armathwaite Hall

Dining at Armathwaite Hall

When it comes to dining, Armathwaite Hall excels once again, offering two very different venues. The Lake View Restaurant is the epitome of tradition, elegance and glamour. It’s a beautiful and spacious dining hall with an option to take a table at the conservatory to make the most of the spectacular views. The first thing

Chocolate Fit For A King Or Three At Hampton Court Palace

Chocolate Fit For A King Or Three At Hampton Court Palace

Since the humble cocoa bean arrived on our shores in the seventeenth century, Britain has been a nation of chocolate lovers. hether you were rich or poor, young or old, almost everyone likes to indulge in this velvety smooth creation and the royal family over the years have been no strangers to it either. In

Things to try in 2014: Kitchen Theory experimental kitchen in London

Things to try in 2014: Kitchen Theory experimental kitchen in London

Kitchen Theory: The London based experimental kitchen run by chefs from Michelin restaurant backgrounds. Kitchen Theory have announced a new residency for their experimental kitchen at Maida Hill Place every weekend over the summer of 2014. Starting as of 13th June, the Kitchen Theory experimental kitchen will host their sell-out series of Japanese experimental dinners

Rextail - Another Novikov Number in Mayfair, London

Rextail - Another Novikov Number in Mayfair, London

London’s Mayfair is filled with hip haunts, so it’s hardly surprising that the recent opening of Rextail, called for its reference to ‘T-Rex’ and ‘oxtail’ has fit right in and become one of them. pened by renowned Russian restaurateur Arkady Novikov, the man who brought us the sister Mayfair spot with his namesake (his first

Simon Wittenberg samples the delights on offer at Bunker Bay resort in Western Australia

Simon Wittenberg samples the delights on offer at Bunker Bay resort in Western Australia

Part two of Editor Simon Wittenberg's experience at the five-star Pullman Resort Bunker Bay resort in Western Australia The award-winning ‘Other Side of the Moon’ restaurant, which is themed around Australian cuisine with a Mediterranean influence, is the main dining venue at the resort and sits adjacent to the property’s bar area. The menu for

A world champion at Hôtel Fouquet’s Barrière

A world champion at Hôtel Fouquet’s Barrière

Gaëtan Fiard, Head Station Chef at the Michelin starred Le Diane restaurant, triumphs at the Mondial Des Arts Sucrés 2014 with teammate Johanna Le Pape Following in the footsteps of Stéphane Ginouvès, winner of Meilleur Ouvrier de France Barman 2011 , Christophe Schmitt, recipient of the Taittinger 2012 prize, and under the leadership and guidance

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