Buzzing, casual and very French. What I mean by the later is that the Art deco design of the interior with its long wooden bar and the staff conservatively dressed in white shirts with black pants are the signature feature of classical French brasserie…
Satyrs, according to a Greek myth “were represented as goatlike men who drank and danced in the train of Dionysus and chased the nymphs” (source: Collins dictionary). As its name suggests, Satyricon is about having fun and enjoying the pleasures of life, like food and wine. In Satyricon’s […]
The youthful Japanese chef Takao Ishiya of former Sushi-Ya has worked at top three Michelin-starred sushi restaurants in Tokyo (Saito) before his pursuit of his own seafood and rice-paved road. […]
Aromi had been crowning the Italian dining kingdom in Prague for many years. In 2005, the year of its opening, it was recognised as “The best new restaurant in the Czech Republic” by Condé Nast Traveler magazine
Sushi B serves one of the best authentic omakase (chef’s choice tasting) sushi courses in Europe. This eight seat sushiya in Paris caters to these seeking authentic, yet personally curated, […]
Bacon is a family success on an international scale. Over 60 years this restaurant has been attracting the rich and famous as well as seasonal visitors of the area appreciating the highest quality of fish and seafood…
Casual, buzzing, local. El Rocio is a local secret, although it might attract some tourists that got a great tip from their Spanish friends to eat there. Overall though it is very local and unpretentious.