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Toyo: refined Japanese gastronomy meets rare ingredients in Paris

Toyo: refined Japanese gastronomy meets rare ingredients in Paris

A simple, yet fine entrance to Toyo in Paris announces the humble Japanese attitude that permeats the entire dining experience at the restaurant. Welcomed by a clean, sombre painting of ...
Alain Ducasse at Hotel de Paris in Monte-Carlo

Alain Ducasse at Hotel de Paris in Monte-Carlo

The amuse-bouche spritzes the contemporary Riviera scent to the gastronomic spectacle at Alain Ducasse at Hôtel de Paris. The delicately simmered Mediterranean fish and the refreshing fragrance of citrus fruits ...
Hélène Darroze: Michelin mademoiselle cooking with emotions

Hélène Darroze: Michelin mademoiselle cooking with emotions

Hélène Darroze is among the rare breed of female Michelin star chefs. At her Connaught hotel restaurant, she established her reputation firmly in London ...
Thriving London chocolate producers and shops with focus on craftsmanship

Thriving London chocolate producers and shops with focus on craftsmanship

Britain's infatuation with chocolate is swirling into a delectable contagion now infecting millions of local and visiting passionate cocoa lovers. Finding the best London chocolate shops was a 'sugarific' detective work ...
Interviews with a wine expert: Champagne and its rivals in the spotlight

Interviews with a wine expert: Champagne and its rivals in the spotlight

Wine investors are more interested in individuality and uniqueness.Grower Champagne attracts good press and there is general enthusiasm for it on the trade ...
La Vague d'Or: Mediterranean gastronomy elevated in Saint-Tropez

La Vague d’Or: Mediterranean gastronomy elevated in Saint-Tropez

Trained by Michel Guérard and Alain Ducasse, the chef inherited their delicate approach to cooking and passion for local ingredients ...
The Greenhouse: natural setting enrobed in Mayfair

The Greenhouse: natural setting enrobed in Mayfair

The in-house custodian of flavors is the two Michelin stared chef Arnaud Bignon, who casts his fine touch on the classic French cuisine. any of the dishes, while employing contemporary ...
Ecco on Snow: high altitude gastronomy floating by St Moritz

Ecco on Snow: high altitude gastronomy floating by St Moritz

The chef at Ecco has already developed a fine palate, which he translates brillliantly in his contemporary European oddyssey. The Swabian German Rolf Fliegauf deserves the two Michelin "macaroons" for ...
Pierre Marcolini: chocolate moulded into perfection

Pierre Marcolini: chocolate moulded into perfection

Pierre Marcolini, a Belgium chocolate maker is a perfectionist and his quest for even better chocolate creation elevates him to the cocoa Olymp of the World's best "haute chocolateries". The ...
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