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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 […]
Landing from Tokyo’s Ginza, Sushi Ichi is the first restaurant in Singapore to offer a blend of two distinctive Japanese culinary attitudes featuring top-tier Kyoto Kaiseiki Ryori first, followed by premium Sushi in their […]
Patrick Roger is not just a creator of vibrant hedonistic flavours, but also a true artist. From his raw material – chocolate as well metal, he carves giant sculptures at his workshop in Sceaux, south of Paris.
La Chèvre d’Or is a stunning luxurious hotel with perhaps an even more impressive location. Hundreds of tourists browse daily through the medieval Eze village high in the hills above Monaco and Cap Ferrat.
Winemaking in Al-Lubnaniya (Lebanon) was heavily marked by 20 years of civil war (1975-1990). During this period the wine industry was virtually nonexistent. This dark age of the Lebanese wine […]