Jean-Didier Mathis and his team received in November 2011 the distinction of “Maitre-Restaurateur”, the highly acclaimed title for French restaurants preparing all their authentic meals on premises with the freshest ingredients.
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Natural gem in the French Mediterranean waters, L’Anse de Port Cros requires a sea-bound journey worth the trip. From the Michelin Guide perspective the effort to travel to this sparsely […]
On the same axis of the Kodai-ji Temple Nishikawa calibrates the balance of traditional ryotei cuisine with a casual and social ballast to the iconic, yet serious three Michelin star Kikunoi […]
The Year of Eating Dangerously by Tom Parker Bowles is a belly-rising, conventional mindset challenging and palate-opening inspiration for adventurous travellers. The honest penmanship of the avowed British food writer […]
The name of the restaurant came from straw baskets (called Escourtins) used to keep ground olive paste after being crushed by a stone wheel. L’Escourtin restaurant is located in a former olive oil […]
Restaurante Sobrino de Botín (for a long time it was a tavern since restaurants were rather fancy Parisian style establishments in the period Botín was opened in the 1725) has a long history spanning almost over three centuries.