With his three Michelin restaurant Les Prés d’Eugénie, the octogenarian chef Michel Guérard stands as one of the last iconic personas of the French nouvelle cuisine. Set in a remote Relais […]
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Sassicaia has sparked a revolution Italy with its Cabernet-based Vino de Tavola (table wine) made in up-to-that-time-yet-unexplored Maremma region of coastal Tuscany. Today, this is perhaps the country’s most wanted wine […]
La Degustation Bohême Bourgeoise is the first restaurant in Prague that was awarded a Michelin star. Rightfully so, as since 2006 this gastronomic eatery has been challenging plentiful stereotypes about […]
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 […]
Its location at the most prestigious area in Shanghai might have guaranteed the popularity of this restaurant, private club, roof lounge and wine shop in one. However, it is the cellar which is the most wondrous attraction here.