Magnus Nilsson, the renowned Chef of Fäviken Magasinet and Clean Energy Company Fortum, are launching a one-of-a-kind pop-up restaurant in Åre, Sweden. “Kabin 1274” will serve three seatings in the Kabinbana gondola lift during Easter, to celebrate those who’ve already committed to a cleaner future and chosen sustainable ways to live. This Easter (20th–22nd April), the […]

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Brat – it certainly isn’t, this 2018 recipient of a Michelin Star, is an exceptionally well-behaved inhabitant of the glam magnet that is Shoredtich. This first-floor restaurant embodies the inspiration of Thomos Parry, an Anglesey native, the Welshman has fire in his belly and front of house! Don’t be fooled, the menu is not Welsh […]

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Under a Michelin Star… Jason Atherton has the star – and Berner’s Tavern is the star! Set in the London Edition Hotel offset from the trendy bar and reception, this is where gallery meets fine dining, in a majestic space walls adorned with art, busy pinny-clad staff busy… The broadsheet menu covers cocktails, Champagnes and […]

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It’s a pleasure to interview an international star – Ken Hom OBE! Enjoy is sandwiched (in a Michelin star way) between Chinese New Year and Saturday Kitchen – of course! Ken loves the south of England and expresses his pleasure of visiting areas outside of London to sample the ever more impressive choice of restaurants […]

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Now reader take this advice and don’t have lunch on the Dani Garcia date – this two Michelin-starred chef, and Spanish national hero has turned a tasting menu into a new breed! Fifteen courses plus hor d’oeuvres, pure theatre, choreographed service and a visit into the surgically presented kitchens! There are too many delicacies to […]

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So many restaurants, so little time! Ordinarily 13 is viewed as an unlucky number – but not today keen reader, it couldn’t be a more exciting number – as that is how many restaurants and bars there are in the hip Hotel Puente Romano in the uber-cool Spanish city of Marbella in Andalusia. This labyrinthine […]

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It goes through its economical ups and downs, its islands and high rises, but one thing that Dubai never loses is its higher than high standards; its surrounds, its dining and hospitality, and you can’t go higher than the Burj Al Arab if you want seven-star service! The hotel is quite something and improved we […]

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