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The mother of all #foodporn - El Celler de Can Roca

2nd November 2017. Husband’s 50th birthday.

Here’s a bright idea. He’s a big foodie so let’s take him to the best restaurant in the world. Oh and it’s in Girona, a place he loves. 696 more words


Restaurant Review: Paul Bocuse

Paul Bocuse has done more for the evolution of French Cuisine than any other living person. Now considered classic food Paul Bocuse was actually the pioneer of the Nouvelle Cuisine, the new cuisine. 1,561 more words


Tokyo: World #52* & 3* Nihonryori RyuGin

I’ve always liked the idea of Japan.

I mean, ever since I took up karate as a young boy and started watching those cool samurai movies on a Saturday morning.   1,735 more words

Fine Dining

L’Ambroisie, Paris - Food For The Gods

9 Place des Vosges,
75004 Paris, France
Tel. +33 1 42 78 51 45

Food type: French

Website: L’Ambroisie

Paris. The city is the playground for the rich and famous. 2,158 more words


Restaurant Review: Alain Ducasse Louis XV

Louis XV is one of three 3 Michelin starred restaurants by the legendary French chef Alain Ducasse. It is a former number 3 restaurant on the prestigious World Top 50 list. 915 more words


Restaurant Review: L'Arpège

L’Arpège is one of those restaurants that people travel the world to dine at. L’Arpège is famous for transitioning from a classic sauce and meat heavy restaurant into a 100% vegetarian restaurant around 20 years ago without losing their coveted 3 Michelin stars. 1,177 more words


Restaurant Review: Guy Savoy Paris

My first day in Europe after a transatlantic flight I always attempt to stay awake all day and then get to bed early around 9 or 10pm as I find this is the quickest way to get over the jet lag. 1,681 more words