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Fine Dining at Two Michelin-Starred Don Alfonso 1890, Sorrento

There are some restaurants you visit that you just know you’re going to remember every little detail of forever, as it really blows you away. That happened in September at Don Alfonso 1890 in Sorrento. 637 more words

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Noma

Three hours of a very fulfilling lunch at Noma, Copenhagen.

The gimmick started right in front of the front entrance. There lies a small patch of green moss, where we could see one of the chef selecting moss for today’s plating. 102 more words

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Faviken

World’s most remote restaurant. Currently number 41 on the San Pellegrino list. Getting to Öre was not an easy feat, but it was extremely worth it. 81 more words

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Review: The Treby Arms, Devon

The Treby Arms, near Plympton in Devon is run by husband and wife team Anton and Clare Piotrowski. Some may remember Anton from the 2012 masterchef series which he won in style, and since then has gone on to bigger and better things, gaining a michelin star at his Devon pub. 525 more words

Eating Out Reviews

Hong Kong’s best: Inside the World’s Inexpensive Michelin-star Restaurant

Good things come to those who wait. It was what I said to console myself after patiently waiting for almost two hours for my number to be called. 299 more words

Review: Simpsons

Last year the prestigious Simpsons Restaurant in Edgabaston, Birmingham underwent something of a renovation. Previously sitting firmly in what one might call the old school fine dining camp, all white linen table cloths and formality, the revamp has taken the restaurant to a new level. 882 more words

Eating Out Reviews

Usuki Fugu Yamadaya

Fugu has never been a favourite fish of mine. My first experience with fugu was in 2012. It was in Beijing, and I did not think much of it. 411 more words

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