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Review: House at the Cliff House Hotel

You know when you’re really looking forward to something, everything you’ve seen and read backs up the fact you think you’re going to have a fantastic evening and then the actual experience is so odd that you end up being confused and underwhelmed? 800 more words

Eating Out Reviews

Lazy Bear: Fine Dining, Pop-Up Style

I know I’m going to run out of adjectives to describe this experience, so BEAR with me.  Lazy Bear is an underground restaurant in the Mission and an anagram of Chef David Barzelay’s last name.   341 more words


Noma, Copenhagen: "The Worlds Best Restaurant"

A couple of months ago when I was in Copenhagen with my friend Jill – we got the opportunity to dine at Noma. The name is a portmanteau of the two Danish words “nordisk” (Nordic) and “mad” (food). 756 more words


Celestial Dining: Dreaming Of a Michelin Star

Family, friends, and colleagues are aware of my dream of running a Michelin-star restaurant. I believe the coveted top honor is a sign that one has succeeded at the highest level as a chef. 289 more words

Chef Life

CIAK in the Kitchen

Last week I had a girls’ night out and someone has chosen CIAK – In The Kitchen at the Landmark. I was not aware that this place is Hong Kong’s first and only refined trattoria awarded with one Michelin star and it under the culinary direction of three-star Michelin Chef Umberto Bombana, to create the cuisine with authentic “tastes of an Italian home”. 144 more words

Eating Around

Throwback Thursday: The Latymer, Pennyhill Park

Towards the end of 2012, Tim treated us to a night away at Pennyhill Park. Pennyhill Park is a beautiful 5 star hotel and spa in Bagshot, Surrey, about an hour from Central London by train. 531 more words