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Modern take on Korean gastronomy – Atomix

Modern take on Korean gastronomy – Atomix

Modern take on Korean gastronomy – Atomix

Modern take on Korean gastronomy, ingredients and culture by a young Korean chef Junghyun Park at Atomix, also behind another great more casual Korean spot Atoboy. Some of the dishes I loved…

26
Sep '19
Mirazur

Mirazur

Mirazur

Some highlights from Mirazur (3 Michelin *), currently number one on world’s 50 best list. Argentinian chef Mauro Colagreco cooks from the best produce the Med and the local terroir has to offer. In a way minimalist, his cooking is highly seasonal and is all about respecting the ingredients. Some…

14
Aug '19
Highlights from D’Berto

Highlights from D’Berto

Highlights from D’Berto

Highlights from D’Berto, one of the places I’ve been wanting to visit for a while, known for exceptional quality seafood caught from the local Galician seas. Borja Beneyto and Carlos Mateos wrote about it extensively in their book “Templos del Producto” along with other produce-focused restaurants in Spain such as…

11
Jul '19
Kimoto, Tokyo

Kimoto, Tokyo

Kimoto, Tokyo

Some highlights from Kimoto in Tokyo that relocated from Kobe in 2018 and is one of top kaiseki restaurants in Japan. Chef Yasuya Kimoto used to train at Sakurada in Kyoto along with Tadayoshi Matsukawa (who runs introduction only Matsukawa, thus similarities in styles..).

21
Jun '19
Cafe Japan

Cafe Japan

Cafe Japan

Top-notch sushi at Cafe Japan in Golders Green, London, which uses the best ingredients for a very good value and has one of the best sake selections in London (as it’s owned by Atariya group). Book the counter seat when Fukushima-san is there.

7
Apr '19
Kawamura

Kawamura

Kawamura

Pictures from introduction only Kawamura steakhouse, which is known for one of the most difficult reservations in Tokyo. It was the season of Alba truffles in October, but we decided to go for the “student” menu, which still cost us around ¥100 000 per head without wine. Full review here.

23
Feb '18
Em Sherif, Beirut

Em Sherif, Beirut

Em Sherif, Beirut

My July trip to Beirut was an eye-opening experience, because just like when I first had Japanese food in Japan, in Beirut I realized that I’d never had Lebanese food this good. Like many Middle Eastern cuisines, best Lebanese is cooked at home and this is the feeling you have…

10
Nov '17
Al Halabi, Beirut

Al Halabi, Beirut

Al Halabi, Beirut

So to continue remembering this summer here is a really great address in Beirut, where I had some of the best Lebanese food of my life. I didn’t find their website, but you can find the details on their Facebook page.

10
Nov '17
La Tour D’Argent

La Tour D’Argent

La Tour D’Argent

Images from my lunch at La Tour D’Argent in Paris this August. Great, classic cooking by Philippe Labbé; with a view, which is to die for! La Tour D’Argent 17 Quai de la Tournelle, 75005 Paris, FranceTel. +33 1 43 54 23 31

6
Nov '17
Auberge du Père Bise Jean Sulpice

Auberge du Père Bise Jean Sulpice

Auberge du Père Bise Jean Sulpice

One of the greatest discoveries this year for me was Auberge du Père Bise. It’s very talented chef Jean Sulpice has just won Gault&Millau’s chef of the year 2018 title. Auberge du Père Bise Jean Sulpice 303 Route du Crêt, 74290 Talloires-Montmin, FranceTel. +33 4 50 60 72 01www.perebise.com/en/

6
Nov '17