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Marseille is crazy for pizza

Marseille is crazy for pizza

Marseille is crazy for pizza

One of the most important ports in the Mediterranean, Marseille is a bustling melting pot of people and cultures. Despite its proximity to the famous Côte d’Azur spots and its stunning nature, even among the French, it hasn’t been really known as a holiday destination. It’s a city with its…

30
Nov '20
SUNDAYS OMAKASE at Yashin Ocean House

SUNDAYS OMAKASE at Yashin Ocean House

SUNDAYS OMAKASE at Yashin Ocean House

SUNDAYS OMAKASE by Shinya Yashin at Yashin Ocean House. Serves only on Sundays, for 6 people max only.

12
Oct '20
Lunch at A WONG

Lunch at A WONG

Lunch at A WONG

Lunch at A WONG – with Andrew Wong always present at the kitchen, still on the top of the game.

16
Sep '20
Highlight dishes at Mãos

Highlight dishes at Mãos

Highlight dishes at Mãos

Mãos, only 9 seats Michelin starred restaurant by a young Italian- Singaporean chef Edoardo Pellicano. The intimate space is located inBlue Mountain Schooland reminds of a private house with two open kitchens. Edoardo and his team cook from the best British ingredients with Asian and Scandinavian influences. Drinks pairing (natural…

16
Sep '20
Story of Wiltons

Story of Wiltons

Story of Wiltons

Here is the story. British merchant banker and chairman of Hambros Bank, Captain Ronald Olaf Hambro would lunch every weekday in the same restaurant on Jermyn St. in London during the second world war. A time of scarcity and rationing. One day, whilst he was dining, the lady proprietaire who…

15
Sep '20
Chez Michel

Chez Michel

Chez Michel

Marseillaise institution since 1946, Chez Michel specializes in bouillabaisse, once poor fishermen stew made of rockfish, they were not able to sell. Owned and run by now the 3rd generation of Visciano family, Chez Michel is proud to serve this elaborate dish in its own way, exactly how the founder…

25
Aug '20
La Merenda, Nice

La Merenda, Nice

La Merenda, Nice

One of my favourite restaurants in South of France, La Merenda is a tiny, 20 seat restaurant in the old town of Nice. Before taking it over 25 years ago, its chef-owner Dominique Le Stanc used to run Michelin starred kitchens in Nice and Monaco. He now cooks traditional Provençal…

15
Jul '20
Casa Jondal, Ibiza

Casa Jondal, Ibiza

Casa Jondal, Ibiza

First day of the opening of CASA JONDAL, the new restaurant by one of my favourite chefs in Spain Rafa Zafra known for the exquisite seafood and its minimal preparation. The beach-restaurant is located on the picturesque Cala Jondal and is open daily for lunch.

1
Jul '20
La Maison Troisgros: the birthplace of nouvelle cuisine

La Maison Troisgros: the birthplace of nouvelle cuisine

La Maison Troisgros: the birthplace of nouvelle cuisine

In an unassuming part of an unremarkable French town, gastronomic history was made by two brothers and a simple dish of salmon With one notable exception, Roanne train station is exactly as I remember it from my first visit 17 years ago. It’s still eerily quiet, save for the odd…

14
Jun '20
Spring on the plate

Spring on the plate

Spring on the plate

Some of my favourite, mainly Provençal dishes and tarts, prepared by Richard, the head chef of 104 restaurant in Notting Hill (who used to work at Anne Sophie Pic 3* in Valence), and who does take away now.

15
Apr '20