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Could This Be The Most Remote Bar In Thailand? Maybe In The World?

Off the grid, with no loss of inventive cocktails
Sep 16, 2013 2:00 pm

The Burma Bar at the Four Seasons Tented Camp on the northern tip of Thailand is impossible to find — and that's the way they like it. There's no possible way not to smile when you walk in. This is what private feels like, and you've never had these cocktails. Read on.

The World's 8 Best Room Service Menus

Check into a room with a chew
Sep 10, 2013 8:00 am

Once upon a time, ordering a meal up to your hotel room signified a certain degree of defeat. You were too tired to go find a hip local spot. Or too inhibited to brave a strange city’s streets. Or too lazy to put on shoes. Now, however, truly transcendent meals can be had in the comfort of a borrowed robe. Here are the best places to order in before you check out.

Kurt Zdesar Headed To Tokyo To Plan His Next Move In London

The UK restaurateur has an intriguing new concept
Apr 19, 2013 9:01 am
Photo: MD111 on Flickr

You might say that Kurt Zdesar knows a thing or two about Asian fine dining. The London restaurateur earned the first Michelin star for an Asian restaurant in the UK for Nobu London, then worked with Alan Yau on the launch of Hakkasan. Zdesar’s next project is called Chotto Matte, slated to open in September in London’s Soho district, and it sounds like another sleek reimagining of Asian cuisine. Here, he tells us about his big Tokyo research trip for the project.

Jean-Georges Wants To Tell You About His 'Little Paradise' Restaurant

On St. Barth's, an emphasis on fresh, local flavors
Apr 4, 2013 3:01 pm

Picture a day spent doing nothing but soaking in some glistening rays, on a pristine sand-filled beach situated miles away from the stresses of everyday life. As if the day could get any better, you are told that there is a restaurant with full views of the ocean’s coral reefs. And if the promise of a breathtaking meal were not enough, the executive chef is none other than Jean-Georges Vongerichten. We recently caught up with the world-famous chef to discuss his St. Barth's restaurant.

Mario Sandoval Is The One To Watch In Madrid

Excitement, history, piggy in the kitchen at Coque
Mar 29, 2013 9:01 am

Humanes is a gritty little industrial town located 30 km south of Madrid. It’s hardly on the tourist route. The guidebooks? Not a chance. But it’s here where chef Mario Sandoval has made a huge name for himself at familial Restaurante Coque. Earlier this year we were able to spend some time with him.

 

London: CRAFT, A Collective Of International All-Star Chefs. Coolest Pop-Up Ever?

Six nights, six superstar chefs, to showcase CRAFT
Mar 5, 2013 2:05 pm

Portuguese chef Nuno Mendes is bringing a collective of world-class chefs to his London restaurant, Viajante. For each night from April 25 to May 1, the Michelin-starred Mendes will host an acclaimed chef from a different part of the globe.

5 Best New Restaurants In Vancouver, BC

This Canadian city is way serious about its food
Feb 11, 2013 10:31 am

Bordered by the Pacific Ocean and Coast Mountain Range, Vancouver is able to supply local chefs with an abundance of pristine and unusual seafood, produce and game. It has also been rumored that its residents dine out more than in any other North American city. Here are five buzzy newcomers that are well worth a visit.

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