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Gargoillou dates back to 1983. It’s the most celebrated and well-known dish of Michel Bras, a French autodidact chef. He and his son run a three Michelin hotel-restaurant in Aubrac, a town in the southern Massif Central of France.
The out of the ordinary Chinese restaurant, David’s in Melbourne, Australia was opened in 1999 by David Zhou. Since then, it has earned the reputation for serving a brand of food which David terms as ‘country Shanghai comfort food’.
Synesthesia comes from the ancient Greek σύν (syn), meaning together, and αίσθησις (aesthesis), meaning sensation and it is a neurological condition where stimulus to one sense can affect one or more of the other senses.
What inspires great chefs to come up with the dishes that they do? Smells, memories, sounds, or even seemingly unconnected events can converge in a dish. The latter is what happened in the case of Mugaritz’s emblematic dish,
There is a huge difference between taste and flavour. We tend to believe that the enjoyment gained by food comes entirely from the mouth through taste, but that’s just a misconception. Our nose and the sense of smell have a big contribution...
I first heard about Tippling Club about a year ago and was immediately intrigued. It’s a place in Singapore created through the creative cooperation of Singaporean Cynthia Cuva, founder of Spa Esprit, UK born chef Ryan Cliff and Adelaide born artist/mixologist Matthew Bax.
Another project in the ongoing regeneration of the Eastern Harbor area of Amsterdam is Mercat, a design by local architects Concrete, for a Spanish restaurant which is the concept of the IQ Creative group of restaurants.
It has been talked about a lot over the last few months. It has recently received its third Michelin star and has been selected by the San Pellegrino awards as Nr 10 Best Restaurant in the World, while Chef Daniel Humm has been named
Tondeluna, a gastrobar located in Logroño, Spain has been renowned not only for its wonderful food and drinks but also for its impeccable design that has been awarded with one of Spain’s top prizes for interior architecture, an FAD award.
On the Via Tortona in Milan, the charming eatery, Home Made Delicate Restaurant, is a refuge from the hustle and bustle of the busy city. Designed by Luca Rossire and Riccardo Salvi of Logic Architecture with valuable input from its proprietor...