‘Meat Fruit (c.1430)’ is a signature dish of chicken-liver parfait set in mandarin gel, by Heston Blumenthal. Photo by John Scott Blackwell As one of the world’s most recognised chefs, it’s…

The entrance of Pavillon Ledoyen with an installation by Tadashi Kawamata Yannick Alléno is one of France’s top chefs, famous as much for his drive and ambition as he is for his expertise with…

Chef Elena Arzak Award-winning Basque chef Elena Arzak is the latest in a long line of chefs from the same family. Working in the same eponymous restaurant that her great-grandparents began as a…

Salvatore Ferragamo has been an Italian luxury legend ever since its footwear was adopted by Hollywood sirens in the 1920s. Recently, Ferruccio Ferragamo, son of the eponymous founder and currently…

By Darius Sanai Editor in Chief Ozone at the Ritz Carlton in Hong Kong, the highest bar in the world, has a long row of bar stools along its floor to ceiling picture window. You settle on a…

By Darius Sanai Editor in Chief On business in Italy, my route takes me along the coast of the Maremma, the beautiful and curiously unspoiled Tuscan coastlands. Combine the words Tuscany and…

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It’s the combination of history, hospitality and a superb location in the heart of South Kensington that makes Cranley Hotel the ideal home away from home in London. Explore the neighbourhood with…

Robert De Niro and Nobu Matsuhisa It is a quarter of a century since Nobu Matsuhisa first teamed up with Robert De Niro to open a restaurant in LA that would change the way the A-list eats. DARIUS…

Brindisa in London’s Borough Market It may not have the adrenaline rush of free falling from an airplane but for our columnist there is nothing quite as thrilling as making a new culinary…

Test Kitchen - A specially designed on-site ‘test kitchen’ allows for constant experimentation Customisation continues to be the craze that consistently dominates the top of food trends and…

A couple of years after The Arts Club shook up London's already buzzing members' club scene, Hong Kong is getting its own world-class den of artistic cool. Duddell's is a new type of space for the…

Stacey Teo For the conscientious chef, sustainability is more than just a fashionable catch phrase, as our columnist explains, it is both a moral obligation and our best chance for the future.…

  SWEDEN IS CELEBRATING ITS OWN, UNIQUE GASTRONOMIC CULTURE LIKE NEVER BEFORE, AS Caroline Davies DISCOVERS ON A TOUR OF THE CAPITAL Sweden is going back to its own. No longer satisfied…

Grande Cuvée Brut, the product of as many as 1,000 tastings THERE ARE CHAMPAGNES, VINTAGE CHAMPAGNES, PRESTIGE CHAMPAGNES, AND, FOR A NUMBER OF CONNOISSEURS, THEN THERE IS KRUG. OUR COLUMNIST,…

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Berry pie at De Kas, Amsterdam Michelin stars are so twentieth century. Karys Webber rounds up 21 establishments around the world where you can have a meal on the wild side, whatever your…

To mix art and wine is a heady contemporary combination: fine wine and contemporary art are two of the hottest 'investments of passion' in the world right now. One of Italy's greatest wine brands,…

Presentation is an important part of any dining experience, but can the look of the dish really make or break a meal? STACEY TEO We’ve all heard the expression “you eat with your eyes”, but…