Morah – Dubai

I’ll admit it – I’d been holding off revisiting Morah. After previously attending a pop-up dinner there featuring an imported chef from a two-star restaurant that didn’t go well on all counts, I was once bitten, twice shy. With guests in town however, I seized the opportunity to showcase the stunning views of Dubai that Morah affords from its 71st floor location in the JW Marriott… Read More

+ Bagatelle dubai review

Bagatelle – Dubai

I’d like to say I’ve heard a lot about Bagatelle since it opened at the Fairmont, but it would be more accurate to say I’d seen a lot about Bagatelle. Which led me to the issue of not knowing how to pronounce it’s name – is it Bagatell? Or Bagatelly? Thankfully I was able to make my reservation over email which avoided all need to… Read More

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Azurmendi – Larrabetzu, Spain

It’s with careful trepidation that I open the wax-sealed menu I’ve preserved from our Azurmendi experience. Being my favourite meal of 2016, I’m careful not to damage a single momento from the occasion. (I still have the little hessian pouch of Azurmendi pea seeds safely sitting in my kitchen – sadly Dubai’s not really the best place for cultivating plants.) I’m lucky enough to eat… Read More

+ 101 One and Only The Palm Restaurant Review

101, One and Only The Palm – Dubai

Dubai is a city famous for its beaches, crystal clear water and sprawling skyscraper skylines. Sadly, I can’t think of too many venues that offer views encompassing all three of these elements while offering a decent dining experience. The beachscape is lined with mediocre establishments, all too happy to charge over inflated tourist prices for disappointing dishes. Thankfully, I now have somewhere to recommend… Read More

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Sühring – Bangkok, Thailand

Sühring. Not what you’d expect a restaurant located in bustling Bangkok to be called – but this isn’t your average Thai restaurant. It’s an unexpected taste of Germany in BKK, and possibly the first German tasting menu I’ve come across in my world travels. Sühring is part of the new wave of Bangkok restaurants championing foreign cuisines, and it should be on your list when… Read More

+ Play Brunch Dubai Review Reif Othman

‘Play by Day’ Brunch – Dubai

  It’s not often you find a brunch in Dubai that truly dishes up top level food – so when TimeOut Restaurant of the Year, Play, announced it was now offering a brunch, I was more than intrigued. Set on the 36th floor of The H Hotel, Play is certainly a beautiful restaurant. It’s sexy, majestic, expansive…and frankly, has the best ceiling in all… Read More

+ St. Regis Maldives Vommuli Resort Review

St Regis Maldives Vommuli Resort – The Maldives

The Maldives. It’s a destination that doesn’t need much introduction, an island paradise that holiday dreams are made of. Turquoise seas, white sand…the playground of the rich and famous and happy honeymooners. The St. Regis is the newest arrival in what may be the world’s most luxurious island playground. When nature offers up such a splendid canvas, it’s no mean feat for a resort to… Read More

Clooney – Auckland, New Zealand

Clooney. A name that for many Aucklanders likely conjures up images of a long-standing, industrial-glam, fine dining restaurant on Sale Street. For those residing outside of Auckland however, the only Clooney they’re likely to be familiar with is better known for assisting patients in the emergency department and orchestrating casino heists. Somehow I think Jacob Kear’s arrival at Clooney is going to go a… Read More

+ The Grove Auckland Review

The Grove – Auckland, New Zealand

The Grove is every bit a legend on the Auckland scene. Not only has it consistently been at the pointy end of every list in town for as many years as I can remember, but it’s also been New Zealand’s Noma or El Bulli of sorts – in that it’s been the training ground that has spawned many of New Zealand’s most renown chefs…. Read More

+ Fine Dining Myths Debunked by Zoe Bowker

Fine Dining Myths Debunked

The term ‘fine dining’ has come under a lot of fire lately. Everyone seems to be scrambling to define their restaurant as anything but. Why are restaurants now scared of being labelled ‘fine dining’? Is it because the general population are intimidated by the old school notion of fine dining, without realising what it really means today? In my eyes, it’s a term to… Read More

+ Gaggan Emoji Menu 2017

Gaggan – The Emoji Menu Feb ’17

  Gaggan. He’s a superstar of the culinary world…a bit like Madonna and Britney, the first name is all you need. It’s my second time to Gaggan’s eponymous restaurant (read here for the first), and after hearing that his new menu consists of 25 emojis, it’s safe to say I’m pretty excited – not just because I’m fond of peppering my communications with said… Read More

+ Depot Auckland Review

Depot Eatery and Oyster Bar – Auckland, New Zealand

At over five years of age, Depot is somewhat of a stalwart on the Auckland dining scene. From the stable of NZ celeb chef Al Brown and until recently helmed by Kyle Street (who has gone on to open Culprit on Wyndham St, at the site of the former Black Hoof), it’s casual and cosy, serving up Kiwi inspired seasonal fare. You’ll usually struggle… Read More

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Bateaux – Dubai

Ahh, Christmas in Dubai. That lovely time of year where family and friends from around the world come to visit our fair shores. I don’t know about you, but when visitors are in town we find ourselves doing activities on the more touristy-side to showcase the wonderful city we live in. On this visit I decided it would be a good excuse to check out… Read More

+ Nobu Matsuhisa and Zoe Bowker

Chef Nobu Matsuhisa Interview

The Nobu brand is a globally recognisable name, conjuring up images of sophisticated sushi and celebrity endorsements – starting with it’s co-owner, Robert de Niro. Behind all the glitz and glamour, the restaurants, the hotels and sake lines, lies a fascinating story of triumph over adversity. I’m almost surprised they haven’t made a movie of Chef Nobu’s life yet, but then this blockbuster script is still… Read More

+ Dinner in the Sky UAE review

Dinner in the Sky – Dubai

If you’re a foodie, you’ve probably heard of Dinner in the Sky. With over 3000 meal flights conducted, it’s had it’s fair share of press around the globe. I’ve long admired the pictures of this amazing experience conducted worldwide, hoping one day I would get to try it. With the sky-high table winging it’s way back to Dubai, I finally got my chance to tick… Read More

+ The Artisan by Enoteca Pinchiorri Dubai Restaurant Review

The Artisan – Burj Daman, DIFC, Dubai

Ahh, The Artisan. After a long time pining over a visit to this restaurant, a gap finally came up in my schedule and I was more than excited to be taking hubs to a restaurant I just had a feeling would deliver the goods. The real deal. Italian like it should be. Let’s just say (spoiler alert, please don’t stop here – but if you’re hella… Read More

+ Cibo Auckland New Zealand Restaurant Review

Lunch at Cibo – Parnell, Auckland

There’s just something about Cibo. It’s not easy to find, tucked away on a back street in the city fringe. Sure, it sits hidden amongst high-end furniture stores (mostly patronised by Interior Designers on the Eastern Suburbs dime), a fab French market (La Cigale), a fab wine shop (Caro’s) and offices, but you wouldn’t know it’s there unless you know it’s there. Despite its lack… Read More

+ Mini Bar Lisbon Review

Mini Bar by Jose Avillez – Lisbon, Portugal

If you love Tickets in Barcelona or are just a fan of fun food, then Mini Bar has to go on your must-visit list when in Lisbon. Part of Jose Avillez’s impressive stable of Lisbon restaurants (which includes top 100 restaurant Belcanto), this for me is the type of experience that puts the life back into fine dining. It’s crazy, sexy and full of… Read More

+ La Mome Dubai Restaurant Review Menu

La Mome – Nassima Royal, Dubai

Traditional and homely…not something you’d usually associate with Dubai restaurants, but that’s the vibe recent arrival La Môme is going for. Arriving to La Môme, I’m excited to see whether I’ll feel transported to Paris by Dubai’s latest French concept. Red roses, velvet booths and beautiful views from the 49th floor tick a lot of boxes in the cosy and romantic categories, but it… Read More

+ Carnival by Tresind DIFC Dubai Restaurant Review

Carnival by Tresind – Burj Daman, DIFC Dubai

  As if Chef Himanshu Saini didn’t have enough on his plate with his award winning Modern Indian restaurant on SZR, Tresind, he’s decided to add another crazily creative Indian inspired venue to his stable, and Dubai’s dining scene is all the richer for it. Accompanying a space on the 1st floor of the Burj Daman in DIFC just down from the fabulous The Artisan,… Read More

+ Stay by Yannick Alleno One and Only the Palm Dubai

STAY by Yannick Alleno – One & Only The Palm, Dubai

Ok so I may or may not have had an obsession with the One & Only brand since I was a teenager…so when the opportunity came to check out their fine dining restaurant, STAY, while the executive chef was in town, there was no way I was saying no. The chef in question is none other than Yannick Alleno, a culinary mastermind who’s work… Read More

+ Eleven Madison Park World's 50 Best 3 Michelin Star Restaurant Review New York

Eleven Madison Park *** – New York City, New York

Situated parkside at 11 Madison Avenue, the much lauded venue with the self explanatory name is nothing if not a New York institution. The pride and joy of Daniel Humm’s ‘Make It Nice’ group, Eleven Madison Park (or EMP for short) is the three-star older brother to one-starred little sister The NoMad, but stars aside – both are must visits when in NYC. As if… Read More

+ Gordon Ramsay's La Bordeaux in Bordeaux, France

La Bordeaux by Gordon Ramsay – Bordeaux, France

Having not realised that many Bordeaux establishments are closed on Sunday, we were lucky enough that the team at Gordon Ramsay’s La Bordeaux could squeeze us in for dinner at the last minute. Not to be confused with Gordon’s flagship Bordeaux establishment, Le Pressoir d’Argent, this is the more casual side of his operation at the Intercontinental Bordeaux (though still in pretty swanky surrounds if… Read More

+ Asia Asia Pier 7 Dubai Brunch

Asia Asia Spice Route Brunch – Pier 7, Dubai Marina

Having only popped into Asia Asia for a quick drink previously (but having heard wonderful things about their food), I was excited to see what their Friday ‘Spice Route’ brunch was all about. Pier 7 in the Marina is a great spot with a fab view and given that I had guests in town, it was the ideal choice (traffic however is a giant… Read More

+ Cassia by Sid Sahrawat - Metro Magazine's Best Restaurant in New Zealand 2016 - Review

Cassia – Auckland, New Zealand

You only need one reason to book a table at Cassia, and that reason is Sid Sahrawat. Cuisine NZ’s Chef of the Year 2016 and the man behind one of New Zealand’s most lauded restaurants (and a personal favourite of mine), SIDART, is lending his magic touch to Indian cuisine and the results are even better than I expected. Actually, of course I should have… Read More

+ Saan Ponsonby Review Metro Top 50 Auckland

Saan – Auckland, New Zealand

I love Thai food, whether it’s dining out or whipping up something at home. Hearing the rave reviews about new Ponsonby establishment Saan, I knew I had to taste what all fuss was about. Coming from the Cafe Hanoi and XuXu Dumpling bar stable, I’ve got high hopes. Being a Metro Top 50 restaurant, I was more than surprised to see a rather empty… Read More

+ Ebisu Britomart Auckland Metro Top 50 Restaurant Review

Ebisu – Auckland, New Zealand

Despite being a stalwart on the Metro Top 50 scene since it’s opening, the Ebisu menu had never been able to lure me to it’s waterfront location, even though I’ve dined all around it over the years. This time however, some delicious sounding dishes and multiple mentions of truffle oil managed to get me over the line. I tried to book on the fly, as… Read More

+ Fu He Hui Shanghai Review Menu

Fu He Hui * – Shanghai, China

Part of the acclaimed Fu group and a rising star on on Asia’s 50 Best list, Fu He Hui (‘Fortune and Intelligence’) was to me an enigma shrouded in mystery. Coming in at no. 18 on the list in 2016, the vegetarian Shanghainese restaurant of the Fu group keeps the secrets of it’s success close to it’s chest. No website, no online menu…let’s just say… Read More

+ Sud777 Mexico City Review

Sud777 – Mexico City, Mexico

Housed in a sprawling venue that marries 60’s log cabin chic with hipster design afficionado, Sud777 is immediately impressive from the moment you arrive. Though, I have to admit I did briefly think I was lost when I entered through what looks like a Japanese sake bar…I think this is actually Kokeshi by Sud, and probably warrants a visit of it’s own. Confusion aside, head… Read More

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Biko – Mexico City, Mexico

As my Uber nears the end of the long trek through the Mexico City traffic en route to Biko, my view slowly starts to change from bustling city scenes to polished, posh Polanco streets – and I get a hunch that my lunch date is going to be a relaxing respite from the madness of downtown Mexico City. My suspicions are confirmed when the lift doors open to reveal Biko’s… Read More

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Nerua * – Guggenheim, Bilbao

A must visit not just because of it’s world famous museum, Bilbao is fast developing a foodie reputation to rival it’s big brother in the culinary stakes, San Sebastian. Just an hour or so away from the famed Basque cuisine capital, Nerua is one of the establishments leading the way in Bilbao’s fine food scene. Housed inside the Guggenheim, Nerua clearly gets a big… Read More

+ Armani Deli Dubai Review

Armani/Deli – Armani Hotel, Dubai

Housed in the world’s tallest building, the Armani Hotel and it’s chic dining establishments are the epitome of Dubai indulgence. Armani/Deli is the first of the four dining concepts I’ve experienced – the more casual, traditional Italian offering and the only one of the restaurants open for lunch. Sure, it goes without saying that I love Italian fare – but there’s something else that brings me back… Read More

+ Katana Downtown Dubai Review

Katana – The Address, Dubai

Currently on a mission to discover the best spots to take guests when in Dubai, and of course always being on a mission to discover the best food in Dubai, I was intrigued when offered the opportunity to check out Katana. Residing underneath the still-under-repair let’s-not-talk-about-that-NYE Address Downtown Dubai, location-wise it looked like it had the potential to tick both boxes if the food… Read More

+ Review of Gaggan Bangkok Asia's 50 Best Restaurants

Gaggan – Bangkok, Thailand

Why are the good ones so hard to write about? That’s what I find myself asking as I finally put fingers to keyboard to finish my review of Gaggan, one of the restaurants I visited while in Bangkok after #50BestTalksAsia. Is it because it’s so hard to find words that do the food justice? I think that’s a big part of it. I’m also realising… Read More

+ The Rib Room Review Jumeirah Emirates Towers DIFC Dubai

The Rib Room – Emirates Towers, Dubai

Coming from a steak saturated country, the home of beef and lamb (New Zealand, in case you were wondering), I’ll admit I’ve skirted around Dubai’s top steakhouses in my 18 months of living in the desert. I know a great steak, I can cook a great steak, so it’s often neglected in my dining calendar – but the good things I’d heard about The Rib Room were… Read More

Namaaz Dining – Jakarta, Indonesia

I’ve pondered long and hard how to start this review off. How to convey to you how much I loved this dining experience. How to explain in words how special this restaurant is, how special this chef is. How to make you want to travel to Jakarta (not exactly the world’s most hospitable city just FYI) just to taste the molecular Indonesian cuisine I’m… Read More

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Vanitas – Palazzo Versace, Dubai

When a name like Versace arrives in town, people sit up and take notice – especially in the luxury-loving locale that is Dubai. A palatial property designed under the guidance of one of Italy’s finest design houses, Palazzo Versace’s dining establishments have rather large shoes (or should that be stilettos?) to fill. Enigma seems to be growing into it’s role as Dubai’s premium fine… Read More

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Estela – New York

As I was planning my NYC trip for The World’s 50 Best Awards, I reached out to all of my local (and worldly) food expert friends for their essential reservation recommendations. One name came up time and time again: Estela. The coming together of Uruguayan Chef Ignacio Mattos (a chef boasting a very respectable CV including a stint at Alice Waters’ Chez Panisse) and restaurateur Thomas Carter, the former… Read More

+ Gramercy Tavern New York Review

Gramercy Tavern * – New York

Alright, just a quickie here. Danny Meyer’s Michelin Starred Gramercy Tavern seems to be firmly rooted in the hearts of New Yorkers, and seeing as I was walking past en route to Estela, thought it my duty to pop in and see if the hype was on point here. The basics – there are two areas to Gramercy Tavern. The Dining Room offers tasting… Read More

+ Momofuku Ssam Bar New York Review

Momofuku Ssäm Bar – New York

Flicking through the online offerings from the Momofuku stable, something about Momofuku Ssäm Bar’s menu stood out to me. I particularly liked the look of their brunch menu – baos, pork belly, duck…I’m sure you get the picture. What better way to start a sunny Saturday in NYC than indulge in some David Chang mastery? Kicking things off in true heart-stopping style with some chicharron (yeah,… Read More

+ The NoMad New York Review

The NoMad – New York

Taking it’s name from it’s location North of Madison Ave, New York’s The NoMad sits just a short stroll from it’s big brother, EMP. That’s Eleven Madison Park to be precise, a true NYC establishment and holder of the no. 3 spot on the 2016 World’s 50 Best Restaurants list. Being a stablemate of EMP comes with some hefty expectations – but the number… Read More

+ Tickets Barcelona Restaurant Review

Tickets * – Barcelona, Spain

Are you one of the many foodies left devastated that they never made it to the ground breaking home of molecular cuisine, El Bulli? May I present to you the next best thing (in my books) – Tickets in Barcelona! Ok, so it’s not quite the legendary establishment itself – but nevertheless, being that it’s from the brothers Adria themselves, (well, Albert anyway) it… Read More

+ Noma Rene Redzepi

Noma ** – Copenhagen, Denmark

Let’s be honest – visiting Noma is somewhat of a rite of passage for hardcore foodies. Having topped The World’s 50 Best Restaurants list four times, it’s a name synonymous with innovative, modern cuisine that showcases the essence and ethos of the Nordic wave of chefs leaving their mark on gastronomy as we know it today. On this occasion I’m making the pilgrimage to the… Read More

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Nougatine at Jean-Georges – New York

After starting a busy pre-World’s 50 Best day with brunch at the James Beard foundation, I was determined to squeeze some Jean-Georges magic into the NYC itinerary. Sadly by the time we arrived, the three star Jean-Georges kitchen was closed, but we were still able to dine at the adjoining Nougatine at Jean-Georges, a slightly more casual option at Trump Tower, 1 Central Park. It’s ideal… Read More

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Buddha Bar – Grosvenor House, Dubai

If you’re a traveller like me, you’ve probably come across the famous ‘Buddha Bar’ name somewhere, somehow. Perhaps you’ve visited one, or many, but after my visit to the Dubai outpost I can say it’s one you shouldn’t miss. Just want a quick rundown? Check out the short review here… From the moment you step through the red velvet rope, a night at Buddha… Read More

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ABaC ** – Barcelona, Spain

Arriving at the much heralded ABaC (FYI that’s pronounced ah-bach, not A-B-a-C), you can’t help but feel a twinge of excitement when confronted with the imposing front entrance emblazoned with it’s name. Want just a taste of ABaC’s tasting menu experience? Read the short summary here… The boutique hotel and it’s eponymous two-star restaurant, helmed by the renown Jordi Cruz, feels serene and mysterious,… Read More

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Rhodes W1 – Grosvenor House, Dubai

Ahh Grosvenor house….full of so many of my favourite eateries, yet so hard to pronounce. My love for GH brought me here to test out a dining venue that was new to me yet not new to Dubai….Rhodes W1. Short on time? Read a summary review here… One of Gary Rhodes’ eponymous restaurants, this is a Dubai establishment that has celeb chef cred attached… Read More

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Babbo * – New York

On an extremely (and suddenly) wet and blustery New York day, stepping into Babbo was perhaps the most heavenly respite a hungry foodie could ask for. View the conciso version of my review here  Having had my newly purchased $5 umbrella turn itself inside out mere minutes after purchase enroute, I learned that walking isn’t always the best option for your wellbeing (and that you… Read More

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Weslodge – JW Marriott Marquis, Dubai

Look out Dubai diners, theres a new expat arrival in town – they hail from Canadia*, eh, and they’re here to rock the sky-high dining scene. I headed along to see exactly what Weslodge was all aboot. Want it short ‘n’ sweet? Read the compact version of my review here First of all, this location isn’t your run of the mill Dubai spot – it’s on… Read More

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Radio – Copenhagen, Denmark

When we asked around for must-visit dining destinations in Copenhagen, Radio was a name that popped up time and again – so needless to say we simply had to pop in to see what all the fuss was about. Given that the schedule was already pretty jammed full of fine dining, we lined up Radio as part two (well technically three) of our ‘bang-bang’ Saturday… Read More

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Relae * – Copenhagen, Denmark

Decked out in modern Scandinavian décor, certified organic and winner of the World’s 50 Best Sustainability Award for 2015 (and coming in at no. 45), it seems Michelin starred Relae couldn’t be more Copenhagen. A tiny eatery of under 40 covers, our cozy corner table seemed to be the perfect place to while away a warm and sunny Scandic Saturday. It seems this is… Read More

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Hoja Santa * – El Raval, Barcelona

Hitting our must-visit list due to a) the magic touch of Albert Adria, b) it’s Michelin star, we booked in to Hoja Santa for a late night gastronomic Mexican feast. (I mean really late by our standards – 10:30pm! These Spanish are crazy!) Knowing this is elevated Mexican cuisine, we are prepared that we are probably in for some unusual dishes and flavours, albeit… Read More

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Enigma – Journey of a Nordic Chef – Palazzo Versace, Dubai

Having experienced the first incantation of Enigma, the seasonally changing fine dining concept at Palazzo Versace that welcomes a new chef’s vision each three months or so, I was eagerly counting down the days to experience the next chapter. Chef Bjorn Frantzen, of the eponymous Stockholm restaurant currently voted no. 31 on the World’s Best Restaurants list, has been chosen as Dubai’s new gourmet golden boy…. Read More

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Gaucho – DIFC, Dubai

From the moment you arrive at the all-black valet entrance to this DIFC institution, first impressions suggest you’re in for a classier-than-average experience. An extremely classy one in fact. Given that Gaucho’s popularity extends to 15 locations in the UK plus three international outposts – Dubai, Hong Kong and Buenos Aries, there’s got to be something very special about the Argentinian cuisine they’re serving… Read More

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Tresind – Nassima Royal, Dubai

Tresind – the restaurant voted Dubai’s best by Zomato users, yet it somehow still feels like Dubai’s best kept secret. Quite the contradiction, and that’s exactly what Tresind is about. Contradiction, confusion and a great sense of fun resonates through their offering. From crazy cocktails to chaat art, Tresind is doing a good job of stepping outside the Dubai norm and offering diners something… Read More

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The French Cafe – Auckland, New Zealand

One of Auckland’s most iconic restaurants, The French Cafe has been stamping it’s mark on the Auckland fine dining for over ten years. Hidden away in a corner of the Auckland outer CBD where one would not expect to find such a high end establishment, the blacked out windows give little indication of what lies inside. Winner of Best Fine Dining, Best Chef and… Read More

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Costes Downtown * – Budapest, Hungary

Is this where I make a hungry/Hungary joke? No? Ok fine. However I was getting a little bit hangry for a fine dining experience in Budapest – enter Costes Downtown to the rescue. The new on the scene, little sibling of Costes, a Michelin starred Budapest institute, intrigued me. As the original Costes is overflowing, the proprietors have thankfully opened Costes Downtown. Situated in… Read More

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Nahm – Bangkok, Thailand

If you’re a foodie, you’ve probably heard of Nahm. Appearing on the World’s 50 Best restaurants as well as the Asia’s 50 Best, it was a must do for us on our trip to Bangkok. Sadly our booking didn’t seem to make it through the reservation system on the Como website, so we chanced our luck at getting a last minute on the night… Read More

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Sra Bua by Kiin Kiin – Bangkok, Thailand

It was a bit of a toss up as to whether we were going to make Sra Bua a stop on our crowded Bangkok dining itinerary. Having made the Asia’s 50 Best list in 2014 but not appearing since, we took a leap of faith and booked in dinner as I’d read their specialty is molecular Thai – something I’d never seen done anywhere… Read More

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Bo.Lan – Bangkok, Thailand

Bo.Lan – interesting name you might think, but it hails from a combination of the nicknames of the owners – it is the restaurant home of television chefs Duangporn ‘Bo’ Songvisava and Dylan ‘Lan’ Jones, an Aussie/Thai power team. I’ll admit it, we booked Bo.Lan as it was ranked No. 37 on Asia’s 50 Best Restaurants 2015. According to their Asia’s 50 Best dossier, the… Read More

+ 8 1/2 Otto e Mezzo Bombana Shanghai

8 1/2 Otto e Mezzo Bombana – Shanghai, China

The sister restaurant of the three Michelin starred Hong Kong venue of the same name, Otto e Mezzo kept popping up on my Shanghai to do list. As I’d skipped the HK version on my last visit, I was eager to take the opportunity to try the Shanghai incarnation – so I snuck in a visit enroute to my flight home to Dubai. This meant… Read More

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Enigma – Palazzo Versace, Dubai

Enigma – a new seasonal restaurant concept at Palazzo Versace that will change chefs and menu every three months. The current chef is Quique Dacosta of the three Michelin starred restaurant of the same name in Denia, Spain. We got wind of this impending arrival late last year and had been thinking about booking since – the hope of legitimate innovative Michelin star style… Read More