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"Our cuisine is all about making the best use of seasonal ingredients. Because of this, we always strive to find the best ingredients according to the time of year,” explains Daisuke Hayashi, chef and owner of the first Kaiseki restaurant in London, Roketsu.
London's culinary landscape is constantly evolving, welcoming flavours from around the world. Amidst the diversity, a hidden gem has emerged, offering a culinary experience deeply rooted in tradition and seasonality. Meet Daisuke Hayashi, the visionary chef and owner of Roketsu, London's premier Kaiseki restaurant. Kaiseki, an...
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In a world where only a select few ultra-luxe restaurants and Michelin-starred chefs can claim global acclaim, the Nobu group effortlessly flaunts their resplendent victory, captivating and enchanting the most exclusive corners of the globe. Nobuyuki Matsuhisa's renowned fusion of sumptuous Japanese cuisine with a dash of tropical Peruvian extravagance has left an indelible mark on the culinary world. Perched serenely above the azure waters of the Arabian Gulf, you'll find the largest jewel in the Nobu empire's crown nestled within the cultural haven of Doha. I recently had the privilege of experiencing a Nobu, savouring a creamy spiced rock shrimp tempura paired with a meaty king crab Caesar salad, all while sipping on their iconic lychee martinis. Amid this gastronomic delight, I delved into the creative world of Head Chef Andrew Bozoki, exploring his illustrious journey within the Nobu family and his intriguing woodworking escapades while peering into Doha's sophisticated window.
The picturesque Cotswolds, with its charming villages and rolling hills, is a dream destination for those seeking a relaxing weekend getaway. If you're looking to immerse yourself in the beauty of this region and savour delectable cuisine, a visit to Cirencester should be on your list. Nestled in the heart of the Cotswolds, Cirencester offers a blend of historical allure and modern culinary delights that are sure to make your weekend truly special.
As the leaves start to turn and a gentle chill fills the air, London's culinary scene comes alive with the flavours of autumn. From stunning rooftop views to cosy corners, the city offers an array of dining experiences that cater to every palate. Get ready to embark on a gastronomic journey as we reveal the top restaurants to grace your taste buds this season.
Along the picturesque shores of Colwell Bay, The Hut stands as a beacon of tranquility and culinary excellence. A visit to this coastal hotspot is a voyage into a world where stunning ocean views, delicious food and a buzzing atmosphere create an unforgettable dining experience.
Perhaps the ultimate expression of plant-based diets, edible flowers are the culinary trend that continues to grow. Propelled by the rise in veganism, seasonal eating and local produce, floral garnishes are increasingly found adorning everything from signature cocktails and designer cakes to Michelin-starred meals. It’s not hard to see why: painters and poets have been inspired by the beauty of flowers for centuries, and now professional chefs are capitalising on them too.
Nestled in the enchanting region of Saint-Emilion, where history intertwines with nature's splendour, lies a remarkable vineyard with a rich heritage and a promising future. Welcome to Château Quintus, the fifth child of the esteemed Domaine Clarence Dillon family of wines. This magnificent estate unveils an exceptional terroir, perched majestically on a limestone promontory, offering a breathtaking 360-degree view that captivates the soul.
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