This summer, Michelin-starred chef Hélène Darroze planted her flag in Marrakech to oversee two French restaurants at Royal Mansour Marrakech.
This summer, the renowned New York restaurant and bar made its west coast debut, becoming one of the hottest reservations in town.
With farmers and fishermen producing a bounty of fresh local ingredients from land and sea, Prince Edward Island has been dubbed Canada’s Food Island. It’s no wonder celebrated chef and cookbook writer Michael Smith planted his roots on the island several years back.
Chef Chris Lam shows that lamb and peas go together like peanut butter and jelly.
Dom Pérignon’s recent Révélations experience bridges cultures by uncorking new vintages over fine dining and conversation.
Whatever is on the menu when you stop by, Five Sails remains a great spot for impeccable eats and some of the best views in the city. As for Robbie Robinson, he’s proved himself capable of upholding the reputation and legacy of Five Sails for years to come.
While we’re still a few months out from white asparagus season, there’s no reason you can’t enjoy the springtime delicacy now. Thanks to this recipe from Italian Kitchen’s chef Matteo Fontana, a cheeky white asparagus and shrimp bruschetta that’s easy to prepare at home, spring’s bounty comes early this year. This super simple appetizer is best enjoyed when you’re trying to forget about the snow outside.
Le Clan is the culmination of chef Stéphane Modat’s locavore principles, creating a place where a new story could be written: what eating in Quebec is, fully and completely.
Imagine indulging in fine cuisine on Winnipeg’s frozen rivers. At RAW:almond, a winter-inspired pop-up restaurant event, you literally dine on ice. Chefs from Canada and the U.S. come together to create unique dishes over three weeks in winter.