The Iron Chef inaugurates his seasonal Matsuhisa Saint-Tropez in 19th-century Château de la Messardière overlooking the Mediterranean.
Noam Gedalof and Etheliya Hananova at Comice in Paris, where the chef-sommelier duo has created a restaurant experience that goes beyond food and wine.
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.
Rob Feenie is one of Canada’s most acclaimed chefs. He trained at two three-Michelin-star restaurants in Alsace—Au Crocodile and Le Buerehiesel—and worked with Daniel Boulud and Jean-Georges Vongerichten. And now? Feenie has joined the Relais & Châteaux family at Bacchus, the Wedgewood Hotel’s award-winning restaurant.
After last month’s Toronto reveal, Vancouver restaurateurs and diners alike have been eagerly anticipating the arrival of the venerable Michelin Guide in the city. Well, the wait is over. Eight Vancouver Restaurants have been awarded stars in the city’s inaugural edition of the Michelin Guide.
Whether in a dining car aboard the Rocky Mountaineer or a Florida restaurant operated by the first Top Chef All-Stars winner, these three chefs draw inspiration from the land, using their surroundings to cultivate viable food sources.
With over a decade’s experience in the art of fine cookery, chef Andrea Alridge has spent her career in search of the best ingredients, translating those finds into simple and honest fare.
Chef Tommy Shorthouse from Fanny Bay Oysters has got creative with this oyster Rockefeller recipe so you can enjoy the seasonal peak of the delicious shellfish.
Her restaurant Chez St-Pierre and her championing of local products have placed her hometown of Le Bic, Quebec on the food lover’s map.