Twenty years ago, the name Pourcel was front-row centre on every foodie’s top-chef list. There was not one but two Pourcels, brothers Jacques and Laurent, both chefs and identical twins at that.
A Rome-based firm, created the three-storey restaurant to reflect both the tiled styling of the branches of VyTA in Italy, as well as the kitsch that defined Covent Garden in the ’60s and ’70s.
It’s been a great year for food and drink at NUVO. This highlight reel shows off some of the best of the best when it comes to spirits, fine dining, and desserts.
Step into the brick-and-beam historic building with its sleek, central bar, black industrial-looking exposed pipes, and sky-high windows—and you’d swear you were in London or Paris.
The goal is always to be flawlessly informal.
The Duniway is charming, centrally-located, and thoughtfully redesigned—a warm home for any visit to the City of Roses.
Generous with whole-leaf green herbs, fruits, and vegetables, and easy on the dairy and oil, it’s known for being one of the healthiest cuisines in Asia. Le Garçon Saigon emphasizes this focus on freshness, with a selection of crisp, flavourful and vibrant dishes made to be shared.
“We’re trying to not take ourselves too seriously,” says co-owner Eryn Dorman of Latab’s whimsical air. Yet that’s only as far as the décor is concerned; the food is seriously good.
Peninsula Hotels exemplify an unmatched classical grandeur that embodies elegance, style, and all the finer things. A successful hotel must change over the years, but its unique role and reputation must remain consistent. Such is the case with the Peninsula New York, which celebrated its 25th anniversary this past September.