Category: Restaurants

6 ways to spoil yourself in Cartagena

6 ways to spoil yourself in Cartagena

Cartagena is known as the jewel city of the Caribbean, a showpiece within Colombia and one of South America’s fast emerging destinations. No wonder when you have coral reefs and sandy beaches just a stone throw away from a fortified colonial citadel. The cobblestoned alleys of the walled city recreate a nineteenth Century feel but […]

Interview with Lorne Blythe, Owner of Flavours Holidays

Interview with Lorne Blythe, Owner of Flavours Holidays

Lorne Blythe born in Edinburgh now divides her time between Italy and Edinburgh. She is the owner of Flavours Holidays which organises getaways for people who want a cooking holiday, a painting vacation or a week practising Pilates in Italy. Flavours is a specialised niche market tour operator, and has been offering luxury holidays since […]

Photograph of the week: Breezes at The Samaya, Seminyak, Bali

Photograph of the week: Breezes at The Samaya, Seminyak, Bali

This is the outlook over the resort pool at The Samaya, Seminyak – looking at the beautiful ‘Breeze’ Restaurant. Located directly on stunning Seminyak Beach, the resort is truly magnificent. The Samaya Seminyak and its sister resort The Samaya Ubud are the two top rated luxury resorts in all of Bali. The attention to detail, […]

Recipe of the week: Ravioli all'amatriciana

Recipe of the week: Ravioli all’amatriciana

Whilst Italian cuisine is one of the most popular in the world, doing it well remains to be a rare art form. This authentic Italian recipe may not be the easiest, but this recipe for ravioli all’amatriciana is a must-have for all foodies with a taste for il Bel Paese. Rich with traditional Italian cheeses, sweet from […]

5 of the Azores' undiscovered culinary experiences

5 of the Azores’ undiscovered culinary experiences

As the chilly breeze of Autumn approaches, adventurous food lovers should escape to mouth-wateringly warmer climes in the Azores because the archipelago is plating-up some truly “smoking hot” dishes. So why not hop on a flight (less than four hours direct from the UK) to São Miguel Island, your gateway to experience an abundance of […]

Chef Alfredo Russo's John Dory with sweet garlic sauce, broccoli and crispy Brussels sprouts

Allegrini Wine Dinner at Rossini’s, Sheraton Grande Sukhumvit, Bangkok

Rossini’s, the Sheraton Grande Sukhumvit’s Italian restaurant, is based on the concept of a Tuscan villa and certainly offers all the charm, comfort and warmth you could want from one. But it also offers monthly wine dinners where some of the world’s greatest chefs create menus to complement a selection of equally great wines. Dave […]

3 of Thailand's best kept secrets

3 of Thailand’s best kept secrets

With Bangkok expected to be the world’s most visited city in 2013, you might think that Thailand would be the last place in the world where one would expect to find a remote, pristine island. But the little-known paradise of Koh Yao Noi located near Phuket in the Andaman Sea remains as unspoiled as they […]

6 fascinating hotels on the Italian Riviera

6 fascinating hotels on the Italian Riviera

Splashed with colors, inviting sparkling blue waters and a coastline with powdery sand beaches and rocky cliffs – the image we paint in our minds is known to everyone as the Italian Riviera, the stretch of coast between France and Tuscany. In Summer, the people crowd to this Ligurian coast for its beautiful scenery and […]

Sip, savour and shop at Sheraton Bali Kuta Resort's Sunday Market Brunch

Sip, savour and shop at Sheraton Bali Kuta Resort’s Sunday Market Brunch

Sunday Brunch is getting a fresh makeover at Sheraton Bali Kuta Resort with the introduction of Market Brunch at Feast, transforming the traditional brunch with an open-air market of delicious fare, handmade crafts and services from local farmers, artisans and vendors. Located alongside Kuta’s famed Beachwalk, Market Brunch at Feast is the ideal occasion for […]

3 new luxury hotels in Italy

3 new luxury hotels in Italy

Have you considered Italy for your next luxury trip away? The country saw a flurry of luxury hotel openings last Summer, with three new five star hotels opening in quick succession – one on the Adriatic Riviera, another on the island of Capri and a third on Lake Vico, Lazio. Here’s a quick summary of […]

The first 7 star luxury hotel in Venice

The first 7 star luxury hotel in Venice

Billing itself as a 7 star luxury hotel, the Aman Canal Grande opened in Venice last May. Found within Palazzo Papadopoli on the Grand Canal, it has frescoed rooms by Tiepolo, a library room lined with original leather wallpaper, private gardens, a cosy spa and a dining room serving Italian and Asian dishes. Double rooms […]

Barossa Valley - a wine and food capital where it's all about the dirt!

Barossa Valley – a wine and food capital where it’s all about the dirt!

The Barossa Valley is renowned as one of Australia’s most prestigious wine and food destinations. It is also a virtual commune of passionate connoisseurs, devoted to their food and wine, all bound by the all important dirt. The Barossa Valley exudes history, culture and a sense of free spiritedness, in a totally distinctive environment. The […]

Cycling in Hampshire - watering and feeding stops

Cycling in Hampshire – watering and feeding stops

We’re lucky in that we live in spitting distance of the New Forest – which is superb for either road or off road cycling.  It is easy to get to as well – either on the train, the Hythe ferry, or by hitching the bikes up to the tow-bar and driving to one of a […]

Windsor Arms: Toronto's full-service luxury boutique hotel

Windsor Arms: Toronto’s full-service luxury boutique hotel

Imagine the benefits of a luxury boutique hotel – intimate size, gorgeous design, and impeccable service – with the amenities of a larger, name-brand hotel.  From an afternoon tea service that would impress the most fastidious Brit, to a salt water pool and spa/wellness center perfect for relaxing after a long day of shopping and […]

No kids allowed - holidaying in Europe after the school holidays

No kids allowed – holidaying in Europe after the school holidays

We come to the end of yet another peak holiday season and, as school term-time starts again, it’s finally time for the adults to plan their own great escape. But, with so many options to choose from, where should you go? Follow our top tips for some utterly blissful holiday escapes – without the children. […]

6 spectacular places to stay in Scotland

6 spectacular places to stay in Scotland

Scotland’s immense beauty is reason alone to visit, never mind extras like whisky trails, world-class golfing, the fairy pools of Skye, or actual castles in the sky.  Luxury accommodations are as varied as the country’s landscape, with properties to match your preference whether you lean toward urban hotels, rural hunting lodges, tiny inns, or private […]

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