While the Michelin Star hasn’t been awarded in the areas most people visit when they go to Morocco, there are some noteworthy restaurants which may be on their way to earning a Michelin Star in the near future.
We no longer bat an eye when we come across connoisseurs of fine wine, whisky, or cigars, but what about chocolate? More people are becoming aficionados in the world of luxury chocolates.
The pursuit of the perfect cocktail is a never-ending journey. The stakes are always raising, craft cocktails have moved beyond the elite and entered the mainstream, but top-level, cocktails will always be sought after. Our focus is on tequila and we’ve found three amazing and expensive tequila cocktails that you’ll need to experience.
Tequila may be a staple of bachelorette parties and frat houses everywhere, but high quality tequila is masterfully made and deserves to be savored. While there are dozens of master tequila producers in the world, these are our five favorite luxury tequilas. Enjoy in your favorite beverage to celebrate Cinco de Mayo or serve up at your next cocktail party.
The modern world runs on caffeine, and some cities appreciate coffee so much that it becomes part of their community culture. These five international cities have a strong cafe culture that frequently translates to pricey cups of Java.
Not only is Paris the home of the some of the finest restaurants in the world, but it is also the home of the Michelin guide, and where it all began. So, of course, we must recommend our favorite Michelin Star-rated restaurants in La Ville-Lumière (the City of Lights – and love). After all, what says love more than amazing food?
For more than 100 years, we’ve looked to the French company Michelin to guide us to the best restaurants around the world. The Red Guides, as their guidebooks are commonly referred, are published each year to announce the recipients of Michelin’s coveted stars. Take a trip with us around London to visit these Michelin Star-rated restaurants.
As a boy, Masayoshi Takayama worked for his family’s fish market in a town of Tochigi Prefecture, Japan, delivering fresh sashimi to neighbors on his bicycle. The seed of his love for food was planted here, grew throughout his eight-year apprenticeship at Sushiko in Tokyo’s Ginza district, and blossomed in the form of Masa in New York City.
Food is going back to its roots. Many chefs, restaurants and consumers are reevaluating the loving relationship with what we eat.
The term “Michelin Star” is a hallmark of fine dining and restaurants around the world. For the first time this year the Michelin Guide has finally visited our country’s capital city and awarded several restaurants with the prestigious star rating.