For the third year in a row, chef René Redzepi’s Copenhagen restaurant Noma has taken the top spot to be declared the best restaurant in the world.
At the 10th annual World’s 50 Best Restaurants awards in London Monday night, Redzepi cemented his position as the “standard bearer for the New Nordic movement” after his restaurant took home the grandiose title of best in the world.
Cognac maker Rémy Martin has released a limited edition VSOP bottle for the Cannes Film Festival meant to evoke the golden age of cinema.
As the official sponsor of perhaps the most glamorous of film festivals, the French spirit maker has launched a new collector’s series called Gold and Light for the 65th edition of Cannes.
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They are as emblematic of Britain as Big Ben or the black cab, and now a red telephone box can be yours for as little as £1,950 ($3,200).
British Telecom is selling off 60 of the famous telephone cabins as demand for public payphones dwindles because of rising mobile phone use.
Mercedes-Benz‘s luxury performance brand, AMG, has opened a dedicated showroom for the first time.
The AMG brand, sold for over 45 years by Mercedes-Benz dealerships, opened its first ever outpost in Beijing, China, this week, describing the move as ‘breaking new ground’.
One of Australia’s richest men, Clive Palmer, on Monday unveiled plans to build a 21st century version of the doomed Titanic in China, with its first voyage from England to New York set for 2016.
Palmer, a self-made mining billionaire, said he had commissioned state-owned Chinese company CSC Jinling Shipyard to construct Titanic II with the same dimensions as its predecessor.
“It will be every bit as luxurious as the original Titanic but of course it will have state-of-the-art 21st century technology and the latest navigation and safety systems.”