The Michelin Guide will kick off an updated series of star-showered editions from September 21, with its first guide to the finest dining options in Shanghai.
California leads OpenTable’s list of the 100 Best Restaurants for Foodies in America, dominating the leaderboard with 17 addresses.
Maria Fernanda Di Giacobbe thinks the notion of solving a food crisis with a luxury item makes sense given Venezuela’s long history of cacao production.
Apparently, dirty surfaces – including dust – is the biggest single issue deterring diners from returning to any given restaurant.
As morbid as it may seem, having a discussion about the undead is a favored conversation topic at the dinner table.
Kamilla Seidler of Gustu fame has been named Latin America’s Best Female Chef by Latin America’s 50 Best Restaurants.
Plans to move Tokyo’s Tsukiji fish market – the world’s largest – were put on ice over fears about toxic contamination at the new facility.
More than 700 Italian restaurants have added spaghetti all’amatriciana to their menus in solidarity with the victims of an earthquake.
For the fourth year, L’Enclume, a farm-to-table restaurant set in the bucolic English countryside, has been named the best dining destination in the UK.
It may not be a gem that can be enjoyed over the decades but the largest black truffle is certainly just as impressive a find.
Another award wining chef is embracing the vegetable kingdom with his new restaurant.
Moving beyond the initial success of “bubble tea”, new wave of entrepreneurs hopes a high-end modern take on traditional brews will also be sipped worldwide.
Globalization has triggered a culinary battle between industrial producers and traditional producers of Camembert cheese.
A Brazilian chef won the World Sushi Cup Friday, bursting into tears of joy after his knife skills and artful preparation wowed Japanese judges.
Influential French chef Michel Richard, who helped turn Washington from a food backwater into one of the best eating cities in the country, died Saturday at 68
Diets be damned! The culinary event Epicurean Market is back with more restaurants and offerings for those who share our love of good food and drinks.
Food and culture magazine Bon Appetit credits Washington DC’s increase in novelty restaurants for the growing interest in gastronomy there.
Alain Ducasse, Joan Roca and Massimo Bottura will be turning leftover scraps from the Olympic Village into nutritious meals for the homeless in Rio.
This is by no means perfect but maybe try Brazilian cuisine (hopefully not for the first time) at one of these four popular restaurants.
A total of 50 restaurants have been shortlisted, with eateries drawn from all corners of the US.