Brooklyn Fare Restaurant

Dining predictions for 2012

In 2012, chefs will rescue forgotten food ingredients from the brink of extinction and obscurity, invite guests to pull up a chair to their kitchen table, and shrink portion sizes to bite-sized morsels. At least those are some of the new dining predictions being made at the James Beard Foundation in the US. In its [...]

Etihad first-class passengers

Etihad puts chefs on its planes

Etihad Airways has hired 110 cinternational chefs, some of whom have worked in Michelin-starred restaurants, to cook in its Diamond First Class cabins. They are already working on flights to London, Sydney, Melbourne and Paris and will be introduced across all other First-class destinations by early next year. The chefs work from a pantry, stocked [...]

Noma Momondo Guide Copenhagen

Hit restaurant Noma launches travel guide

Copenhagen restaurant Noma, widely regarded as among the world’s top gastronomic establishments, has launched a city guide. The restaurant has created a guidebook to the Danish capital in a tie-up with travel booking site Momondo, which is also based in the city. The guide is written by Noma’s international staff and features reviews of their [...]

Za Za Bazaar

Britain’s biggest restaurant opens in Bristol

The biggest restaurant in the UK opened its doors this week with a capacity of feeding a small army of 2,100 diners a night. Bristol’s harborside restaurant Za Za Bazaar spans 30,000 square feet (2,790 square meters) and two floors, and serves up an all-you-can-eat buffet that includes Chinese, Japanese, Indian, Italian and traditional British [...]

Bernard Delmas Tokyo Michelin 2012

Tokyo tops out Paris again as world food capital

Tokyo has now more Michelin three star restaurants than Paris, according to the latest edition of the gastronomical guide. Japan as a whole also beats France, with 32 establishments granted the maximum grade, against 25 in the guide’s home country. Paris has just 10 three star eateries. Of Tokyo’s 160,000 restaurants, 16 were awarded top [...]

inflight menu

Air Canada, Virgin America tops for in-flight nutrition

Air Canada and Virgin America have topped other North American airlines in a health ranking of on-board food. According to DietDetective, which runs an annual survey examining the nutritional values of the food served to economy class passengers flying domestic, five-star-rated Air Canada “cares about its passengers’ health, that’s for sure.” Virgin America was described [...]

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