Travel editors have included a few culinary food stops in their Lonely Planet’s 1000 Ultimate Sights.
Three top chefs are to host a series of dinners on board the Belmond British Pullman train, from March to November this year.
Starbucks has announced the launch of its delivery subscription, available in monthly increments to customers who sign up online.
Noma has opened an online store that will sell the Japanese-designed chopsticks, forks, bowls and plates used during its pop-up event in Tokyo.
Emilio Pucci and Parisian pastry maker Ladurée have combined their expertise to offer a series of chic and scrumptious gift boxes.
Paris’ landmark Ritz Hotel has tapped a noted French chef, Nicolas Sale, to head its “L’Espadon” two-star restaurant.
Cathay Pacific and Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group have partnered to craft unique inflight menus over the coming 12 months.
A trio of Michelin-starred chefs in Spain has teamed up to open a gourmet food court in a major department store in Madrid.
While cruises once got by with unexciting meal choices served at appointed times, travelers have recently come to expect something more.
Hong Kong chef Vicky Lau has been named the best female chef in Asia for creating a menu of ‘edible stories’ at her French-Asian restaurant.
Californians will be able to legally eat foie gras again after a judge Wednesday overturned a ban on sales of the delicacy.
In 2015, the dining experience will continue along its high-tech trajectory, this time expanding beyond tablet menus into facial-recognition technology.
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Martha Stewart has created a gingerbread replica of the mansion from Downton Abbey in anticipation of the popular series’s return to television.
The world of fine dining is moving increasingly towards the concept of advance ticketing.
The world’s largest roller coaster-inspired restaurant has opened in Abu Dhabi’s biggest shopping center.
Winners of the 2015 edition of Asia’s 50 Best Restaurants will be determined by a smaller group of regional experts spread out across Asia.
Karl Lagerfeld has created a very feminine Christmas cake for Ducasse’s Tokyo-based eatery Beige.
For the third year in a row, British-born chef Luke Dale-Roberts’ restaurant The Test Kitchen has been named South Africa’s Restaurant of the Year.
England has been crowned the big cheese at an international competition, beating French, Swiss and Dutch cheesemakers with a soft blue.