The world-renowned chef sweeps into South America by setting up in Brazil at the upscale São Paulo hotel.
The French macaron maestro beats thousands of other patissiers to earn the prestigious international title.
Ahead of the announcement of The World’s 50 Best Restaurants 2016, the Spanish chef tells us how working with his brothers has been key to his success.
Chef Rodolfo Guzman crafts his innovative dishes by making use of the wide biodiversity in Chile.
After giving up meat for vegetables in 2001, the Michelin-starred chef will pick up the Lifetime Achievement Award for his dedication.
A new foodie-haven has emerged in the heart of Orchard Road where you can shop, drop and eat to your heart’s content.
French food dominates this list by international restaurant critic community – Opinionated About Dining
The noted chef of ‘poetic culinaria’ is added to the list of names of top-level female chefs.
The celebrity chef discusses his newest Paris outpost and sushi etiquette.
The visionary chef releases a new family friendly cookbook with child-oriented recipes.
The renowned chef sets up a space in the Les Halles area of Paris for traditional brasserie cuisine with a new twist.
Come 2018, you can have the royal treatment of the former home of French kings and queens.
Michelin starred chef Reine Sammut adopts a new gluten-free menu for her restaurant to accommodate diners.
Mark your calendars; the gourmet Indian restaurant is set to close in four years.
The Indian restaurant in Bangkok maintains its standard, winning top marks for the second year in a row.
Eric Ripert, chef of the Michelin-starred restaurant Le Bernardin in New York, is penning a memoir about his life.
Congratulations to Chef Daniel Boulud, recipient of The Diners Club Lifetime Achievement Award for The World’s 50 Best Restaurants 2015.
The Grand Gelinaz! Shuffle takes chefs from their restaurants in their home countries and “swaps” them with a different chef and restaurant.
United Airlines said today it is partnering with The Trotter Project to further enhance its food service for both premium and economy cabin passengers.
Hélène Darroze has been named as the Veuve Clicquot world’s best female chef 2015.