In what can only be described as outlandish, a New York steakhouse has launched a Thanksgiving meal made with the world’s finest ingredients for $50,000.
Four new two-starred dining establishments now join the list of 19 Michelin-approved restaurants in Hong Kong and Macau.
The Michelin food guide unveiled its first Seoul edition with two upscale Korean restaurants and a humbler diner serving vegetarian temple food earning praise.
Chef Masaharu Morimoto, best known among US audiences for his appearances on “Iron Chef America,” makes his official debut at the MGM Grand.
The Michelin Red Guide bestowed Michael Tusk’s Quince in San Francisco, US with the coveted three-star rating.
Acclaimed New York-based French chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten will be opening a new culinary establishment at London’s Connaught hotel next spring.
There is a low, growing buzz in the food world that is taking notice of the large culinary talent coming out of Iceland, whose population numbers 332,000.
This stunning two-story restaurant served in a former life as England’s first purpose-built gym and helped host London’s first National Olympic Games in 1866.
Another 21 properties and restaurants will be able to hang the coveted fleur de lys symbol, designating membership to the group.
Named a New York City landmark in 1998, The Temple Court Building and Annex has returned as The Beekman Hotel, bringing back Victorian era designs.
Another award wining chef is embracing the vegetable kingdom with his new restaurant.
Food and culture magazine Bon Appetit credits Washington DC’s increase in novelty restaurants for the growing interest in gastronomy there.
Once a pop-up, the Danish restaurant will now have a permanent location following its success.
These stalls mark the world’s first stars for street food, amidst the total 22 one-stars, 6 two-stars and Singapore’s only three-star eateries awarded.
The man behind Osteria Francescana in Modena, Italy creates world class wonders and serves them up with a dash of humor.
The moment where 3D printers infiltrate even our food has arrived. At Food Ink, 3D printed meals are a reality.
The culinary journey in France can now begin within the airport, lending a much-needed boost to the reputation of Charles de Gaulle.
The award-winning chef is set to make a return to the Big Apple with a new as-yet unnamed restaurant.
Known for its traditional fare, the restaurant has temporarily shut its doors until an investigation into the cause has concluded.
Men’s Folio takes a look into three spots that value simplicity and comfort over anything else.