Damien Hirst has created an art piece for a London restaurant in which a whole Hereford cow and cockerel are preserved in formaldehyde in a steel and glass tank.
Joel Robuchon, the most Michelin- starred chef in the world, will close his only New York restaurant at the end of June.
To celebrate the 2012 Year of Gastronomy and Brusselicious, Brussels is offering a sky high culinary experience with “Dinner in the Sky”.
Diners at Norma’s in Le Parker Meridien hotel can now order the “Zillion Dollar Frittada”, a Spanish omelette with lobster and 10oz (280g) of caviar.
Here are the top five restaurants across eight categories, including food, popularity, new arrivals, and best bistros and brasseries across Paris.
Enjoy a unique Chicago dining experience as restaurants throughout Chicagoland present special tasting menus inspired by the cuisines of the NATO nations.
The British celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay has opened up a new restaurant at a casino hotel in Las Vegas, his first in the US gambling hub.
From Michelin-starred eateries to the best places for stargazing, here’s a selection of some of the hottest addresses in Cannes,
The chef of the best restaurant in the world will be opening a pop-up version of his Copenhagen restaurant Noma in London to mark the Olympic Games.
San Francisco restaurant Boulevard, set in a historic building and designed in the manner of France’s Belle Epoque, has been named the best in the US.
For the third year in a row, chef René Redzepi’s Copenhagen restaurant Noma has taken the top spot to be declared the best restaurant in the world.
Elena Arzak will receive the award for Best Female Chef at this year’s edition of the World’s 50 Best Restaurant Awards.
Elite Traveler, a magazine targeted towards the jet setting, “wealthy elite” has published its ranking of the top 20 restaurants in the world.
Spanish chef Ferran Adrià has released more details on life after El Bulli, including plans to launch La Bullipedia, a culinary version of Wikipedia.
Dubbed “Bancs d’Hiver,” the temporary winter menu at the Hotel Plaza Athénée will serve a multi-course meal themed around seasonal winter ingredients. The menu includes dishes like cream of chestnut soup, roasted pears, with cream and Savoie biscuits, and raclette, a traditional, hearty French dish that involves melting cheese over boiled potatoes, ham and pickles. … Continued
Eater.com has just released a list of the 10 hardest restaurant reservations to get in the world — and also offers tips on how to defy the odds and squeak one in. Not surprisingly, Danish chef Rene Redzepi’s restaurant Noma topped food blog Eater.com’s list, as it receives 20,000 reservation requests a day. The Copenhagen … Continued
Online reservation site OpenTable.com has announced the Diners’ Choice Awards for the top 100 best restaurants in the United States. The list of winners is derived from more than 10 million reviews submitted by OpenTable diners for more than 12,000 restaurants across the US. The honorees span 35 states and include Canlis in Seattle, Barbara … Continued
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 … Continued
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 … Continued
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 … Continued