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.
At the 10th annual World’s 50 Best Restaurants awards in London Monday night, Redzepi cemented his position as the “standard bearer for the New Nordic movement” after his restaurant took home the grandiose title of best in the world.
A recent report on the world’s strongest beauty labels has highlighted the dominance of legacy brands, with long-running and affordable favorites such as Olay and Avon dominating the top ten.
Valuation firm Brand Finance’s annual ranking of the 50 biggest global beauty brands measures areas including current market value and customer loyalty, with the number one spot going to America’s Olay — which was launched in 1950.
Travel + Leisure magazine’s list of Best Sandwiches in the world ranges from humble, Vietnamese street foods like the banh mi, to a $100 sammy from Japan stuffed with hand-massaged Wagyu beef on slices of crustless white bread.
Conde Nast Traveler magazine has revealed its annual list of the hottest new hotels in the world, compiled by its editorial staff.
The Hot List takes a look at 121 newly-opened properties on 4 continents, identifying the cream of the crop as chosen for their service, food, atmosphere and amenities.
It wasn’t long ago that automakers put in the bare minimum when it came to making smaller cars comfortable, knowing that the real money came to large vehicles with plush interiors and plenty of legroom.
Today, as fuel efficiency becomes the name of the game, small cars are in high demand, and making their interior appealing to a new generation of luxury-loving, always-connected drivers is now as important as making them look good.
Elite Traveler, a magazine targeted towards the jet setting, “wealthy elite” has published its ranking of the top 20 restaurants in the world.
The recently launched issue of Elite Traveler’s World’s Top Restaurants magazine gave Alinea the top nod, calling it the best restaurant in the world for its “hypermodern, emotional approach to dining.”
British chef Heston Blumenthal’s The Fat Duck, in Bray came in second for “pushing the boundaries of British gastronomy” and providing a dining experience that excites the senses and reinvents traditional British classics.