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A rush to find a good restaurant close to the hotel where we were staying and open at 3pm, luckily ended up at Ofício. An atypical “tasca” or tavern, as they like to characterize themselves, but which has nothing to do with a tasca, neither in the food nor in the atmosphere or service. In […]

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Wild Rocket

After delighting ourselves with Malayan, Chinese and Indian influenced dishes on our first night in Singapore, in one of the famous Food Hawkers in Town (Satay by the Bay), on our second day we went to the Wild Rocket, the restaurant of the charismatic chef Willin Low, a lawyer that switched his profession for his […]

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 I’ve been following the work of the young chef Arnaldo Azevedo for quite some time now (elected as Chef to Watch in the Flavors & Senses Awards – the Best for 2014), but for strange reasons, I just now went to visit his home, Palco, where he is the main character since it opened. Concerning […]

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Rui Paula

Gastronomy is increasingly gaining fans, from housewives trying to improve and vary their same old recipes, to foodies and, consequently, young people trying to be like the famous chefs. One of those chefs is Rui Paula, for sure, a charismatic figure that won the Portuguese love when being a jury in the television hit, MasterChef. […]

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Cantina 32

Cantina 32 is a space that doesn’t need introduction, in just a bit more than a year it has already filled several lines in the most diverse national and international publications (including the NY Times), blogs and social networks. In between all that, it has also won the “amazing” title of Revelation Restaurant in the […]

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Le Chiberta

Guy Savoy is one of the biggest names in French gastronomy, with four restaurants in Paris (opened a lovely oyster house recently) and a luxurious restaurant in Las Vegas, Guy Savoy’s cuisine excels in the mastery with which the ingredients are worked, letting them shine without overpowering too many components or elements. After leaving overwhelmed […]

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When we think of eating in Bangkok everything comes to mind, since great restaurants like Nahm (see) or the famous street food where it is possible to eat the most traditional and authentic food Thailand has to offer, but, why not Indian food? Many will think we’re crazy or disoriented. But the sure thing is […]

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José Avillez

Some people dream, others create and other people do, and then there are geniuses who reunite all these features. José Avillez is one of those genius figures with all things necessary to success. He is a hard worker, communicator, humble, and above all he lives with great passion and intensity, because unlike Fernando Pessoa says, […]

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La Bauhinia – Shangri-La Hotel – Paris

La Bauhinia, name of Hong Kong’s national flower, it’s one of the restaurants at the luxurious Shangri-La Hotel – Paris (Read article here), side by side with Shang Palace specialized in Cantonese cuisine (*Michelin) and with L’Abeille (**Michelin). Being the main room of the hotel it serves also as breakfast and snack area but without […]

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