10 most inaccessible restaurants in the world
Usually it’s enough just to go to McDonalds or the nearest cafe to have a snack. Sometimes there is a desire to find some unusual restaurant that would amaze not…

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What will be the restaurants of the future
Every year in February, one of the most important gastronomic events of the world Gourmet Abu Dhabi starts in the largest emirate of the UAE. The peculiarity of this event…

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“It’s too early for the French to write off”
What does French cuisine smell like? Incredibly difficult question. We have 22 regions, and each of them has its own unique specialties and smells. But if it is nevertheless necessary…

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Salt, fire and gaucho: what a traditional Brazilian restaurant looks like

Brazilian feast, like carnival, means a lot of passion. The restaurateur Gennady Medvedev explains what this means from a gastronomic point of view.
Salt, fire and gaucho: what a traditional Brazilian restaurant looks like
In Brazil, there are restaurants of various and unexpected qualities and levels. With Michelin stars and cooks, fusion, with authentic and fine cuisine. Especially for Forbes, restaurateur Gennady Medvedev talks about the Brazilian classics – churascari restaurants. Continue reading

Scandinavian restaurants

The tradition of this restaurant, which has become the best in Denmark, is to offer guests to go to the kitchen to look at the cooking process and greet the chef. Few people miss this opportunity, because we are talking about a real star of world cooking – Rasmus Kofoed. The 41-year-old Dane three times became the winner of the prestigious international culinary competition Bocuse d’Or in France, worked in the best restaurants in Brussels and Copenhagen, and then opened his own institution. Continue reading

Faviken Magazine

Michelin has released a list of the best restaurants in Scandinavia Michelin Nordic Guide 2016. The highest marks – three stars each – received Maaemo in Oslo and Geranium in Copenhagen. But the true winner was, of course, the Swedish restaurant Faviken: from a little-known provincial establishment, it became the owner of two Michelin stars at once. Continue reading

Food home VS restaurant: column Saveliya Libkina
From the guests of the restaurants, the staff listens to a variety of comments: they say, I can cook this at home or my mother-in-law makes the pasta more tasty!…

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Important secrets McDonald `s, about which employees will never tell visitors
“Para-pa-pa-pam, that's what I love!” - this simple music screen saver is spinning in the head of everyone who has ever been to McDonald`s. Fans of fast food in the…

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Restaurants and cafes in Palanga
Rest in Palanga is pleasant in all respects, here you can relax and enjoy life. The only problem may be the choice of a place where you can eat -…

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