9 rules to follow in a Japanese restaurant
The rules of etiquette for Japanese cuisine go far beyond "not to put your elbows on the table." What everyone is used to will look strange in a Japanese restaurant,…

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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…

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Sobrino de Botin - the oldest restaurant in the world
Restaurant Sobrino de Botin (Sobrino de Botin) in Madrid - the oldest catering establishment in the world, opened in 1725 and listed in the Guinness Book of Records. The history…

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In France, fast-food outlets have bypassed traditional restaurants.

In 2012, sales of fast-food eateries in France amounted to 34 billion euros, according to industry consulting company Gira Conseil. As a result, fast food occupied 54% of the total catering market, having bypassed traditional restaurants for the first time. For comparison, in 2011, fast food restaurants accounted for only 40% of the market, and since 2004 this figure has grown by 74%. Continue reading

One passion is not enough
I hope this does not happen, but if I had to eat the only meal until the end of my days, it would be something simple. It all depends on…

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In France, fast-food outlets have bypassed traditional restaurants.
In 2012, sales of fast-food eateries in France amounted to 34 billion euros, according to industry consulting company Gira Conseil. As a result, fast food occupied 54% of the total…

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Unusual dinner: 8 of the strangest themed restaurants
Restaurants have long ceased to be a place where they come just to eat. To cope with the competition, their owners are trying to make their facilities as individual as…

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