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Brunch at the Palace Abu Dhabi

There are a few things you simply must do in Abu Dhabi, and Brunch at the Palace is one of them. Brunch begins with a vast selection of appetisers. Once your taste-buds has been piqued, visit the vast array of live cooking stations, the BBQ grill, pasta counter, traditional tandoori and shawarma stations...  Read More »

7ELEPHANTS Dubai

DIFC’s newest brunch takes you on a culinary voyage of discovery with 7Elephants Friday Brunch. Enjoy the signature plates from the 7 traders: Indian, Balinese, Arabic, British, Italian, Spanish and Mexican. It’s an east meets west explosion of flavours from different nations covering some of the biggest...  Read More »

SkyKitchen Berlin

On the 13th floor of the stylish Vienna House Andel’s Berlin hotel, towering high above the rooftops of the German capital, the city’s youngest Michelin-starred chef Alexander Koppe creates ultramodern interpretations of classic European dishes. A master of his craft, his ethos is to spice up quality...  Read More »

The ultimate family brunch Dubai

Your weekend in Dubai isn’t complete without the perfect brunch getaway. The ‘Ultimate Family Friday Brunch’ at Fairmont the Palm’s Flow Kitchen is the ideal place for a relaxing family meal. Chill out while the kids enjoy a special package that includes a brunch with a selection of healthy treats...  Read More »

The Great British Christmas Dubai

If you are looking for that traditional British festive experience than look no further than the Great British Restaurant (GBR) located DUKES Dubai, Palm Jumeirah. With views of the Dubai Marina skyline, dine at GBR for a dining experience that is simply British, bringing the absolute best of British to...  Read More »

A happy Vietnamese New Year Dubai

See in 2018 with a refined New Year celebration at award-winning Vietnamese restaurant Hoi An in the celebrated Shangri-La hotel on Sheikh Zayed Road. Savour a sophisticated seven-course set menu that will take you on a culinary journey to all the delicious flavours of Vietnam. Indulge in sautéed Boston...  Read More »

Le Pressoir d’Argent Bordeaux

When in Bordeaux you’re spoilt for Ramsay- choices. Situated on the ground floor of the luxurious InterContinental, right across from the city’s stunning opera house, you’ll find Le Bordeaux Gordon Ramsay – a casual bistro serving high-end lunches and dinners. But upstairs on the first floor, where...  Read More »

The Balmoral Festive Afternoon Tea Edinburgh

Afternoon tea at the Balmoral Hotel is one of Edinburgh’s fine institutions; the Palm Court, with its old-world elegance, comfy chairs, dark wooden floor, are perfectly balanced by the light airy contemporary décor of the room, with its glass dome and Venetian chandelier. The Festive Afternoon Tea has...  Read More »

Frenchie Covent Garden, London

If someone asks you to supper at Frenchie, the response should be a resounding ‘bah, oui!’ Whether you’re a Francophile or not, rest assured, the London outpost of Gregory Marchand’s triumphant trio of Parisian restaurants has got serious culinary clout. Marchand was nicknamed ‘Frenchie’ by his...  Read More »

Maggie Jones Kensington

This former haunt of Princess Margaret remains true to its perfect formula of comfort food and cosiness From Trump to technology, we seem to be living in a time of flux, so it’s comforting to know that some things are a constant. Maggie Jones has sat in the heart of Kensington since 1964; a bastion of...  Read More »