Daphne Cheng is a vegan chef by necessity. Now the haute dining darling of New York and Shanghai’s cosmopolitan foodie circles, she became a vegan after reading The China Study, one of the most comprehensive nutrition studies ever performed on the link between diet and disease. Read more “A Day with Daphne Cheng: NYC’s Hottest Vegan Chef Hits Shanghai”
Since its birth, the United States has remained a proud melting pot of influences from all corners of the world. Despite the nation’s cultural differences and vast ancestral influences, one tradition remains highly celebrated: food. Read more “Sarsaparilla Club: East Meets West in Miami”
The private estate, Jnane Tamsna, takes up nine acres of lush Moroccan land, offering 24 ensuite bedrooms, sprawling gardens and an in-house dining experience like no other. When you eat at Jnane Tamsna, you eat like you are family. The large dining room with high arched ceilings, bright textiles and potted greenery maintain the familiarity and comfort of your most content family dinners. Read more “Jnane Tamsna: Marrakech’s Hidden Culinary Gem”
Begged to be served a la Famiglia style with a crusty loaf of bread on the side, the candied lemon adds sweet, bitter brightness and pairs beautifully with the asparagus.
Hailed as one of the original Malaysian restaurants to receive a Michelin Star in New York City, LAUT prides itself on a reasonable price-point, authentic flavors and preserving the integrity of the cuisines it serves.
One of Los Angeles’s most talked-about restaurants is back in the spotlight, as Alma continues its residency at The Standard Hotel in Hollywood.
Regarded by many as one of the world’s epi-centres of dining, Tokyo is a mecca for food lovers, many of who fly into Japan’s capital with the sole intent of eating their way around the city.