Tokyo with ANA
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by Evelina
1w ago
ANA partnered with luxury Food Blogger Aiste Miseviciute of Luxeat as she journeyed through the Tokyo region, exploring delicious restaurants and exquisite crafts, a thousand years in the making. Head to www.luxeat.com/blog/seven-days-in-japan/ to discover my recent trip to Japan with ANA and start exploring. Subscribe to get monthly Luxeat newsletters here: www.luxeat.com The post Tokyo with ANA appeared first on Luxeat ..read more
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9 Easy to Book Sushi-yas in Tokyo by @Nigiri.paris
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by Evelina
1M ago
Jad Ibrahim is a sushi lover from Paris, who runs @nigiri.paris one of my favourite Instagram accounts about the best sushi shops around the world he visits. Here are his favourite recent discoveries in Tokyo, which are easy and possible to book not too long in advance. Sushi Udatsu A small and beautiful shop located in Naka Meguro. The head chef Udatsu-san is an innovative chef who aims at preserving tradition while pursuing his own style. He is very careful when it comes to ingredient selection as he chooses to serve many organic products and non endangered species. The shop itself has ..read more
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Saddle in Madrid
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by Evelina
1M ago
One of my favorite dining experiences recently was at the one Michelin-starred Saddle in Madrid, which now occupies the former location of the renowned Jockey restaurant. Jockey, a historical landmark in Spain’s gastronomic, political, and cultural scene, operated from 1945 to 2012 under Clolado Cortés, who revolutionized hospitality by prioritizing the diner’s experience. In October 2019, Saddle opened as a tribute to Jockey’s legacy, focusing on French haute cuisine that highlights seasonal ingredients at their prime. Led by chef Pablo Laya, Saddle is dedicated to honouring culinary tra ..read more
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Take a big breath of fresh, crisp Alpine air at Rote Wand Gourmet Hotel
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by Evelina
1M ago
Burrowed into the grassy slopes of Austria’s pristine snow-capped mountains, not far from the idyllic village of Zug, Rote Wand Gourmet Hotel offers an unparalleled and eminently noted Alpine culinary experience. Yet beyond the gastronomic heights proposed by the establishment, a well rounded array of fresh air adventures allow patrons to enjoy the outdoors, either in winter for skiing, winter hiking, cross-country skiing and wellness or in summer for climbing, hiking, mountain biking. It goes without saying that all one needs, from bike rental to ski repair, is available onsite. Luckily all a ..read more
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Breakfast at Shiguchi, Niseko
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by Evelina
2M ago
Breakfast at Shiguchi, an enchanting hotel in Niseko, Hokkaido I had a chance to visit last November. It offers a unique breakfast experience that goes beyond the traditional categories of “Western” or “Japanese,” featuring their special rolled omelette, Tokishirazu salmon, delicious homemade bread or rice. Shiguchi embodies the traditional method of constructing Japanese buildings, including temples and kominka (‘old houses’), through a system of simple, nail-free timber joinery. The interiors, characterised by understated elegance, feature a curated blend of antique and modern ceramics, ink ..read more
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Breakfast at The Peninsula, Tokyo
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by Evelina
2M ago
Japanese breakfast is a well-rounded meal that is often considered to be the most important meal of the day in Japan. So when you’re planning your culinary trip to Japan, it’s the first place to start. It typically comprises steamed rice, miso soup, grilled fish such as salmon or mackerel, and a variety of side dishes, which can include pickles, seaweed, natto, or eggs. The meal is often served on a lacquered tray or in a bento box, with each dish thoughtfully arranged in its own compartment. In Japan, food is not only meant to nourish the body but also to delight the senses, and breakfast is ..read more
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Royal Mansour, Marrakech
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by Evelina
2M ago
Set amid the bustling streets of Marrakech, there lies an oasis of calm and rejuvenation. The Royal Mansour is nothing short of a voyage into Moroccan opulence and timeless allure. Meticulously crafted by over 1,500 local artisans, this medina in the medina stands as a testament to traditional Moroccan architecture overlaid with modern luxury. Upon arrival, I was greeted by an enchanting open-air courtyard, beckoning me into a world of tranquillity just steps away from the wondrous dusty, yet bright and busy central old town. Designed by Spanish landscape architect Luis Vallejo and extending ..read more
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Celebrating Japanese scallops at Roketsu, Europe’s best kaiseki restaurant
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by Evelina
2M ago
Scallops are often defined by their unique visual beauty, shape and distinct colour duo, and found within a pearly sheened shell, which can be used to make ornaments and the like. Yet they are also abundant in nutrients, rich in protein as well as vitamin B12 and minerals and low in fat. With a brilliant sweetness and flavour, they can be eaten raw, used in sushi or sashimi, but also be grilled, sautéed or as an ingredient in pasta or risotto dishes.  Japanese scallop tempura in three ways: in fine crumble of rice crackers, wrapped in nori seaweed and in shiso leaf at Roketsu, London Lond ..read more
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Restrained Swiss elegance at the historial winter palace Suvretta House in St Moritz
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by Evelina
3M ago
Located amidst the captivating Alpine beauty of St. Moritz, my recent stay at Suvretta House Hotel felt like a journey into a storybook castle. Since its grand opening in 1912, this winter palace has gone through continuous renovation and expansion allowing it to remain a pinnacle of luxury and a safe keeper of historical events. In 1919, the dancer Vaslav Nijinsky gave his last public performance in the ballroom. A sense of timeless elegance emerges as the turrets arise from the trees of the Upper Engadine Mountains.  The Belle Époque exterior welcomes guests in 171 elegantly furnished ..read more
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7 days in Hokkaido
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by Evelina
3M ago
Hokkaido is a Seafood lover’s paradise, and a place that many foodies claim to be home to the best seafood in the world. Hokkaido is surrounded by a cold sea which is filled with an abundant supply of nutritious planktons, serving as an excellent habitat for high quality seafood. The post 7 days in Hokkaido appeared first on Luxeat ..read more
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