Restaurant Reviews

Bluespoon Andaz Amsterdam

21/06/2017 by .

Amsterdam is almost unique in hiding so many of its top restaurants within hotels.  But exquisite canalside locations must be fully exploited, especially the loveliest of them, Prinsengracht, and are bound to inspire the kind of rarefied culinary experience Bluespoon delivers on the ground floor of the Andaz Amsterdam.

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Wright & Company Detroit

t seems, making a restaurant hard to find is all the rage these days. Signage is so last year. So tucked away above a fancy tailor on the second floor of an 1891 Detroit Queen Anne style building at 1500 Woodward Avenue, Wright & Company is well on trend.

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Amass Restaurant

Amass is the very essence of today’s trending Copenhagen restaurants, serving up inspired local fare in a stripped-back yet sumptuous space deep within a far-flung neighbourhood changing so fast that by 2018 it will be the hottest place to dine in town.

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Kodbyens Fiskebar

Kodbyens Fiskebar proves visitors can find original food in a happening Copenhagen restaurant which doesn’t, like many of those opened by Noma alumnae, cost an arm and a leg.

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The Jones Family Project

A 70s-style bar awash in greenery portrays The Jones Family Project as a probable purveyor of right-on clean eating. But appearances deceive; huge hunks of prime rib, rumps of hoggett and primeval pork tomahawks are what drive traffic to this serious Shoreditch steakhouse after sundown.

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Galvin At The Athenaeum

If you didn’t know any better, you might mistake the Galvin brothers for a somewhat more sinister enterprise. It seems they have the Hyde Park Corner territory pretty well sown up. Galvin at Windows at the top floor of the London Hilton Park Lane and now Galvin At The Athenaeum

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