Bagá: Avant-Garde Flavors and Emotional Journey in the Heart of Jaén, Spain

I left Bagá unable to express in words all that Pedro Sánchez's cuisine made me feel. It took me 17 months to feel ready to explain it in writing and…

By Carola Sitjas I Bosch 73 Min Read
Arpège

Sometimes the most simple (but not simplistic) is also the most decadent.…

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Comments on Jancis Robinson’s Comments on Turkish Wines

Less than a month ago, the renowned wine writer, Jancis Robinson visited…

13 Min Read
Michelin: A Friendship That Went Sour

I started serious dining out in 1986 when I had a fellowship…

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Nomicos: A Disappointing Meal with Many Problems

In his review, Vedat Milor recounts a disappointing dining experience at Nomicos.…

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Is Turkish Wine on Par with World Standards?

A Turkish entrepreneur and wine educator has been inviting some…

52 Min Read

Comments on Jancis Robinson’s Comments on Turkish Wines

Less than a month ago, the renowned wine writer, Jancis…

13 Min Read

Spanish Red Wines (September – December 2014)

In this brief article, I will review the following wines:…

4 Min Read

High End French Gastronomy is Alive and Well in Germany: Part 1 (Waldhotel Sonnora)

Vedat Milor welcomes you to a gastronomic journey celebrating the legacy of the late Chef Helmut Thieltges and the seamless transition that has taken place at his renowned restaurant. In…

By Vedat Milor 15 Min Read
Between Brilliance and Bland: Deconstructing Guy Savoy’s Three-Star Experience

Embarking on a culinary journey at Guy Savoy's renowned establishment…

6 Min Read
Best Meals in Spain in 2022: Part 3 (Asturias and Galicia)

I dined extensively in Spain after the long and dark…

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Ca L’Enric: More than the Woodcock Menu

Ca l’Enric makes me think of the cold, game, mushrooms,…

9 Min Read
A Search for Authenticity: Uliassi and Casa Marcial

How can one justify talking about these two seemingly very different restaurants…

25 Min Read
Tributes to Bernard Pacaud, Part II: The Last of the Mohicans

Inconceivable these days, Bernard Pacaud began his apprenticeship with the Lyons culinary…

11 Min Read
My 2017 You Can Never Go Home Again (Or Can You?) Tour

In recently planning the most rigorous European dining trip since going back…

21 Min Read
A Theory of the Creation of a Dish: Part II

Food has the power to nourish not only our bodies but also…

41 Min Read
Gastromondiale’s Madeleines of 2017: Part II (Contributors)

At Gastromondiale, we are moved by dishes that entice our senses and…

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Editor's Pick

El Celler de Can Roca

Joan Roca’s cooking has always technically very elaborate but also delicious. He often subjects the same dish to multiple cooking…

By Vedat Milor 8 Min Read
Dining in New York: Jean-Georges, Le Bernardin, Brooklyn Fare and Others

Recently, we have spent a very enjoyable four days in New York…

28 Min Read
Hedone: Towards the Peak of Gastronomy

A recent meal there in April 2017 moved me sufficiently to write…

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Opinion

Tributes to Bernard Pacaud, Part II: The Last of the Mohicans

Inconceivable these days, Bernard Pacaud began his apprenticeship with the…

Greece’s Wine Modernism

Greek wine might be experiencing global…

Bagá: Avant-Garde Flavors and Emotional Journey in the Heart of Jaén, Spain

I left Bagá unable to express in words all that Pedro Sánchez's cuisine made me feel. It took me 17…

73 Min Read

Uliassi: A Culinary Journey Through Sea, Game, and Innovation in Senigallia, Italy

Uliassi is located in Senigallia, in the province of Ancona (Le Marche), at the level of Florence and Zadar (Croatia).…

35 Min Read

Christian Bau’s Victor’s Fine Dining: A Culinary Journey of Balance, Flavor, and Innovation

High End French Gastronomy is Alive and Well in Germany: Part 3

17 Min Read

Claus-Peter Lumpp at Bareiss: Mastering the Art of Culinary Variations

High End French Gastronomy is Alive and Well in Germany: Part 2

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Nomicos: A Disappointing Meal with Many Problems

In his review, Vedat Milor recounts a disappointing dining experience at Nomicos. From the letdown of a promising "Menu Truffe"…

4 Min Read

Quality in Every Bite: Table by Bruno Verjus

Discovering Table by Bruno Verjus is like entering a world where everything is about top-notch quality in food. In this…

9 Min Read

Assiette Champenoise and Its Gastronomic Highs and Pies

In his comprehensive review, Vedat Milor delves into the peaks and valleys of his culinary experience at Assiette Champenoise, a…

7 Min Read

Between Brilliance and Bland: Deconstructing Guy Savoy’s Three-Star Experience

Embarking on a culinary journey at Guy Savoy's renowned establishment is an experience steeped in history and gastronomic prestige. Having…

6 Min Read

Plénitude: Navigating Arnaud Donckele’s Culinary Journeys

Embark on a gastronomic journey through the renowned Plénitude, located within the Cheval Blanc hotel in Paris, as acclaimed chef…

8 Min Read

Maison Lameloise: Tradition Lightened by Eric Pras, but Where’s the Culinary Spark?

After a 30-year hiatus, my wife and I revisited Lameloise, a renowned restaurant now under the guidance of chef Eric…

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Tales from Le Cinq: Navigating the Flavors of Excellence and a Few Potholes

In this review, Chef Christian Le Squer's culinary prowess shines as he continues to impress diners at Le Cinq with…

4 Min Read

High End French Gastronomy is Alive and Well in Germany: Part 1 (Waldhotel Sonnora)

Vedat Milor welcomes you to a gastronomic journey celebrating the legacy of the late Chef Helmut Thieltges and the seamless…

15 Min Read

A Theory of the Creation of a Dish: Part II

Food has the power to nourish not only our bodies but also our souls. For many, the experience of dining…

41 Min Read

Best Meals in Scandinavia in 2022: Part 2 (Stockholm)

I dined at various restaurants in Copenhagen and Stockholm after the long and dark days of the pandemic. This particular…

9 Min Read

A Theory of the Creation of a Dish: Part I

Food has the power to nourish not only our bodies but also our souls. For many, the experience of dining…

9 Min Read