Shutting down in 2017 to reopen in 2018 in a different location with an all-new menu format was a bold move. But it was worth it.
It is Michele Griglio’s first executive chef position, and he has made the very best of it, even gaining a coveted Michelin star.
In the heart of downtown Toronto’s financial district, amongst all of the standard coffee shops, honking horns, and billows of cigarette smoke, sits a little taste of Southern France.
Modena, the province, part of Emilia-Romagna, is the birthplace of balsamic vinegar, cotechino, bollito misto, tortellini, and countless and intricate variations on Italian themes that find their most acute expressions in this province, in this commune, and in this town.
For all that grand gesturing, Hong Kong is a food city. There are 7 million people living in only 1,100 square kilometres, ensuring someone, somewhere, is hungry, 24-7.
Once known for its rather ordinary dining options, London now offers much more diversity and a number of rather exceptional restaurants. Among them is Alain Ducasse at the Dorchester.
Duomo Ristorante offers innovative, sensual twists on classic Sicilian cuisine with subtle flavours of the terroir.
East meets West, for sure; like many major Asian cities, Hong Kong has its Western elements that complement the Eastern culture and history.