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Kaikaya, is the result of nikkei Nipo-Brazilian gastronomy that flourished in the beginning of the 20th century when the first Japanese arrived in Brazil. Kaikaya brings the fusion of traditional and methodic Japan with the tropical and exotic, contemporary Brazil to the center of Valencia. A representation showed both through the kitchen as well as through the design of Kaikaya...
The spearhead of Finnish gastronomy, restaurant Palace was first opened in 1952 in tandem with Hotel Palace, right in time to welcome the guests arriving to spectate the Helsinki Summer Olympics.
Bakery, cafeteria, bistrot, the perfect place for aperitifs: a new French boulangerie opens in the heart of Porta Venezia Milan
Set into the residual space of a major architectural restoration, Ricard Camarena Restaurant in Valencia, Spain respects the industrial architecture of a notable art deco building. Bombas Gens remained a dilapidated, abandoned factory until recently converted into a centre of art by Fundació Per Amor a l’Art.
In the historic Le Marais district of Paris, sprawls a charming Art Deco glass painted ceiling, mahogany panelled walls and golden cracks in porcelain white tiles of restaurant ANAHI, temptingly inviting customers to step inside this theatrical establishment, also known to be somewhat of a fashion hub among the city’s couture crowd.
It is a restaurant under the sign of the first great. A well-known subject of C Gastronomie, the caterer, stamped "craftsman of taste" that transformed the cocktails and the dinners Lyon in the gastronomic moments! At its head, Isabelle Darnault, wife of the event and Christophe Foulquier, cook.
Located in an upcoming neighborhood of the city, the restaurant aims to be a landmark for the regeneration of the old distressed urban fabric. Its approach is simple and clear, using natural materials and mixing them with the abundant greenery
Located on the first floor of La Maison du Danemark is Copenhague, a more formal restaurant where Chef Andreas Moller prepares unique Scandinavian specialties. Now one of the most popular restaurants in Paris, Copenhague offers creative cuisine, spectacular views and a fit-out that’s to die for! Unlike Flora Danica, Copenhague is draped in darker, more intense colours and textures.
Ramon Esteve Studio have divided the restaurant into three sections: the lobby entrance where guests can enjoy a drink at the bar, the main dining area and the outside courtyard. A visual language has been developed for the restaurant by fusing copper and marble elements which deliver an industrial feel to the building.
Pom and Flora Cafe is the most darling brunch/lunch hangout in Stockholm's Södermalm neighborhood. Pom and Flora Cafehas quickly become a big breakfast favorite for locals.