Culinary digest: Galvin at Windows

World-class dining, presented by a world-class set of staff with 360° views of one of the world’s best cities: that’s how I would describe the Summertime at Galvin menu at Galvin at Windows Restaurant & Bar if I were pressed for time.

Culinary digest: Ristorante Aroma, Rome

The last restaurant review (Full disclosure: I use the term loosely, as it was more of a glowing, completely biased recommendation of my favourite restaurant in the city) I wrote of a restaurant in Rome told you of how close it was to The Spanish Steps and the Piazza del Popolo. Today’s review of my second favourite restaurant in the city also takes us tantalizingly close to yet another Roman landmark: The Colosseum.

Culinary Digest: Breakfast at Angelus

What happens when you combine French gastronomic sensibilities with the eponymous English breakfast?

Culinary digest: All’Oro Restaurant, Rome, Italy

On my most recent visit to the city, I decided to neatly side-step all the tourist traps in favour of more quality offerings. All’Oro restaurant, which is just a short walk from both The Spanish Steps and Piazza del Popolo was first on my list.

Culinary digest: Bayview Restaurant, Geneva

I may be a bonafide hotel junkie but at Geneva’s Hotel President Wilson, it is the restaurants that really had my attention: There’s the poolside Umami Japanese restaurant overlooking Lake Geneva which even in the middle of the winter manages to transport one to warmer climes; There’s the bib gourmand Arabesque restaurant that is one of the hottest lebanese tables in the city. But the jewel in the crown of this luxury hotel is – hands down – the Bayview Restaurant.