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In Singapore, the annual award ceremony for the World’s Best Restaurants, considered the Oscar of the world of gourmet dishes, took place.
Traditionally, the leading gastronomic institutions are defined by more than 800 chefs, restaurateurs and critics from different countries. The best in the world in 2019 was unexpectedly named the Mediterranean restaurant Mirazur in the French city of Menton, which is near the Italian border. This year was the most successful for the institution. Prior to this, the best result was getting a third Michelin star. Mirazur is run by Argentinean chef Mauro Colagreco. The restaurant is located in a villa of the 1930s and is famous for its incredible sea views. It also boasts gardens and a private garden, which add a special twist to culinary works. Experts recommend to try here risotto with quinoa, wild mushrooms and Parmesan cream, as well as fish with celery puree and finished sauce. Continue reading
Based on user reviews, the TripAdvisor travel site ranked the best gourmet establishments in Russia and the world. This list is in many respects different from the authoritative expert rating of “50 best restaurants in the world”.
This year, TripAdvisor users recognized St. Petersburg’s Percorso as the number one gourmet restaurant in Russia. Occupying four rooms on the ground floor of the Four Seasons Hotel Lion Palace, this restaurant prepares modern Italian cuisine: vitello tonato with celery and tuna and caper sauce, spaghetti di graniano on a pillow of tomato fondue and fried sea bass with white zucchini, squid and caramelized tomatoes. Continue reading
Dozens of tenants of the Badayevsky Brewery in the center of Moscow complain of forced eviction and early termination of contracts. Some of them, Capital Group, which is going to build a “house on legs” above the plant, ordered to vacate the premises as early as Monday, The Bell found out. Tenants estimate their losses from 2 to 4 billion rubles.
What happened. Part of the buildings of the Badayevsky plant on Kutuzovsky Prospekt will be demolished – in their place, the developer of the Capital Group plans to build a “floating in the air” residential complex on 35-meter towers. Continue reading