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From molecular gastronomy to the classic coq au vin, elite dining is one of the biggest joys of a private jet lifestyle. Join us as we explore the world’s best restaurants.

The Rising Stars of Canada’s Dining Scene

By Lauren Hill & Will Grice

Over the last decade Canada has been establishing itself as one of the world’s emerging culinary destinations. No longer in the shadow of its more well established neighbor, these are Canada’s rising culinary stars. Brandon Olsen La Banane, Toronto Each year Canada’s 100 Best comes out with a run-down of the country’s 100 most outstanding dining spots and a selection […]

Eataly Flatiron’s Manzo Restaurant Collaborates With Chef Akshay Bhardwaj of Junoon

By Emma Reynolds

Eataly Flatiron, the iconic Italian marketplace, has recently extended its unique chef collaboration series at Manzo, the space’s casual butcher restaurant, for a deep dive into creative and delicious cuisine in New York City. Titled From New York to New York, the program focuses on bringing together local chefs, producers and charities for an immersive and educational gastronomic experience uniting great […]

Missoni Family Cookbook: Inside the Fashion Icon’s Kitchen

By Lauren Hill

Vibrant color and unmistakable style are characteristics the Missoni name is celebrated for, but to those who know the family, their passion for cooking and entertaining follows closely behind. Now, you can experience this side to the Missoni lifestyle by delving into the collection of recipes that have been created to suit each season and every celebratory occasion. Son of […]

Chefs to Watch in Latin America Right Now

By Lauren Hill & Will Grice

Following on from our piece about the best restaurant openings in Latin America, Elite Traveler has put together a list of nine Latin America chefs who are set for stardom over the next 12 months. Xavier Pacheco Comederia Fonda Urbana, Puerto Rico A chef that’s said to be spearheading the farm-to-table dining scene in Puerto Rico, Xavier Pacheco has attracted widespread […]

Stay at Ruinart’s One-Bedroom Pop-up Hotel in London

By Lauren Hill

This summer, the first champagne house to have been founded, Maison Ruinart, will host a one-bedroom pop-up hotel in Primrose Hill, London. Open for just a limited time in July, the pop-up will see the transformation of a discreet London setting into a creative interpretation of Maison Ruinart that’s been designed in collaboration with creative director Tom Hingston. Named after […]

Michelin-Starred Chefs Create Collaborative Playlist for Restaurant Story

By Lauren Hill

Earlier this month, renowned chef Tom Sellers relaunched his Michelin-starred, award-winning dining spot Restaurant Story following an extensive renovation that simultaneously marked a transformation in the experience you have here. Not only has the restaurant undergone a complete redesign, the renovation has also signified the arrival of a new culinary concept and dining experience – a part of this re-imagined […]

The Best Hotel Restaurants in London

By Lauren Hill & Will Grice

For the Elite Traveler the opportunity to stay in a hotel with an amazing restaurant is a special one. Far too many luxury hotels let themselves down at the final hurdle by offering sub-par food, but for those finding themselves jetting off to the English capital we have rounded up 12 of the best hotel restaurants in the city. From […]

Wolfgang Puck Talks 35 Years Of Chinois on Main

By Arun Kakar

Wolfgang Puck talks to Elite Traveler about staying on the top of the fine dining game and what it’s like to cook for the stars Despite owning over 25 fine dining establishments worldwide, an elite “à la minute” catering division and a product line bearing his name, Wolfgang Puck is not yet content to rest on the laurels of his […]

This Year’s Best Restaurant Openings in Paris

By Lauren Hill & Will Grice

It’s not secret that Paris has some of the world’s best restaurants, but with a city whose culture is so steeped in tradition and offers some of the greatest classical kitchen training on the planet, it may come as a surprise that Paris is still working towards innovation in the kitchen. Whether that’s trying to beat Italy at their own […]

Restaurant Review: Bryn Williams at Somerset House, London

By Lauren Hill

With the opening of renowned Welsh chef Bryn Williams’ first London restaurant in a decade—within the historic landmark and arts hub Somerset House, no less—we paid the new dining venue a visit to try his veg-centric take on modern British cuisine. It’s early evening on the first day of summer heat when I come by to eat at the new […]