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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.

Charlie’s at Brown’s Hotel Review: A Return to British Roots

By Alex Martin

Adam Byatt has earned a Michelin star for his excellent work on the outskirts of London, but he returns to the center of town to take over a site – Brown’s Hotel – where the great Heinz Beck failed to flourish. Elite Traveler was invited to review Byatt’s new restaurant, Charlie’s, in its first month of service. There was excitement […]

Dorado Beach Culinary Getaway Line-up Revealed

By Alex Martin

Celebrity chef José Andrés returns to Dorado Beach, a Ritz-Carlton Reserve, this October with some of the world’s most creative culinary minds for the third annual Culinary Getaway. The lush oceanfront sanctuary in Puerto Rico once again plays host for a one-of-a-kind gastronomic weekend filled with interactive cooking demonstrations, exclusive oceanfront dinners and a truly memorable culinary and cultural experience. […]

The World’s Best New Restaurants For October

By Alex Martin

In this latest article in an ongoing series, Elite Traveler brings you a carefully-curated list of the best new restaurants for October. As summer fades into the distant past, we also say goodbye to the plethora of pop-ups and al fresco experiences. However, chefs around the globe continue to work on exciting new concepts for the fall and winter. In […]

Franco’s Restaurant Reopens After Extensive Redesign

By Alex Martin

Franco’s, a longstanding stalwart of London’s dining scene, celebrates the approach of its 75th anniversary with the completion of an extensive redesign that throws one of the city’s oldest Italian restaurants into the modern era. The first incarnation of the restaurant opened on Jermyn Street in 1945. Although it has been serving Italian food ever since, its fortunes changed 15 […]

Obsession 2020: Full Chef Line-up Revealed

By Alex Martin

Twenty-four chefs with a combined total of 22 Michelin stars will ensure Obsession celebrates its 20th edition in illustrious style. The full line-up for next year’s event at Northcote revealed a mix of culinary legends and up-and-coming starlets. From January 24 to February 9, a selection of the most renowned chefs in the world will descend upon the Michelin-starred restaurant […]

Papadakis Review: Athenian Cuisine at its Finest

By Alex Martin

Papadakis Restaurant may not be among the handful of Athenian eateries to boast a Michelin star, but it is arguably one of the best places to experience authentic Greek cuisine in this food-centric capital city. Sitting on the foothills of Mount Lucabettus in the upmarket area of Kolonaki, Papadakis offers respite from the hustle and bustle of Athens and boasts […]

Matthew Hurry Wins Young Chef of the Year 2019

By Alex Martin

Matthew Hurry has been named M Restaurants’ Young Chef of the Year 2019 following a summer-long competition involving 16 of the United Kingdom’s biggest culinary talents. Hurry, a 26-year-old sous chef at Hotel Café Royal’s Laurent restaurant in London was announced as the winner of the coveted award last week during a night of celebration at the renowned M Victora […]

The Best Restaurants to Visit in September

By Alex Martin

The summer months may be behind us but there is still plenty to look forward to in 2019. A number of high-profile chefs are hard at work to bring new restaurants and fresh concepts to life before the decade is out. Here, we take a look at some of the best restaurants for September. In this month’s feature, we travel […]

The 9 Best Restaurants in Miami

By Elite Traveler

It may be inconceivable today, but once upon a time, Miami ’s dining scene was not well-regarded. More often than not, diners were left unimpressed by the quality of cuisine, price and service offered by the city’s establishments. However, Miami’s culinary reputation has undergone a welcome renaissance in the last two decades. The city now features a wealth of internationally […]

Heritage Review: Elevated Fondue Arrives in London

By Alex Martin

There is usually a good reason why local delicacies stay local, but in the case of Swiss cuisine, the lack of exported eateries is baffling. After all, what’s not to love about a pot of molten cheese, or cooking your own beef fillet? Yet only this summer has London welcomed its first ‘modern Swiss-inspired restaurant’ in the form of Heritage. […]