Culinary events and and exciting new restaurants continually pop up worldwide, but some undoubtedly stand out above the rest. Here’s our pick of the world’s best places to eat in November, from Northern California to an ice cave in Canada and the verdant Winelands of South Africa.
The Landmark Mandarin Oriental
The Michelin-starred culinary director of the Landmark Mandarin Oriental in Hong Kong, Richard Ekkebus, has announced the latest edition in the hotel’s series of Four Hands Dinners. On November 5th and 6th, Ekkebus will be joined by Italian chef Luca Fantin of Il Ristorante – Luce Fantin in Tokyo to create a one-of-a-kind meal at the hotel’s highly acclaimed restaurant Amber. The two-night culinary event continues on from a recent collaborative dinner between the two chefs in Tokyo when they paired their French and Italian techniques with Japanese ingredients. At this dinner, expect dishes like a savory passion fruit macaron with oyster, and white alba truffles shaved over a celeriac millefeuille, granny smith gel celeriac mousseline and emulsion. You can also opt for wine pairing.