CHICAGO | As soon as you enter NAHA, an air of class and elegance greets you, and it quickly becomes easy to see why this restaurant is one of Chicago’s Michelin starred restaurants. NAHA is a New American fusion restaurant with strong Mediterranean, Middle Eastern, and Californian influences on their
MELBOURNE | The House of Wine & Food is a wine bar, bistro and private function space offering a uniquely European experience in the heart of Port Melbourne. Known as the Cricketer’s Arms Hotel since the 1870’s, the complete renovation and rebranding of this historical site is a breath of
MELBOURNE | Ate One Ate is a large, single room restaurant and bar located along the restaurant district of Glenferrie Road in Hawthorn. A contemporary venue offering modern Australian food with Mediterranean influence is something that has been done before, but not to this standard, and not in the suburbs.
LONDON | Situated beneath The Dalston library is Cafe Route, a bustling Middle Eastern and European inspired café and deli. Husband and wife team Melek & Murat and their business partner/longtime school friend Mehmet, all share a passion for food, and are inspired by their local surroundings and diverse backgrounds.
LONDON | Morito Hackney Road is the third restaurant from Sam & Samantha Clark of Moro and Morito on Exmouth Market fame. Unlike the Exmouth Market location, the space is here is open and relatively large, with high concrete ceilings, concrete floors, and bright lights. Yes, it’s bright and airy but
MELBOURNE | Claypots Barbarossa in Melbourne’s CBD is the fourth venue from owner and restaurateur, Renan Goksin, who’s vision is to combine Australia’s laid-back lifestyle and love for local food with European-style hospitality. Each of his Claypots venues differ in their concept and style, but all are consistent in showcasing
LOS ANGELES | There are many good reasons why Downtown’s Bäco Mercat was voted the 9th best restaurant in American by Bon Apetit in 2012. The chef driven, unpretentious eatery from Josef Centeno quite simply nails all of the things that are important. The former office space is small and relaxed,
SYDNEY | There’s a new little lunch and dinner haunt in Crows Nest that shows that Japanese food isn’t the only cuisine that can be served in motion. MediTrainean (as the pun intends) serves up quick and clean Mediterranean favourites in a delightful, light filled space on Alexander Street. The focus is
MELBOURNE | The historic Mt Erica Hotel Prahran has been revamped, and is now home to Austin’s, a Spanish and Mediterranean inspired restaurant and bar. Named after the head chef Sunny Gilbert’s son, Austin’s uses locally sourced, seasonal ingredients to create innovative shared tapas dishes and daily specials. The City