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Restaurant tips from all over the world. After all, there is nothing like a fine meal or an encouraging brunch in an appealing restaurant.

Gastronomy is an eternally exciting and important topic. Daily…

Here are our restaurant reviews, which are not included in the Gourmet or Gault-Millau segment. But are still worth a visit:

Funny thing about those beach clubs on Ibiza. On the one hand, they strike me as totally trendy and inviting, but then… do you really need that booming bass to go with the delicious seabass? Well, if you don’t go, you’ll never know. So, we went, and here you have the result: our Ibiza beach club ranking.

It’s no secret that foodies go for Ibiza cuisine. We asked around to get a line on some restaurants that were not just palate-pleasers but also had good vibes. Here we share six eateries culled from those recommended to us that we checked out for ourselves:

Recently, local.ch extended invitations for a meet-and-eat of food bloggers at George Bar & Grill in Zurich, Switzerland. Since a good meal also falls into the “lifestyle” category, the renowned food bloggers from Harry’s Ding and Das Filet were joined by a few fashion and lifestyle bloggers. Personally, having up to that point only socialized at similar events for travel bloggers, I was stoked about the new mix…

The island of Sylt is justly renowned for its high-flying culinary offerings. Even in restaurants without stars and toques we feasted exceptionally well. Still, we did not want to deprive ourselves of dining in one of the gourmet establishments. We chose Alexandro Pape’s Fährhaus, known for a kitchen that is “worth its salt”.

Currywurst (curry sausage) is legend in Berlin and you might say that makes it the city’s culinary emblem. But Berlin in the last few years has turned into a true culinary hot spot and lately it is hotel restaurants that have come into the limelight. We let the following hotels dish up their best for us…

The Fairmont Le Montreux Palace Hotel is one of the leading hotels along the Swiss Riviera on Lake Geneva. Here visitors can enjoy a relaxed and jazzy atmosphere outside of the legendary Jazz Festival – namely in the restaurant Montreux Jazz Café. We let ourselves get inspired…

Every Sunday there is a brunch of colossal proportions in Montreux: If 120 guests are served during a “normal” Sunday brunch, then this could easily increase to a good 450 on Easter Brunch. We decided to figure out how that isn’t a problem at all for food & beverage manager Michel Fouque…

For the finale of Gstaad’s three-day Travel Blogger Events, they really knocked one out of the park. We had a chance to partake of a jewel of a restaurant well off the beaten path in Saanen’s historic village center. What we didn’t know beforehand: behind it was the Buchs restaurateur and catering family, renowned for how adept they are behind their pans…

Venture into Amsterdam’s ‘de Wallen’ quarter, also known as the red light district, in order to find the Anna restaurant. Among other. The gourmet restaurant is located in two spectacularly renewed monumental buildings and offers relaxed yet stylish and tasty fine dining. Here’s what we had for dinner…

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