(La Nación) Te compraste un pasaje en una aerolínea low cost, lo mandaste a tu tarjeta de crédito en 12 cuotas (obvio), viajaste en transporte público desde el aeropuerto hasta tu alojamiento pero, a pesar de todos los ajustes meticulosos, igual no te alcanza la plata para comer en un restaurante que rankea en la […]
(The Independent) Argentina’s wine-making capital Mendoza (the name of the city and the province) is a welcome indulgence at any time of year. Dozens of bodegas(wineries) open their cellar doors year round to offer up tastings, paired lunches or picnics among vineyards, many in the shadow of the Andes’ handsome peaks. Besides its wine-making heritage, Mendoza – officially one […]
(N by Norwegian) Argentina’s northwestern wine-producing region has historically been overshadowed by Mendoza as Argentina’s primary wine-producing region. But its industry is growing – bringing new life and tourism to one of South America’s most stunning destinations. Published in N by Norwegian’s October 2019 edition.
(Decanter) One day he’s tasting Malbec berries from Mendoza’s highest vineyard, the next he’s armed with a spade shovelling skins out of a stainless steel tank, naked from the waist up to cope with Mendoza’s intense summer heat. ‘I always lose weight during harvest,’ says Alejandro Sejanovich. ‘The vintage diet is the best!’ Sejanovich is […]
(Condé Nast Traveller) Ana Roš, owner of Slovenia’s restaurant Hiša Franko, named World’s Best Female Chef in 2017, shares her top kitchen finds CHILLIES FROM THAILAND ‘Thai food has to be some of my favourite in the world – it’s colourful and intense, and goes from sweet to sour to spicy. While I don’t really […]
(Fine Dining Lovers) “I never dreamed I’d take my pastrami, one of Jewish cuisine’s most famous dishes, to New York,” says chef Tomás Kalika, who is just days away from popping up with his restaurant Mishiguene at Manhattan’s Intersect by Lexus for four months from 8 September. Starting out as a dishwasher with no formal culinary training, Kalika notched up a […]
(Fine Dining Lovers) How is taking fine dining and gastronomy at 3,656 meters above the sea? Meet chef Marsia Taha from Gustu, now preparing meals at Kachi Lodge in Salar de Uyuni. First it broke the glass ceiling to become Bolivia’s first fine-dining restaurant that dealt with only Bolivian ingredients in an initiative spearheaded by Claus […]
(Insight Guides) The narrowest country in the world packs a punch when it comes to natural attractions. From north to south, Chile’s diverse terrain includes lunar landscapes, rolling hills, volcanoes and snow-capped mountains. Here is our guide to where to see Chile’s most stunning natural attractions. Moonscapes in the Atacama Desert Northern Chile’s spectacular Atacama […]