The Jamaica Tourist Board has announced its latest webinar series, ‘Cook Something Bold Today’. The events will explore the cuisine of the island and highlight its enticing gastronomic experiences.
Emirates Palace has confirmed the appointment of Tom Kooij as the new director of food and beverage at the property. With over 12 years of experience on the culinary scene, he brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to spearhead the department.
This World Food Day, Emirates has committed to reducing food waste by 35 per cent across its central operations in Dubai. Around one-third of all food grown in the world goes to waste and landfill.
BBQ Al Qasr in Abu Dhabi has reopened, welcoming back guests to its idyllic beachside setting with a luxurious al fresco dining experience and a breezy ambiance.
Singapore Airlines has launched a series of new experiences to tide passengers over while they wait for the return of normal operations in the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic.
The premium Italian restaurant now has a stunning new seafront terrace offering golden sunsets in a laid-back, lounge-style setting – and delicious views of the Arabian Gulf and the Dubai skyline.
A unique culinary offering will be a vital component of any successful hospitality business in the post Covid-19 world, Jumeirah Hotels chief executive, José Silva, has argued.
A brand-new Mexican restaurant is looking to shake up the culinary scene in Dubai from its location on the Palm Jumeirah. Palm West Beach now has a new addition – Señor Pico.
Inspired by the beaches of Seminyak and Canggu, Koko Bay will bring laidback vibes to Dubai, serving up fresh seafood, sunset DJ sets and a perfect Instagram backdrop.
Marks & Spencer, the quintessential British brand, has confirmed it will launch a pop-up shop in the Nakheel Mall.
Dukes the Palm, a Royal Hideaway Hotel, has launched offers for Eid Al Adha. The deal includes a Deluxe Room, access to the exclusive private beach and infinity pool at the hotel.
One of my happiest memories is from a vacation in Italy a few years ago. I spent two weeks traveling through the Tuscan countryside on a Vespa, stopping off in village coffee shops each day. I was living the dream, Italian style. Although I’ve forgotten the names of most of the villages I traveled through, I will never forget the anise biscotti I had in one of the cafés on the route!