Mère Brazier Lyon! France’s food capital had long been on my list for a visit so I was glad to be able to include it as one of the final stops on my globally fancy odyssey. I started my time in town in the fanciest fashion I could muster with a trip to 2 Michelin …

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Ristorante Bertin My love and adoration of soup has been a cornerstone of this site down the years. Accordingly, it seemed fitting that the day following the announcement that the daily Lunchquest reviews would cease soon after my return to Edinburgh, I stumbled across a place in Milan offering what looked to be a soup …

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Enrico Bartolini Having enjoyed a breakfast of samples of the finest wares of Fratelli Branca at their distillery, I was in need of much lunch finery so headed to Mudec, a gallery and arts complex, which is home to the eponymous 2 Michelin restaurant of chef Enrico Bartolini. The restaurant space was on the light …

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Komi

Komi My three nights of fancy DC Michelin dining concluded at Komi. I’d had this one in the diary for a quite a while having read very strong reports when I was initially working out what I might do during my time in the nation’s capital. Komi’s style is a refined Greek-Mediterranean tasting menu. Like …

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Siren

Siren Without planning it to be like this, my time in DC turned into a little Michelin vignette with dinner each evening of my three night stay at a one star place.After truly stellar stuff at Bresca, my middle night was spent at Siren, a seafood restaurant within The Darcy hotel from chefs Robert Wiedmaier …

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