Dining, fine or otherwise, sometimes comes with a side-order of shrieks, especially if you are at one of the world’s most haunted restaurants. You may get more than just frightfully good food. If you fancy enjoying a meal that comes with the possibility of otherworldly encounters, these are the establishments at which to do it.
From Denmark and Thailand to Spain and France, we’ve crisscrossed the globe to find the best-rated restaurants for 2019. This year, Mirazur located in Menton, France, took top honours when it was announced as the world’s best restaurant and Chef Mauro Colagreco couldn’t be happier. If travelling the globe in search of the world’s best food is your idea of fun, you should absolutely visit one of these best restaurants in the world.
Milan may be the fashion capital of the world, but Rome is definitely the food capital. If you’re a foodie who loves to travel, Italy definitely has to be at the top of your list of dream culinary destinations. With a rich heritage spanning thousands of years, Italy’s capital city, Rome, is not only breathtakingly beautiful, but it sure to provide a culinary experience that you won’t forget for many years to come. Here are the 6 best restaurants in Rome.
Cities come in all shapes and sizes, and for the most part, we tend to imagine a large, sprawling metropolis that’s made up mostly of concrete and smog when we picture a city. But this isn’t always the case, and some cities have gone to extraordinary lengths to ensure that they are not just visually appealing, but also clean and welcoming.
If the idea of serving up a roast chicken or a 3-course meal to your friends or family strikes you as boring, then you need to think out the box a little. There are loads of dinner party ideas with a difference, and if you’re a little creative, you can come up with something quite spectacular, and memorable too!Continue reading
Each passing year brings with it a slew of delicious, unique, and even downright strange health food trends and movements – and 2019 is no different. From oat milk to CBD oil, there are plenty of up and coming new delicacies to keep an eye out for this year, so read on to find out what you should be stocking your pantry with!
In order to determine the biggest trends in tech for 2019, we must first define what we mean by trend. According to research and advisory company, Gartner, a strategic trend in technology is defined as having substantial disruptive potential and is on the verge of having a broader impact on a global scale. With that in mind, we look at the biggest trends in tech for 2019.Continue reading
Vintage has been a big buzzword in fashion circles for some time, but now there’s a new trend on the block, and upcycling is taking over. This ever-growing trend is one that sees avid fashionistas repurpose and breathe new life into old garments that otherwise would have been tossed aside, or ended up in a landfill.
In recent years there has been an increased focus on the amount of waste clothing creates, and how a huge mount of fashion is simply disposable, or throw away. With an increasing focus on sustainability and going green, the idea that so much clothing ends up going to waste is simply unacceptable to many.Continue reading
Automation is a new era of technological advancement that is set to have a massive impact on the way many of us approach our work lives.
With modern machine learning coupled alongside physical machines, many millions are expected to be removed from the workplace and replaced by robots, which is expected to become especially prevalent within the fast food and transportation industry.Continue reading
We live in a world full of overwhelmingly impressive man-made historical wonders, and, over the hundreds of thousands of years of human history, we’ve managed to produce some really amazing things.
The story these ruins tell is part of us, and they hint at an understanding of our commonality, history and power. They reveal how we have developed and what prompted our adaption, and are places that simply have to be experienced.Continue reading