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At Bodrum Blue, veggies and grains co-star, meat makes a cameo, and the piquante flavours of Turkey take the lead. The food—a spread of beautiful things to nibble on—is unfussy. And it is versatile, meaning you can mix and match, combine flavours, switch it up. That’s the beauty of Mediterranean cuisine.
Vineet Bhatia is the first Indian chef to be awarded a Michelin star for his London restaurant, Rasoi. At Amari, Vineet has recreated some of the most-loved Indian dishes with a progressive menu dominated by colourful spices. The restaurant’s opulent interiors are an invitation to discover a cuisine that is not only inventive but also beautifully presented.
Duck Laundry honours creative chef-driven food. Behind the glass panes you can watch the cooks dish up brilliant bowls of noodles, Dim Sum and Peking Duck. The atmospheric restaurant serves Chinese food with layers of flavour and unforgettable plates that are meant for sharing.
This is not your typical resort buffet. Far from it, as a matter of fact. The ubiquitous countertop has been replaced by a maze of market-style outlets. Each corner is dedicated to a cuisine of the world–from Italy to India, and from Asia to Europe. A meal at The Palm Court is very much like embarking upon a culinary journey.
This gorgeous, contemporary café draws its soul from the typical cafés that line the streets of Milan. There’s something for every hour of the day. Come nightfall, the barista is replaced with the bartender. Drinks are poured, canapés, served. After dinner, linger a little longer with a glass of absinthe or a digestif, and why not one of those delicate and dainty pastries in their jewel-like box?
What happens when meticulously-sourced meats, wines and cigars find their way into a chic space reminiscent of a wine cellar? The answer is Prime, a gem of a steakhouse. Wine and meat. Cigars and wine. These go together like bread and butter. Or Gin and Tonic. Prime is as cozy as it is elegant, making it the perfect spot for a fancy night out or a celebratory dinner.
Umami, the savory ‘fifth taste’ is also the name of this restaurant which packs a punch. Umami is split in three: Sushi, Robatayaki and Teppanyaki. Each dish is a work of art with uniquely Japanese flavours, which, paired with a curated selection of sakés and Japanese whiskeys, will have you slipping into another dimension. The sleek decor provides just the right amount of glitz.