Features - Maître d’

maître d’ - Le Grill, The Diplomatic Club, Doha

Nestled in the majestic Diplomatic Club, Doha’s grill purists are flocking here to feast on choice cuts and delicately balanced continental flavours.

maître d’ - Koy Shunka, Spain

Intersecting the spirit of Japan with prime Spanish produce, chef Hideki Matsuhisa welcomes a gastro-centric crowd at Barcelona’s upscale Japanese kappo restaurant Koy Shunka. El Bulli’s Ferran Adrià is one of the regulars.

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maître d’ - ASKA, New York

Set in Brooklyns hip Williamsburg area, ASKA by Swedish-born chef Fredrik Berselius embraces the New Nordic Cuisine movement using locally sourced produce.

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maître d’ - Tawlet Ammiq, Lebanon

With a menu designed and presented entirely by local farmers, Tawlet Ammiq – an eco-friendly eatery in the heart of Lebanon's 'bread basket' – dishes up the country's most authentic grub.

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maître d’ - Secret Garden, Bodrum

Secret Garden is a fine-dining restaurant with an enviable location on the coast of the Aegean, with a menu specialising in French cuisine.

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maître d’ - Choices, Oryx Rotana, Doha

Friday brunch is big in Doha, and Choices at Oryx Rotana serves one of the best, with live jazz and an ever-changing, extensive selection of dishes.

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maître d’ - Sharky's, Yangon

Introducing the concept of slow food to Myanmar, Sharky's is famed for its local, organically grown and manufactured products, including artisan breads, a wide variety of cheeses, cold cuts, yogurts, eggs, fruit, and vegetables.

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maître d’ - Pollen Street Social, London

Gordon Ramsay’s protégé Jason Atherton made a bold move away from Ramsay’s Maze concept, striking out on his own with a unique idea – a British ‘social eating’ spot. It’s proved a massive hit in London.

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maître d’ - Yum Yum, Doha

In a city with a dazzling array of 5-star hotels offering up cuisines from the four corners of the globe, a restaurant with a daily menu of just 12 rotating European-inspired items is causing a culinary stir.

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maître d’ - Ultraviolet by Paul Pairet, Shanghai

French avant-garde chef Paul Pairet’s bold new restaurant indulges more than just tastebuds: each night in this windowless room at an undisclosed Shanghai address, 10 diners get to go on a gastronomic journey unlike any other.

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