There’s never been a better time for dining in Tokyo, a staggering megalopolis with nearly 200,000 restaurants to serve the 9.2 million souls inside the city's central wards. Curated by Melinda Joe
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Humble flames from the North

The unique restaurant experience in Stockholm's city centre where all food is cooked over open fire pits. By Per Meurling

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Glenmorangie House

the calling of the Scottish Highlands

A short stint in the Scottish Highlands turns into a culinary dream come true for author Per Meurling - endless amounts of whisky and the finest Haggis of the country included.

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In the Norwegian capital fine-dining, in the traditional sense of the word, is practically extinct. Instead, the neighbourhood restaurant has never been hotter. Curated by Anders Husa.
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Portugal's iconic dishes, historical recipes, and bountiful natural ingredients are the subject of renewed focus, and at the centre of it all lies beautiful Lisbon. Curated by Miguel Andrade.
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It took a while for Czech people to re-embrace their native foods after the end of communism but in the past ten years, grandma's cooking has become cool again. Curated by Taste of Prague.
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NOMA 2.0

The age of vegetables

Vegetable season at the world's most famous fine dining restaurant. A story of mould tacos, bee larvae and the simplest petits fours ever served.

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A midsummer night's dream

Sublime food cooked over open fires in the magical setting of a Swedish summer forest. No electricity. No running water. One night at the countryside cabin hotel Stedsans in the Woods. By Per Meurl

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