Kaspar’s at The Savoy

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The Savoy Hotel is one of the most iconic establishments in London and continues to ride the hospitality waves 90 years after it first opened. To keep up with the time the entire hotel underwent an extensive renovation headed by renowned interior designer Pierre-Yves Rochon. Right at the heart of the hotel is the Kaspar's... Read more »

Six Seven Restaurant

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Seattle is a foodie’s paradise: it offers everything, from the fantastic fish tacos of Pike Place Market, to fresh Pacific North-Western oysters, seafood and pretty much anything you want to try. And you’d be forgiven for exploring the local restaurants rather than delving into a hotel to find your dining venue of choice. Yet, it’s... Read more »

Fiola Mare

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Fiola Mare is located in the trendy and elegant Georgetown neighbourhood in Washington, D.C. The restaurant sits along the Potomac River, serving fresh and delicious seafood to locals and visitors alike. Fiola Mare is part of Fabio Trabocchi’s restaurant dynasty, which also includes the Michelin-starred Fiola, Casa Luca, Sfoglina, and the newly-opened Del Mare. While... Read more »

Daphne’s

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I was travelling with my trusty travelling companion Cheeky and this time we were staying at the gorgeous 5 star hotel ‘The House’ on the exotic island of Barbados. Of course behind every great hotel there is a great restaurant and the restaurant in question was Daphne’s which is linked with the ‘Daphne’s’ restaurant back... Read more »

Murtaröl of St. Moritz

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Skicool had arranged for us to have dinner at the gorgeous seafood restaurant Murtaröl just 13 minutes drive from St. Moritz on the Lake Silsersee. The building dates back to 1880 but was bought by the family in 1951 and eventually converted to the restaurant that it is today back in 1982. Antonio Walther has... Read more »

Outlaws at The Capital

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Ah, the fish pun, a longstanding feature of British comedy. If anyone has heard them all, it’s probably Nathan Outlaw, champion of ecologically sourced British seafood and executive chef of one Michelin star restaurant Outlaws at The Capital Hotel, Knightbridge. I bet it gives him quite a haddock. I’ll try to resist. The design of... Read more »

Kaspars Seafood Bar and Grill,The Savoy Hotel

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Sitting just off The Strand, The Savoy Hotel’s impressive façade is flanked on either side by topiary representations of the hotel’s mascot, Kaspar the cat, a charming relic from the hotel’s long history as one of London’s top hotels. The original Kaspar is an elegant Art Deco sculpture by Basil Ionides, created in 1926 to... Read more »