Every destination has its flavour. From Milan to Mumbai, Marrakech to Maui, let us take your taste buds on an extraordinary journey around the world.
New Orleans meets New York City at this warm, charming restaurant in the Flatiron District. Belly up to the bar to enjoy chef Todd Mitgang’s playful, hearty cuisine that winks at the American South—think fried alligator, Louisiana redfish, spicy wild gulf shrimp—while sipping a house favourite, the pickled martini.
@Four Seasons Hotel Toronto's Chocolate "Poutine" features churros with cinnamon sugar, marshmallows, caramelized pecans, Valrhona 70% Dark Chocolate sauce, maple caramel sauce and maple pecan & whisky sauce. Need we say more?
Set against the colourful, evocative and rich tapestry of Istanbul, @Four Seasons Hotel Istanbul at the Bosphorus executive chef Sebastiano Spriveri shares his love for three simple ingredients: olive oil, sumac and yogurt.
The perfect vacation—and culinary destination. Home to three gourmet restaurants and two luxurious lounges, Four Seasons Hualalai is proud to house not only incredible restaurants, but world-class chefs as well.
Looking for some of Bali's most healthy and flavourful fare? With a focus on locally sourced, sustainable and organic ingredients, Bali Buda is one of Ubud’s most popular restaurants. The adjoining health food shop, stocked with fresh breads, nut butters, oils, vegetable crisps and other healthful snacks, has also earned a loyal following.
Mexico City's hip Condesa neighbourhood is home to Rojo Bistrot, a restaurant known for its contemporary French and Italian. Try fall-off-the-bone duck confit with passion-fruit sauce or panko-coconut-crusted salmon with a not-too-sweet blueberry glaze - and save room for the crisply caramelised tarte Tatin.
Beijing restaurant Cai Yi Xuan takes dim sum to new heights by gilding Chinese staples with Western sheen: Century eggs are marbled, bamboo shoots are smoked, foie gras wallows in a puddle of golden Shaoxing wine, and fragrant vegetable dumplings are laced with black truffle.
Culina's JC Burger is quickly becoming famous among Los Angelenos. It's comprised of ground short rib crowned with Maytag blue cheese, both caramelized and crispy onions, house special sauce and tomato, all served between two slices of house-made rosemary ciabatta. Click through for the recipe.
French classics meet Vietnamese cuisine at Austin's Elizabeth Street Café. Sip chicory-laced Vietnamese coffee or sit down to a genuine feast of artfully presented fare like the lip-smacking kaffir-lime-laced fried chicken bahn mi, and a rice vermicelli bowl with crispy Gulf snapper.
Have a taste for tequila? Let @Four Seasons Resort Punta Mita, Mexico's tequila sommelier take you through the aromas, tastings and varieties of any of the more than 125 different varieties available at the Resort. Salud!
Big and gregarious, Atlanta's The Optimist specialises in American seafood of the most pristine quality. Try the red snapper in a lime broth with herb salad, and the spicy glazed octopus with watermelon and coriander.
For some of the best Cajun and Creole cooking outside Louisiana, served with warmth and swagger in a handsome split-level dining room, head to Washington DC's Acadiana. Try the blackened redfish or snapper amandine.
With a strong focus on locally sourced seafood @Four Seasons Resort Koh Samui, Thailand's new restaurant KOH Thai Kitchen & Bar menu includes items like local oysters with hot tamarind leaves, crispy shallots, garlic and lime and tom kati talay coconut soup with seafood, tamarind and kaffir lime leaves (pictured).
Il Santo Bevitore's youthful energy and constantly changing menus make it one of the most engaging places in Florence's student-filled Sanfrediano quarter. It’s where you trust them to bring you the best, all at a remarkably fair price.
@Four Seasons Resort Chiang Mai's Khao Soi Gai has been described as a “party in your mouth,” covering all the taste sensations from sweet, to salty, sour, bitter and spicy. Click through for the recipe.
Meet the signature dessert at @Four Seasons Hotel Toronto's Café Boulud: The Grapefruit Givré: sorbet served in a frozen grapefruit with halva floss and bits of Turkish delight. Unforgettable in looks and taste.
Fresh produce and high-quality meat are the cornerstones of Chef Neil Perry's menu at Sydney's Rockpool Bar and Grill, which features dishes like this colourful beetroot salad and a shortcrust beef and Guiness pie with mushy peas.
Freshly baked pastries are a local favourite at Macau's Café Ou Mun, a spot known for its authentic breakfast fare. For something quick, grab a freshly baked pastry or slice of cake (coconut is the top-seller).
Organic, seasonal produce adds colour and character to the stalls of Pike Place Market, an iconic Seattle spot and favourite of visiting and local foodies. Fresh seafood from the surrounding waters is another treat to discover.
Starting with a trip to a local market to pick up fresh ingredients and ending with a traditional Thai feast, @Four Seasons Resort Chiang Mai cooking classes are an experience for every epicurean's bucket list.
Sidle up to the cosy bar at Black Iron Burger in New York's East Village and try the Iron Horse, a house specialty featuring a double patty topped with horseradish Cheddar and caramelized grilled onions - an old-fashioned burger done right.
Get your mother-of-pearl spoons ready for the rich, flavourful taste of Petrossian Special Reserve Ossetra Caviar. Each tiny, briny globe is a gift from the sea. Available in Petrossian Cafes and Boutiques.
Featuring bold and unexpected flavour combinations like duck and foie gras with carrots, lavender, farro and hibiscus; Austin restaurant Barley Swine's small- to medium-size dishes are perfect for sharing.
Bäco Mercat's small plates menu has zest and intensity in every morsel, all made from the best ingredients in LA markets and California farms. Try a bäco, the signature soft bread sandwich, stuffed with anything from crispy pork belly to shrimp.