Q: What is it? A: A pop-up restaurant on the Stockholm Opera House rooftop. It will become the playground for some of the top chefs in Sweden this summer and early fall. The story so far: Huge Swedish home appliance manufacturer finances a pop-up restaurant concept. Until now, Milan, London and Stockholm have been graced [...]
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Q: What is it? A: An Italian embassy in Soho with fantastic pasta and an outstanding waiter. The fat of the land: Linguine with spider crab, tomato and basil. Dessert Sicilian style; a chocolate marzipan ball with rum and raisins in it. Brick building on 12 Archer Street, Soho. That’s where it’s at. I don’t know [...]
No information. No messages. No announcements. The staff were just shaking their heads, offering no more info than what all travellers already knew: Flight JKK049 was delayed. Bad door. Bad, bad door! One of the emergency slides were malfunctioning. Not much troubleshooting needed. But it took Spanair an amazing 4.5 hours to figure out that [...]
It’s Itsu. Today there are three of them, found at Canary Wharf, Soho and here at the ‘original’ location in Chelsea. There are also 16 shops, all located in the London area. Info you’ll find if you google Itsu… It opened in 1997, in the corner of Draycott Avenue and Walton Street in Chelsea. This [...]
Discovering this made my day. Being featured as Site of the Week at the Travellife.se travel forum. Not only was my name correctly spelled but their motivation was stellar as well. I won’t bang my own drum too much, (as I know that shameless self-promotion may bore you), I just want to say Thank you! [...]
Airlines rarely surprise me in a positive way these days. But flying from Stockholm to Amman via Istanbul made me a fan of Turkish Airlines. Flights were on time, the staff was rather efficient and the food… Do you see the porcelain tray? Do you see the cutlery? It’s not made of plastic! Plus, it [...]