Archive for April, 2014

Noma chef René Redzepi on Copenhagen

April 3, 2014

Noma’s co-founder on the best spots in Copenhagen to walk, take the kids and eat the odd meal, too Copenhagen feels like one of the sleepiest capitals in Europe. A million people live here but everything’s relaxed, nobody’s in a rush and it’s very safe. It’s very easy to find a big space, and there’s […]

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Interactive map: Britain’s best budget restaurants

April 3, 2014

Over the last two years, we have been looking for the best cheap eats on offer in Britain, and here’s a map of our progress so far. For the full listings, see our Britain’s best budget eats archive. For more interactive travel maps, click here

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Game, set and matching hotel: Andy Murray’s Cromlix, Dunblane

April 3, 2014

The tennis star has bought a country house hotel near his home town of Dunblane which reopens today in opulent style, with a restaurant overseen by Albert Roux of Gavroche fame. We get a sneak preview What, I wondered as I wound my way up the tree-lined drive to Cromlix, swerving to avoid the pheasants […]

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Three days in Bruny Island, Tasmania travel guide

April 3, 2014

Where to stay, eat and visit on a trip to Bruny Island: a long weekend spent hiking rugged coastlines and tasting (very) local products on the Tasmanian island Nungwi Village Standing 3,000km from Antarctica, Bruny might as well be the end of the earth. The small island, situated at the southern point of Tasmania, is […]

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Avenue: restaurant review

April 3, 2014

Down and dirty Americana arrives off Piccadilly the only trouble is, they’re not very good at it Avenue, 79 St James’s Street, London SW1 (020 7321 2111). Meal for two, including drinks and service, £150 St James’s Street off London’s Piccadilly is home to businesses selling absolutely nothing anybody could ever need. It is a […]

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Menton: the French Riviera’s unknown corner

April 3, 2014

Menton, a sleepy town on the edge of the Côte d’Azur with marked Italian influences, is coming up trumps for foodies I am eating oysters with shallot cream and a delicate pear sauce at Mirazur, a two-Michelin-starred restaurant on the French Riviera. The glass-fronted restaurant perches on a hillside with breathtaking views over the beach, […]

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Top 10 budget restaurants, bars and cafes in Liverpool

April 3, 2014

Liverpool is known for its music and football but the food scene is vibrant, too. This budget eats guide to the city highlights a raft places where you can eat well for under £10 Arts space and cafe LEAF was included in Guardian Travel’s first "budget eats" guide to Liverpool, in 2008, and is still […]

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Hidden gems in Madrid: readers’ travel tips

April 3, 2014

A market in a museum, an arthouse cinema, great eateries, rooftop bars, a hidden spa, and even a bilingual pub quiz. There’s lots of great ways to enjoy Madrid like a local To add a tip for next week and be in with a chance of winning a £200 hotels.com voucher, go to Guardian Witness You wouldn’t realise […]

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Le Langhe: restaurant review

April 3, 2014

This York venue may look ordinary enough, but the food on offer is absolutely out of this world Le Langhe, Peasholme Green, York (01904 622 584). Meal for two, including drinks and service: £60-£100

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Hauser & Wirth Somerset the next Guggenheim?

April 3, 2014

Zurich, New York, London Somerset? That’s right, by summer 2014 the farm you see below will have been transformed into a futuristic gallery and the next big thing in the art world A roofless, stone dovecote stands, sentry-like, on a hill an unusual, evocative landmark for the quiet, historic Somerset town of Bruton. The river […]

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