Nobu Fifty-Seven

We were given the best booth in the house, with full view of the who’s who in the Upper East Side

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Seb’On

Sat atop the city in the neighbourhood I lived while in Paris, known as a tourist trap full of creperies and overpriced bistros, is Seb’On – the best culinary experience I had while living in the city of light. Since its opening, the restuarant has garnered a reputation for being one of the best restaurants in…

Avoca Café, Suffolk St.

I cannot summarise my adoration for this place in a blog post but I will certainly try, and start by making a very bold, vehement statement. This is the best breakfast and lunch in the city. Do not let anyone tell you different. While I may be a little biased – having spent much of my pre and…

Sophie’s @ The Dean and Sister Angelina’s.

If you’re in Dublin for a short trip, and haven’t the motherload in your bank account for one of the city’s 5* hotels, The Dean on Harcourt St is the next best thing. It is an ultra cool and very chic hotel in the centre of city that sits on one of Dublin’s busiest nightlife hubs. Get a bunk room…

The Smith

My first Manhattan brunch (the previous ones having been held in Brooklyn), and accompanied by a friend who had flown in from Dubai for the weekend, I was very ready and very hungry for my feed post-Dead Rabbit debauchery. Both of us sporting bedheads and headaches, we sauntered up to The Smith minus reservation, plus empty bellies,…