Foodies Who Brunch

If breakfast is the most important meal of the day, then brunch is undoubtedly the most important meal of the week. That time between breakfast and lunch when tastes are heightened and hunger resurfaces, there are few things that beat a midday meal. Next time you travel, satiate your appetite and get yourself familiar with our roundup of the world’s best brunch spots.

A Gastronomic Adventure

Blurring the lines between cuisine and concept, immersive dining destinations have been popping up at all corners of the world. Challenging our expectations and perceptions with quirky food, exclusive settings and avant-garde theatrics, this week The Edit uncovers five destinations that do dining a little differently.

Michelin Goes Country

Today’s metropolitan cities are saturated with Michelin-starred restaurants. Their prominence and infallible quality creates a self-reinforcing cycle that sees us continuously visiting the same sites. This week, however, The Edit explores those undiscovered, rural Michelin diamonds worth visiting on your next countryside tour. They may not have the celebrity reputation, but they will certainly leave you wondering why you hadn’t stopped by sooner.

Pâtisserie Perfection: A Definitive List

Once exclusively synonymous with French and Belgium bakeries, the term pâtisserie has since transcended European shores and brought oh-so-sweet destinations to dessert lovers all over the world. From Paris to Japan and cronuts to eclairs, this is a collection of pâtisseries that far surpass the pinnacle of indulgence.

Best Hidden Bars around the World

Coming into prominence during the prohibition era in the United States, the speakeasies of today are synonymous with hidden entrances, 1920s glamour and extensive cocktail lists. Finding one of these underground drinking dens might not be as difficult as it used to be, but the rewards are just as high. This week in The Edit we’ve put together a list of our favourite secret bars around the world for you to discover.

Art & Culture: Kyoto, Paris, LA and Rome

Take a moment to escape the modern technologies of today and go back to the basics of what culture used to be about: art, architecture, history and tradition. With our faces peeled to our mobile phones while we rush to catch the next bus to work, sometimes we fail to see the beautiful history that surrounds us. This week’s The Edit dives into some of the greatest cultural hubs the world has to offer and reminds of our precious heritage that has led us to the modern-day, fast-paced and innovation-driven world we live in today.

Best New London Restaurant Openings

Living in one of the most fast-paced cities in the world, there are endless new things to do and see every day. Unfortunately this also means a lot of great finds stay under the radar and go amiss, so we have compiled a list of this month’s absolute must-try new openings that will provide a breath of fresh air, intrigue you and most importantly, tantalise your taste buds.

Best Sydney Restaurants

Taking a culinary tour of sun-kissed Sydney, we explore some of the best eateries high and low; from skyscraper hotspots to colonial countryside gardens to subterranean tabernas. Each specialising in different areas, these restaurants offer innovative techniques, unique flavours and magnificent settings, making them an experience not to be missed on your next visit to Australia.

Petersham Nurseries Opens in Covent Garden

After the astounding success of London favourite Petersham Nurseries in Richmond, a second branch of the much-loved nursery, shop and café has arrived in Covent Garden, Central London. The new opening includes a home and garden shop, a delicatessen, wine cellar and florist, with two restaurants and a bar to come in the new year.

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