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Explore the first MICHELIN Guide dedicated to fine Cantonese food from around the world! Our selection includes Cantonese restaurants in Asia, Europe and the USA. Some have been awarded our famous Michelin Stars (from 1 to 3); others have been given a Bib Gourmand, our award for great value; and the rest are identified by the Plate, which represents a good meal. The first edition includes over 310 restaurants. Entries in English and Chinese.
Fairfield County stakes a claim to some of Connecticut's most diverse terrain, an enviable proximity to New York City, and a discerning community of food lovers driving the demand for a vibrant dining scene. The Gold Coast boasts some of the country's toniest neighborhoods, such as Greenwich and Southport, as well as the state's largest cities, including the historic port city of Norwalk, the corporate-minded Stamford, and the diverse Bridgeport. Fine dining, dense downtown dining districts, and neighborhood bodegas are equally at home along this dense and diverse corridor. Along Fairfield County's suburban center are such towns as Ridgefield, New Canaan, and Westport, whose historic Main Streets and cultural landmarks draw a family-oriented population. As a result, reclaimed taverns, farmers' markets, and upscale dining districts scattered with family-friendly options abound. At the landlocked northern fringes, quiet enclaves such as Easton, Wilton, and Newtown have large swaths of protected and undeveloped land, as well as bountiful farmland and a handful of farm-to-table restaurants.With recipes for the home cook from over fifty of the area's most celebrated restaurants and showcasing over 200 full-color photos featuring mouth-watering dishes, famous chefs, and lots of local flavor, Fairfield County Chef's Table is the ultimate gift and keepsake cookbook for both tourists and locals.
London has some of the best cocktail bars in the world, from the luxurious and trendy to the quirky and classy. London's Best Cocktail Spots is the hippest, most up-to-date guide to London's diverse and stylish cocktail scene. It offers lively descriptive reviews of 50 top venues across the city, from smart hotels and rooftop bars to craft cocktail hotspots, over-the-top concept bars and celebrity-spotting destinations. Each revealing entry includes a concise description, contact and reservation details, nearby tube stops, whether food is served, opening hours and lavish color photos. Locations are pinpointed on easy-to-read maps. This indispensable nightlife guide even includes recipes for the best signature cocktails in town, plus an introduction to the art of cocktail making and the history of cocktails.
Within Conwy's striking medieval walls is a treasure trove of historic taverns and inns. For centuries visitors and locals alike have whiled away their time within them, seeking solace, catching up with friends, and raising a toast or two. Although some old alehouses are no longer trading, the town and surrounding area still boast more than their fair share of quaint, cosy and fascinating establishments in which to enjoy a drink. Peter Johnson and Catherine Jefferis take the reader in and around Conwy, recounting tales of the more colourful characters and events in the history of the area's inns. Conwy & District Pubs is beautifully illustrated with over seventy full-colour images, in addition to a number of charming historical pictures that provide a glimpse into the past of these intriguing Welsh pubs. It has much to offer Jackdaws (those born and bred within the town walls) and other birds of a feather keen to experience the area's most charismatic, oldest or unusual establishments.
The drinking establishments of Saxon Chester are a mystery to us. The nineteenth-century historian Thomas Hughes wrote, 'Anglo-Saxons had their eala-hus [ale house], win-hus [wine house] and cumen-hus [inn]'. We don't know where they could have been located, but we do know that weak beer was the staple drink throughout the land because it was safer to drink than water. Chester has many cosy, historical and picturesque public houses, some that have served the public for hundreds of years. Chester pubs, like those throughout the country are going through a time of radical change. Reinvented for a new generation of patrons, many of the pubs have turned into gastro and themed pubs and bars. Within the pages of the Chester Pubs you will find a mixture of typical pubs from down the ages, some from a long way down, and a few of the newer bars.
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