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Thousands of people attended a ‘Diner en Blanc’ event in New York.
4,000 litres – how much is pumped an hour Four million euros – how much it cost Three kilometres – the total length Belgium’s new beer pipeline opens It is one pipe dream that has very much become
Starbucks is to open in Italy where founder Howard Schultz says he got the idea to create the world's biggest chain of coffee shops.
The Michelin good food guide, the global gastronome’s bible, has been published on the day the news one of the brightest stars in French cooking
The first of the cafes in Paris to reopen after being struck in the November 13 attacks, A la Bonne Biere, has seen regulars and new clients alike in
Britain’s business minister’s decision to launch an inquiry into tipping abuse by restaurants, including some of the country’s best-known and biggest
Britain’s Business minister is launching an inquiry into tipping abuse by restaurants, including some of the country’s best-known and biggest chains
Spanish restaurant El Celler de Can Roca has regained its title as the world’s best restaurant. It beat previous winner Noma, with which it has
Fast food chain McDonald’s has reported a drop in quarterly results under its new CEO Steve Easterbrook. The latest figures show global sales
In Portugal, young people are renewing the concept of Fado houses, reinventing traditional cuisine, mixing contemporary and traditional architecture.
Ahead of next year’s US presidential election the minimum wage is becoming an issue. The ‘Fight for Fifteen Dollars’ campaign is organising
Popping out for a quick bite to eat in America was a problem on Thursday as fast food workers in more than 150 cities went on strike for better pay
Fast-food workers in more than 150 cities in the United States are holding a national day of protest to press for a wage increase to $US15 an
Burger King is cooking up a tax-friendly deal to merge with the Canadian coffee and doughnut chain Tim Hortons. Combined they would be the third
Russia has ordered the temporary closure of four McDonald’s restaurants across Moscow. The decision comes after visits from food safety officers
A restaurant in California has banned noisy children and babies from its dining room A sign at the front of Old Fisherman’s Grotto in Monterey
McDonald’s has “temporarily” closed the three outlets it owns in Crimea following the region’s annexation by Russia. It said the hope is they will
It may not be everyone’s cup of tea but for cat lovers it doesn’t get much better than this. Lady Dinah’s Cat Emporium is London’s first feline
L’Assiette Champenoise, a family-run restaurant in the north-western French town of Tinqueux, is the newest member of France’s highly exclusive
Fast food workers across the US have staged a 24-hour strike against apparent low wages. The organisers want the country’s minimum wage raised to
It has achieved cult status all around the world and sales of the famous rooster-branded Sriracha hot sauce have exploded over the last decade
If you want to eat in the best restaurant in the world you have to visit the Spanish city of Girona. El Celler de Can Roca topped the Restaurant
The Roca brothers in Spain have been celebrating ever since their restaurant El Celler de Can Roca was named the world’s best. Edging Denmark’s
Hundreds of fast-food restaurant workers in New York City turned out for protests on Thursday in what organizers said would be their largest rally
Europe maybe in recession but a meal for four with celebrated chef Ferran Adria of the elBulli restaurant has sold online for a stomach churning
Where will the focus fall next? The horse meat scandal, as it has been called, resonates across Europe. Northern Ireland is in the spotlight with
The restaurant Meli-Melo won the prize for the best tapa de Zaragoza in 2012. (‘Mejor Tapa de Zaragoza y Provincia 2012’. ) Raquel Marcén, the
The economic crisis puts even the most precious of national institutions out of reach for many. For the third year running, some of the most
Hotel and restaurant staff in Greece have taken to the streets in a 24-hour strike to protest at their plight amid the country’s economic