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About an hour by ferry from Hong Kong, Macau is a mecca for gamblers which, depending on your predilections, is a good or a bad thing. It’s hard to get away from the constant enticements [Read more...]

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Greedy Girl and gluttonous husband had a debate on the train heading for L’Atelier de Joel Robuchon Bangkok. He was certain this was sampling the L’Atelier brand in our fifth country. Greedy Girl was of [Read more...]

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Greedy Girl and gluttonous husband travel to Asia a lot and are looking forward to visiting Japan, Singapore, Hong Kong and Thailand over the course of this year. This week’s announcement of the San Pellegrino [Read more...]

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No matter what city you’re in, heading to L’Atelier de Joel Robuchon gives a feeling of familiarity, comfort and certainty. In Hong Kong’s Central district, the restaurant has three Michelin stars so obviously is no [Read more...]

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Greedy Girl lives and loves to eat – and if that entails hopping on some form of transport to somewhere far flung, all the better. Hungrily, she watched the recent announcement of the San Pellegrino [Read more...]

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It’s a bit spooky heading into L’Atelier de Joel Robuchon in the St Germain district of Paris. Having been to the Singapore edition (see the blog Don’t fear the franchise) as the first stop on [Read more...]

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Paris is in the air in Singapore (or should that be Singapour?) with Greedy Girl spying two Eiffel Towers in two days. The first, with the space between the first two ‘stages’ filled with a [Read more...]

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