Lisbon’s new A Cevicheria is a mix of traditional Peruvian dish, comtemporary fish market decor and good atmosphere. This tiny 24-seater is owned by Chef Kiko Martins and can be found in Principe Real neighborhood of Lisbon. You will definitely recognize it by the giant octopus that hovers over the bar.
The second MaMa Kelly restaurant is located in Amsterdam and it’s needless to say – almost everything here is pink. Besides the interesting choice of colour, the restaurant also stands out with its simple and uncomplicated menu – you can eat either chicken or lobster.
If you want to experience it to the fullest, choose the French farmland chicken or the amazing lobster – classic or extra spicy.
The powerhouse team at Hennes & Mauritz (also known as H&M) is expanding its empire beyond clothing with a juice bar in Stockholm. The place serves rainbow veggie platters, Scandinavian specialties such as cardamom buns and espresso.
Located in Paris’ Rochechouart neighborhood, Papilles is the perfect place for exquisite baked goods and a quite atmosphere where you can enjoy your favourite book. Make sure not to try the homemade waffles with salted butter caramel. Ouh là là!
The brothers behind Restaurante Coque moved their Michelin-starred 17-year-old restaurant from Humanos de Madrid (18 miles outside the city) to central Madrid. The menu here is a true culinary adventure through various regions of the Mediterranean.