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This week I am  soooo looking forward to combat the cold in style and have some much deserved fun.
Hot on my list the new Christian Dior menuat the Plaza Athenee at Avenue Montaigne        PARIS


This week we Love – Dior Menu at the Plaza Athenee

On the occasion of  Paris Fashion Week Haute Couture to be held from 24 to 28 January, the iconic hotel on Avenue Montaigne honors Christian Dior with a supreme menu created by chef Philippe Marc under the supervision of Alain Ducasse.
The menu is said to be inspired and composed by the designer’s favourite dishes extracted from his old cook book  La Cuisine Cousu-Main, published in 1972, bringing together ninety five favorite recipes Christian Dior liked to prepare for his guests.
Haute Couture meets Haute Cuisine in a such emblematic Parisian spot

Next stop is Athens and a dinning place different to the rest.               ATHENS

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This week we love Kiku Athens Kolonaki

Kiku Kolonaki a japanese restaurant known as the poshest, equivalent to good quality sushi and more for many years now, gets a rather interesting face lift, becomes a member’s club and goes through a break-through change of menu with new executive chef on board Dimitris Katrivesis.
Katrivesis known for his adventurous spirit has taken the place gastronomically definitely to a higher level serving now one of the best sushi in town if not the best.
Ambience wise, this week we love Kiku Kolonaki for its dim lights, its very sexy interiors and its beautiful lounge and bar area.

Best breakfast with a view- it has to be the Lycabettus Suite of Hilton Hotel               ATHENS



Another hotel – trademark in the heart of Athen, Hilton Athens and its second biggest suite, the Lycabettus suite is definitely one of the must  stays in the city.
180 m2 of pure comfort and minimal design plus the most beautiful uninterrupted view of the Lycabettus hill from the great sauna and jacizzi area where I enjoyed my breakfast having the sun burning on my face.

Carlo e Camilla in Segheria  Restaurant                                                            MILAN



This week we Love Carlo e Camilla


This quintessential Milanese restaurant is unique and resembles to none in the city of Milan for its urban and stylish atmosphere.
Imagine just one table in the shape of a cross, set in the middle of a vast room and a total absence of all decoration giving the feeling of an abandoned factory.
Food is a plus here, expect to eat more than well.

By Lena Harizopoulos