Not many if any restaurant is as polarized as Gaggan. People either love or hate it. What cannot be disputed however is the rise of the fame and popularity of both head chef Gaggan Anand and his restaurant. This popularity culminated this April where the restaurant...
Four Seasons Chiang Mai - the Perfect out of the City Getaway Chiang Mai is one of those amazing cities that offer a bustling big city life but where one only needs a short drive out of the city to find pure serenity and beautiful nature. Despite the city not having a...
Mandarin Oriental Bangkok - Visiting Bangkok’s La Grande Dame Mandarin Oriental Bangkok is with out a doubt one of Asia if not the world’s most famous and iconic hotels. It opened as Thailand’s first hotel in 1876, and since then it’s grown into one of the world’s...
Is the Pavilions Phuket the perfect stay? Very few places in the world have more luxury resorts then Phuket in Thailand. Every year you see a growing number of tourists visiting here and new resorts and hotels pop up. Many of these resorts, highly...
My trip to Malta and stay at Le Meridian Malta is an overlooked destination for luxury travel in Southern Europe, granted they have some steep competition from its highly popular neighboring countries in the Mediterranean. Malta however has some definite upsides that...
Anders Trasborg Thomsen
LuxFoodTravel is my way of getting to work with my passions.
Growing up in a restaurant family and have always been around food, it’s wasn’t however, until my 25th birthday that I tried my first real fine dine restaurant that I understood just what food can be, and how much it can affect you. I was hooked! I found my new adrenaline rush, which was the experience of luxury food.
I have grown this passion over these last 10 years and during so also traveled a lot, this lead me to develop a great passion for traveling as well. Like with visiting a great restaurant I find that staying at an amazing hotel brings me the same feeling of excitement as a visit to an outstanding restaurant does.
This feeling of trained professionals doing their utmost to create the best possible experience for you, with an amazing product and service is something that I truly cherish and want to share with you.
In my posts I will not be grading my visits as such. I usually “rate” an experience on how it makes me feel during the visit and how big a smile it brings to my face – my number one sign of a great experience!. Such things can be difficult to put a grade on though, but I will make sure to describe this in my review.
At the end of my post I will have a “Final Thoughts” section and with links and suggestions related to my visit.
I hope you enjoy reading my experiences.
Anders Trasborg Thomsen