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The Menu, 131

Friday 18 April

We head to Northern Chile to find out why more fish is being eaten now than at any other time of the year, meet top Australian food author Donna Hay, and Tony Conigliaro – one of the world’s most celebrated drink developers…

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Waiting for a change

Tuesday 15 April

Italy does so many things well – food, style and quality of life being just a few. But a recent trip cross-country through the nation by Monocle’s Josh Fehnert reveals its once-revered train system is no longer reliable,…

You only have to look at Italy’s car industry to know the nation’s people like to travel in style. Last week, however, I discovered that the country’s planes and trains have plenty of ground to cover before they can catch…

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Issue Promo 73

April 2014

Among the stories in issue 73 of Monocle magazine we check out some sharp residences, a handsome architectural classic, a neighbourhood on the rise and also the buyers who get the goods – as part of our design special.

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The Menu, 130

Friday 11 April

We head to Hanoi where a group of entrepreneurs has come up with a high-end Vietnamese rice liquor, we also hear why there should be more appreciation for Vermouth, and visit London's first cat café.

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The Menu, 129

Friday 4 April

We visit the West Bank where a world-renowned wine farm is under threat because of a separation barrier planned by Israel, we also find out about an organisation busy catering to the areas of Toronto with no local grocers…

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A blooming nuisance

Thursday 3 April

Japan is currently enjoying ‘hanami’ – the season meant for observing the beauty of flowers – but a government crackdown on how to enjoy oneself in Tokyo’s open spaces means cherry blossoms aren’t the only thing being…

Cherry-blossom viewing season – hanami – is here again in Japan and with it the usual weather extremes that run from torrential rain and howling gales to unseasonal warmth and sunshine. Tokyo citizens are used to it and…

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The Menu, 128

Friday 28 March

We head to Helsinki to hear what the Finnish capital is doing to promote street-food culture. We also find out how a new wave of restaurants is changing Vienna's hospitality culture and get the week's most important food…

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The Menu, 127

Friday 21 March

We look for the best Mexican food in New York, visit an espresso-machine maker in Florence experiencing a revival and speak to the founders of the UK’s first pure almond-milk company.

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Issue Promo 72

March 2014

Not one but two special reports await you with Monocle issue 72. Our Style Directory brings you the sharpest in the world of fashion – from the buyers to the brands, the neighbourhoods to the looks – and we proudly present…

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The Menu, 126

Friday 14 March

We visit Melbourne to find some of the most excessive breakfast menus in the world, speak to Christoph Aebersold, who has come up with a successful pop-up restaurant in Switzerland, and we find out how Vancouver Island is…

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The Menu, 125

Friday 7 March

We are in Delhi to hear how French cuisine is tickling local tastebuds. We also discuss the benefits of premixed cocktails and meet the woman who is pushing hard to get Japanese sake into international restaurants.

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The Menu, 124

Friday 28 February

We’ll meet two top restaurateurs – André Chiang and Paul Pairet – who attended Asia’s 50 Best Restaurant awards in Singapore. We’ll also visit a Cuban restaurant that found its home in a carwash and Düsseldorf’s most famous…

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  • Highlights from interviews conducted by books editor Georgina Godwin. The focus is on artists: from extrovert and controversial South African painter Beezy Bailey to the father of ambient electronic music Brian Eno. Also featured: audio artist Scanner, opera director Amir Hosseinpour and visual artist partnership Huntley Muir.
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