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Sure shots

Nothing beats the warm embrace of a bar or café and whether it’s a speakeasy in Singapore or a cosy Torinese institution, we have found the most welcoming ones across the globe.

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Expo: Best-kept secret

Spread across a basin in a picturesque peninsula surrounded by the sea, Athens offers its residents a choice of beaches to enjoy away from the hustle and bustle of the daily city grind. The views aren’t too shabby either…

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Friday 5 June

Olia Hercules shares some of the culinary secrets of Ukraine. Plus: we discuss why Mexican food is gathering momentum in Seoul and take a look at Danish brewer Mikkel Borg Bjergsø’s new project in Tokyo.

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Friday 29 May

Author and cookery-school founder Jeremy Pang sheds light on the secrets of Chinese cooking. We also hear why it's worthwhile for companies to offer free lunches to their employees and meet an original pie business in San…

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Friday 22 May

We talk to one of the world’s most successful female chefs, April Bloomfield, on her love for greens, a new London restaurant that takes localism to a new level and the Monocle Restaurant Awards nominations from Milan.

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Expo no. 84: Freight of your life

It might be a panda en route to a zoo or cashmere jumpers heading for Beijing or Boston. But regardless of value there is a good chance it is going to be shipped through Hong Kong International Airport’s cargo hub.

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Food briefing

Crossing the River Thames to south London reveals a burgeoning food scene. Elsewhere this issue we unearth must-try dining spots in Porto, Singapore, Toronto and Paris, as well as a Milanese meal to remember.

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Making waves

Between surfing and helping out his Olympian mum, chef Guy Turland serves a healthy blend of European and Pacific classics to Bondi diners.

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After the revolution

Once a hotbed of political foment, Mexico City’s Juárez district has been in decline for a number of decades. But now young professionals are changing the neighbourhood, drawn to its central location and solid housing stock…

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Flying fish

Characterised by its tiny fleet and dolphin-adorned livery, Japan’s Amakusa Airline takes a quirky line in attracting new customers.

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Great escapes

From a retreat in the heart of the Tasmanian wilderness to the heights of urban hospitality in Hong Kong and New York, we round up the essential travel experiences worthy of your air miles right now.

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Inventory no.84

From US whiskey that offers a gulp of the gold-rush era to scented natural candles, June's selection is a fulsome blend of naughty and nice treats. It's the perfect spread to kickstart your summer spree.

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Friday 15 May

At Expo Milano we hear how Italy’s Slow Food movement is trying to get its message across, meet Simon Bajada who’s written about the best recipes in the Scandinavian kitchen and get the Brazilian nominees for The Monocle…

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