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Coya Monte-Carlo: Award-winning Latin American Restaurant

Coya Monte-Carlo

The Coya Monte-Carlo, a new Monegasque establishment with a Latin American ambience, was recently inaugurated during the Formula 1 Grand Prix. Located on the terraces of the Summer Sporting, Coya Monte-Carlo serves up contemporary Peruvian cuisine. The exclusive venue was created in collaboration with the Société des Bains de Mer. Monaco is the Coya’s fifth restaurant, the first location was …

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Gastronomy: The New Riviera Menu at Louis XV

Alain Ducasse Riviera Menu

Alain Ducasse’s restaurant at the Hotel de Paris’ Louis XV has a new menu inspired by the Riviera. Recipes, products, flavours and colours pay tribute to the unique region. Chef Dominique Lory describes blending flavours of the Mediterranean with seasonal products from the Riviera. The Riviera Menu currently includes, for example, red piedmont squash and black truffles which come from …

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5 Hots Drinks That Will Make Your Winter Warmer

Hots Drinks

Even if the winters on the French Riviera are fairly mild, we are still allowed to treat ourselves to some hot drinks to feel even warmer. Some of them can even be made at home. HelloMonaco found out the most popular hot cocktails to be drunk in the winter in Europe. Bombardino Bombardino is a real winter cocktail that would …

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Where to celebrate Christmas and New Year in Monaco? The ultimate guide

Christmas New Year Monaco celebration party

Year-to-year, at the end of December, we are all concerned about one thing, where to meet Christmas and New Year and how to make it suitable for kids too. The Principality, traditionally, has prepared many surprises and exciting programs for its guests and residents. To simplify your choice, HelloMonaco has prepared a list of the most stunning parties, the most …

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The rare white truffle: the hunt is on!

white truffles

Put on your boots and join us in Piedmont, Italy — Monaco’s next­door neighbour. An accident of nature– a blessing for the culinary world To call it a mushroom is blasphemy – it is at the apex of fine cuisine, “the diamond of the kitchen” according to French gourmet Jean Anthelme Brillat-Savarin. Imagine! – the rarest of culinary gems, with …

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