Be Inspired: Dine Around the World

Dishes from Baltimore, Bangkok, Dublin, Hong Kong and Seychelles are sure to whet your appetite.

Feb 3, 2012
  • Enjoy Clams While in Dublin
  • Try Baked Goods in Bangkok
  • Savor Seychelles’ Chicken Curry
  • Baltimore's Crab Cakes are World Famous
  • Hong Kong's Sea Bass is a Memorable Dish
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Enjoy clams in white wine at Four Seasons Hotel Dublin. Lucky for us, Ireland’s Rossbeigh Creek opens directly into the Atlantic Ocean, creating the perfect shallow environment for clams to prosper. Have the Concierge direct you to the best eatery at the time of your visit.
Photography courtesy Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts
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Bangkok may not be internationally known for its baked goods, but after sampling these sweet treats you’ll wonder why. Try these desserts, and many more, at Four Seasons Hotel Bangkok.
Photography courtesy Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts
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Middle Eastern chefs know a thing or two about the art of seasonings, and Chicken Curry in the Seychelles archipelago, with its abundance of toppings, is no exception. Visit one of the two fine dining restaurants at Four Seasons Resort Seychelles.
Photography Peter Vitale/Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts
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Baltimore is a food city best known for its crab cakes. After one bite, you’ll understand why. And Four Seasons Hotel Baltimore puts you near the heart of the crabbing action: The Chesapeake Bay on Maryland’s coast is a main source for blue crabs, the delicious crustaceans that go into the famous cakes.
Photography courtesy Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts
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At Four Seasons Hotel Hong Kong’s fine dining restaurant, Caprice, the name of the Line-Caught Sea Bass dish—perhaps with Fondant Salsify in Shrencki Caviar Sauce, or Morteau Sausage, Green Lentils and Pommery French Toast in Onion Sauce—is a mouthful, and so is the bite itself . . . an appetizing one at that!
Photography Koon Ming Tang/Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts

Join us on a culinary adventure around the world as we sample fare from five different countries.


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