Sunday Lunch at The World’s End Market

I went for a Sunday lunch with my partner at The World’s End Market, famous for its meat.

Jose Gordon’s meat has been described as the World’s Best Meat according to Netflix Documentary “Steak Revolution, 2014”.

I started with a Tartar accompanied with 2 slices of toasted bread. As for the main dish I went for the Solomillo De Buey Steak which has been matured for 100 days.


Both dishes were exceptional. I won’t  hesitate with saying that it’s the best steak I ever had! The intense taste of spiced meat combined with tenderness making it melt on your tongue. WOW! I almost fell of my chair…

Between the meals we were given a tour. The venue is composed of two floors : the restaurant and a vintage bar upstairs specialized in whiskey. The bartender introduced us to the forgotten cocktail : La Louisiane.

A seductively named drink built on rye, sweet vermouth, Benedictine, Peychaud’s bitters, and absinthe, ‘La Louisiane’ shares similar DNA to other New Orleans classics, but never made the same leap into the cocktail mainstream. It is the secret cocktail of New Orleans, and these days it’s starting to get its due.

It was a well spent Sunday afternoon and an exceptional dining experience. We will definitely be back here.

– Mathias le Fèvre

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MORJAS by HENRIK BERG

Looking through my GQ magazine I came across the newborn shoe brand named Morjas, that is  featured in the “best new men’s wear items” section. I straight away fell for the style and handcraft of their shoes. So much that I went to get myself a pair of gorgeous brown monk straps made in the finest calf leather.


I am extremely fascinated by the brand and it’s perfect selection of the most essential and elegant shoes that a gentleman can own.

MORJAS is founded by Henrik Berg who grew up in southern Spain, where he was inspired by the style of his Mediterranean fathers, in their crisp white linens and fine loafers. Moving to his mother’s native Sweden, Berg’s fascination with quality craftsmanship was fused with Scandinavian design and aesthetic.

www.morjas.com
@morjasshoes

– Mathias le Fèvre

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L’INSOUMIS by LALIQUE

I recently added this wonderful scent from Lalique to my collection.

L’Insoumis is a very fresh and masculine fragrance with notes of wood, black pepper and lavender. It is not groundbreaking, but it is definitely well done.

I saw reviews comparing this to Dior Sauvage, but I like this one much better. If it wasn’t for the design of the cap on top,  I do not think that comparison could be made.

L’Insoumis reminds me of classic men’s fragrance.

– Mathias le Fèvre

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