Our Summer Passport Goes To Cairo, Venice, Phuket and Tokyo

4 years ago

Le Mill recommends our favourite restaurants, bars, hotels and shops in each of our fabulous Summer Passport destinations.


Where To Eat

Acqua for modern Italian cuisine and futuristic design

Bampot Kitchen and Bar for upscale European fare in a casual, relaxed environment

Baan Rim Pa for award winning Thai cuisine, situated on a cliff overlooking Patong Beach

Where To Drink

Xana Beach Club

Ka Jok See

Where To Stay

We can’t pick between the Six Senses Yao Noi Beyond Phuket and the COMO Hotel And Shambhala Spa


Where To Eat


Ukaitei, one of the best meals you can have, superlative ingredients prepared with care

Higashiyama, set in a homely atmosphere, is the more affordable sister of the renowned Yakumo Saryo

Where To Drink

Royal Bar at the Palace Hotel

Club T in Roppongi is an intimate jazz bar with nice cocktails

Bar Piano in Drunken Alley; an amazing street full of the tiniest bars, each with oodles of character

S&M bar called Black Rose- not for the faint of heart!

Where To Shop


Jantiques for vintage shopping.

Dover Street Market Ginza, a multi-storeyed department store owned by Comme des Garçons

Takumi for arts and crafts, textiles and ceramics from across Japan

Tip: carry your passports around while shopping as that’s the only way to redeem VAT (a scanned copy will not work)

Where To Stay

Capitol Hotel Chiyoda


Park Hyatt Tokyo for a taste of Sofia Coppola’s cinematic backdrop


Where To Eat

Locanda Cipriani, located on the island of Torcello at the famous Cipriani hotel

Ristorante Ai Tre Garofani for classic and new Venetian cuisine

Alla Planca for casual seafood

Where To Drink

Skyline Rooftop Bar for stunning panoramic views

Bancogiro at Campo San Giacomo for great wine and food

Where To Shop

Piazza San Marco for Italian designers

Venini for glass; they make products for Versace and have incredible workmanship

Where To Stay

Hilton Molino Stucky for luxury, comfort and beautiful views

Al Ponte Mocenigo for an affordable Venetian experience

Ca’pisani which features a vintage feel and a fashionable crowd


Where To Eat

1 Fasahet Soumeya for home cooked food channeling Egypt’s culinary heritage

Birdcage for Asian cuisine

Abou El Sid for authentic Egyptian cuisine

Rossini for great Italian food in the elegant Heliopolis district

Where To Shop

One of the many souqs for handicrafts and local hand blown glass called Muski, antique jewelry and silver

Mashrabia Gallery for art lovers

Where To Stay

Four Seasons Nile Plaza

Cairo Marriott Hotel which has over 1,000 rooms!


Model: Aditi Joshi

Photographer: Taras Taraporvala

Stylist: Diya Mehta

Jewelry: ISHARYA