gastronomically and aesthetically, he has a better time in Paris; but it is in Oxford that most of his ten interviewees live.
I reflected that, gastronomically, Master Paul had probably enjoyed himself better than ourselves.
1814, from French gastronomie, coined 1800 by Joseph de Berchoux (1762-1838) as title of poem on good living, after Gastrologia, title of a now-lost poem of antiquity, quoted by Athenaeus (see gastrology). Berchoux's word is from gaster + nomos "arranging, regulating." Related: Gastronomer.