Category: Food and Drink

5 ways to make your birthday in Paris unique!

5 ways to make your birthday in Paris unique!

There are hundreds of great ways to enjoy your birthday in the French capital. Indeed, the diverse and beautiful city of lights has an activity to suit anyone, from lovers to the outdoors as well as bon vivants! If you are travelling to Paris for your birthday, try one of the ideas listed below for […]

Top 5 lavish London brunches

Top 5 lavish London brunches

There’s a breakfast revolution going on in London. Once a realm of fry-ups and greasy spoons, now brunch is fast replacing the Sunday roast as Britain’s most hallowed weekend meal – and for good reason. There are now a dizzying array of gourmet options on offer making a lingering weekend brunch the calendar highlight for fashionable […]

Recipe of the week: Feijoda - the national dish of Brazil

Recipe of the week: Feijoda – the national dish of Brazil

With the World Cup on, we thought it would be timely to share this hearty meal; a classic Brazilian breakfast staple – the feijoada. Feijoada is a stew of beans with beef and pork, which is a typical Portuguese dish, but also cooked in former Portuguese colonies such as Brazil, Macau, Angola, Mozambique and Goa. […]

A gastro guide to Vietnam

A gastro guide to Vietnam

The days of Vietnam’s war torn asceticism truly belong in the last millennium, for never has there been a better time to visit this vibrant country and indulge your taste buds in its staggering 500 traditional dishes. With the economy soaring, its crumbling old quarters are now crammed with fine restaurants and globally respected chefs. […]

Top 10 restaurants for fine dining in Barcelona

Top 10 restaurants for fine dining in Barcelona

Forget London, Paris and New York, the new queen of cuisine is gastro-hub Barcelona. The range of restaurants boasted by the Catalan capital is simply incredible, with something to suit everyone. Looking for a special place to dine? Somewhere with style, class and a menu to die for? Check out a few of our favourite […]

5 of the best Paris restaurants and eateries for lunch or dinner

5 of the best Paris restaurants and eateries for lunch or dinner

Like many of its European counterparts, the ‘city of love’ is known for its food. Take a stroll down any given street or avenue and you will easily find an authentic brasserie serving up delicious French classics or stumble across a quaint café baking fresh croissants and mouth-watering patisseries. But for those of you who […]

Villa des Orangers, Marrakech - the discreet palace

Villa des Orangers, Marrakech – the discreet palace

A riad in Marrakech was the thing to have a few years back when the economic crisis hadn’t yet reached the Western world. It all started back in the late 90s when French and other Europeans discovered that they could buy a house in the old town of Marrakech for a bargain. Most of them […]

4 of the best luxury restaurants in Montreal

4 of the best luxury restaurants in Montreal

Montreal is a top destination for Canadians and international visitors alike. The city exudes a vibrant sense of urban flair and is known as a foodie’s paradise. These top restaurant picks excel in food, service and presentation. They are perfect for special nights out and romantic dining, providing the ultimate in luxury cuisine. One thing to […]

Recipe of the week: Pão de queijo (cheese choux puffs)

Recipe of the week: Pão de queijo (cheese choux puffs)

Pão de queijo (cheese choux puffs) is one of the most easily found delicacies in Brazil. If you are in any of Brazil´s cities you are never more than 400 yards away from one. They are also the first thing you will smell when arriving at Brazil’s international airports, it’s hard to arrive in Brazil […]

Dos and don’ts for visiting Brazil

Dos and don’ts for visiting Brazil

Brazil is packed with amazing sights, stunning landscapes and plenty to keep you entertained – day or night. Whether you are heading to Brazil for the football or plan on taking a holiday there, here are a few pointers of what you should and shouldn’t do. Do try and see some of the wonders that […]

The 7 wonders of the 7th arrondissement of Paris

The 7 wonders of the 7th arrondissement of Paris

A first trip to Paris can be fairly daunting. Down every street and around every corner, there’s something special to see and do so to help you out here’s a guide to visiting the seven wonders of the the 7th arrondissement. Many of Paris’ most beautiful landmarks, such as the Eiffel Tower, the Ecole Militaire […]

Recipe of the week: Oeuf coque au chorizo

Recipe of the week: Oeuf coque au chorizo

Create restaurant quality flavours at home with this inspired dish – oeuf coque au chorizo. Here’s a creative way to marry eggs, shallots and chorizo. The trick to this oeuf coque au chorizo is coaxing out the flavours and giving the dish a refined taste. A Summer salad makes for a fresh accompaniment. Enjoy! Ingredients […]

Top 5 rooftop terrace bars in Barcelona

Top 5 rooftop terrace bars in Barcelona

Barcelona is a city that really has it all, especially in the summer. From mountains and beaches to tapas and tours, there is something for every traveler to enjoy. But when the weather does start to warm up, there’s nothing better than a cool, refreshing drink at one of the city’s many fantastic rooftop terraces. […]

Ibiza's best restaurants

Ibiza’s best restaurants

I have recently been exploring the island of Ibiza, and the foodie that I am, love to mix any opportunity to experience the new ‘it’ restaurant, chef or hang out. Ibiza, famous for its DJ’s, parties and VIP guest lists and now, home to the world’s most expensive restaurant. Welcome to the golden steps of […]

5 reasons to do Downtown Napa

5 reasons to do Downtown Napa

So much wine, so little time. The Napa Valley is synonymous with wine – good wine. You can’t taste it all, but you can taste smart. So break the wine country mold, ditch the need for a designated driver and and do Downtown Napa. In case you needed them, here are five good reasons to […]

Cambodia for foodies

Cambodia for foodies

Putting the dark days of the Khmer Rouge firmly behind it, Cambodia’s seductive charm, colourful cuisine and ruinous temples are tempting travellers away from its neighbours. For the foodie, the two principal centres of gastro renaissance are Siem Reap, gateway to the 8th Wonder of the World, Angkor Wat, and the intoxicating city of Phnom […]

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