Food

Five experiences you must have in Italy

Italy is a country you could return to time and again, and still discover something different. It is a country rich is history with fantastic food, wine and landscape, as well as friendly locals. It comes as no surprise that it is one of the top holiday destinations. I have been to Italy multiple times and have loved each visit, which is why I wanted to compile a...

The taste of Morocco with Marrakech Food Tours

When you think of Morocco, and it’s food; what comes to mind are tagines, couscous and freshly brewed mint tea, and having tasted Moroccan food outside of Morocco, I was excited to get there, and eat like the locals did. However, after a few days in the city, I was left feeling disappointed with what I found in many of the restaurants. The tangines tasted...

Brunch at the Crazy Cat Cafe, Milan

Cats are cute, and often spend the majority of their time lazing around, but most don’t mind being played with or petted. Now imagine combing this activity with having a good slice of cake and a cup of coffee: Welcome to the Crazy Cat Cafe, Milan The rise in popularity of cat and animal based cafes, comes from those which started out in Asian countries such as...

The Brazilian BBQ experience in Foz do Iguacu, Brazil

Have you ever been to a restaurant and eaten a meal, that you were not sure what you were actually eating? This doesn’t often happen does it? In most places, you’ll get a menu, choose something that sounds nice, and it’ll be served to you. When travelling in countries were English is not the primary language, this can be a little challenging. In the...

Fine dining at the Intercontinental hotel, Porto, Portugal

“Fine dining is an occasional treat for most people.”  – Rene Redzepi This is true for me. Although I love my food, I am not one to go to expensive restaurants,with cloth napkins and silver service. However, I found myself in one not long ago, when I had breakfast from the highest restaurant in the UK.  As I said; it is an exception. When I found...

Breakfast with a view at Duck and Waffle, London

Imagine being served up a unique breakfast, cooked by a Michelin star chef, whilst enjoying the panoramic views of a great city. It wouldn’t be a bad start to the day, would it? Duck and Waffle is the UK’s highest restaurant, situated on the 40th floor of the Heron Tower, in Bishopsgate; just a short walk from Liverpool Street station. in central London...

Turkish foods you must try

One thing that excites me about travelling, is the food. Sure I love seeing new places and interesting sites, but when planning a trip, I often like to look up what the national dish of the country is, or what amazing things I can try. This love of food, led me to doing a cooking class, whilst in Thailand; and I was in my element. When I thought about my trip to...

Alternative breakfasts in London

They say Breakfast is the most important meal of the day, and I wholeheartedly agree. I love breakfast;  I often think about what I’ll have for breakfast, when I am going to bed. I also love dining out for breakfast. I love finding new places to indulge in a cooked breakfast, to set me up for the day. Having lived in London, for the past three months, the one thing...

The Hokitika Wild Foods Festival

Ever had the desire to eat a Huhu grub, some sheep’s brains, or grasshoppers? No, either did I. However, this weekend, I travelled over to Hokitika on the West Coast of the South Island to party at the Wild Foods Festival. When is the Wild Foods Festival? It normally happens in March every year, usually the second weekend. Cost? At the time, I paid $33, but...

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