Around the world, one dish at a time.

Month: March 2015

5 Great, Free Things to Do in London

5 Great, Free Things to Do in London

Take a Walk on Hampstead Heath London’s parks are the lungs of the city – and, in summer, they transform conservative Blighty, as office workers strip down to the barest essentials to turn lobster in the sun. From Holland Park to Regents Park, they all […]

Five Ways to Enjoy Coffee

Five Ways to Enjoy Coffee

Cold Brew Cold brew coffee is brewed, well, cold. And, if that’s not enough to love, you can choose it fizzy or foaming. In theory, the brewing reduces acidity and produces a smoother coffee, making it a definite step up from the clichéd café frappé. […]

The Oldest Bar in the World Isn’t Where You Think It Is

The Oldest Bar in the World Isn’t Where You Think It Is

Forget all those scenic Irish pubs, all those ancient Crusader pubs, and all those Scandinavian hostelries that might have seen a Viking or two. If you’re one of those travellers who collects superlatives, then you’ll almost certainly want to drink in the oldest bar in […]

What to Eat in Singapore – and Where

What to Eat in Singapore – and Where

Singapore is a foodie paradise, offering everything from brand-name international chefs like Joël Robuchon and Wolfgang Puck to outstanding street food. But it’s also officially the world’s most expensive city. Here’s some ideas on what to eat in Singapore that shouldn’t break the bank. 1: […]

6 Things Only Tourists Do in Amsterdam

6 Things Only Tourists Do in Amsterdam

Headed to Amsterdam? Save yourself from becoming a tourist cliche – unless you’re on a stag night, when you’re doomed – by avoiding these six things only tourists do in Amsterdam. Eat on Damrak Food in Amsterdam is seriously underrated – probably because too many […]