Chilli crab and cold beer - om nom nom nom.

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… Continue reading »

Amsterdam by night.

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… Continue reading »

Sweetcorn detail.

The Street Food Survival Guide

Street food is one of the great joys of any trip to Asia – but brings with it an associated… Continue reading »

Cornish cream tea, with scones, jam and clotted cream. And teapot!

What to Do – and Eat – in Cornwall

Heaving though it is in high season, Cornwall is one of England’s prettiest regions – yes, even on the myriad… Continue reading »

World's Weirdest Restaurants

10 of the World’s Weirdest Restaurants

Giger Bar, Switzerland Theme restaurants are ten-a-penny, but the Giger Bar, designed by the surrealist H.R. Giger to bring the… Continue reading »

Pumpkin fish head curry at Rumah Makan Makassar Seafoodku

The Best Restaurants in Makassar, Indonesia

Makassar, the port city in South Sulawesi, is famous for its food – it’s a culinary destination for Indonesians from… Continue reading »

Chocolate brownies.

Baking to Get Baked

Bizarrely, the only time I’ve ever been involved in making hash brownies – as opposed to hash browns, a very… Continue reading »

LadurÈe Macaroons

123 Food Experiences To Try Before You Die

Eat a dish in the restaurant that invented it Pick food from pots by pointing and hoping Catch a fish… Continue reading »

Taboo

What’s It Like Eating Dog?

I have been meaning to get around to eating dog for some time now. I’m fascinated by foods that break… Continue reading »

Marmite with Heinz soup in the background.

Ten British Expat Food Cravings

Expat food cravings are a curious thing, particularly British ones. There is, for example, an entire generation who can’t live… Continue reading »