From contemporary Mexican cuisine to hearty traditional Sardinian fare to sublime tasting menus in Panama, here we share our five favourite hotels for food lovers. Hotel Xcaret Mexico, Mayan Riviera, Mexico By Johanna Read, TravelEater.net Beach hotels aren’t well...
If you’re a coffee drinker, you’ll no doubt want to taste the world’s offerings wherever you go. However, some of the best coffee can be found in unexpected places – here are some of our favourite countries where you can expect to taste some incredible cups of...
Where can you get Michelin Star quality for under £30? At OX, in Belfast. Read on to see if this award-winning restaurant is worth the hype.
Our guide to finding the best food and drink in Vancouver from Granville Island’s Oyama Sausage to local craft beer in Gastown.
Autumn in Italy is a magical time of year avoiding the heat and crowds of the summer. It’s a time of celebration and festivals with wine, chocolate and truffles on the menu.
Perennially popular as a holiday destination, the South West of France (or Sud-Ouest in French) covers some of the most spectacular scenery in the country. Alongside the stunning hills, expansive views and beautiful river valleys, this part of France is also home to some incredible wine producing areas.
Christmas can be a stressful time of year, especially for the cooks of the household, and even if you have the annual Christmas cooking frenzy refined to a fine art, perhaps you are looking for something new to delight your family or impress your friends this year. Why not treat yourself to an expert cooking class at one of these two fabulous cooking schools? There’s a wonderful variety of courses to choice from at both The Carlton School of Food and River Cottage Cookery School.
“We are thrilled to announce these new tours with Mario Batali, whose name is synonymous with great food and dining in New York City. They are perfect for “foodies” as well as for anyone who enjoys exploring the city, learning about its history, and doing it all while enjoying great food along the way.” Stephen Oddo, Co-Founder of Walks of New York.
For many, food is more than a necessity; it’s an obsession. It’s not only about visiting high-end restaurants and enjoying the food and wine, it’s about the whole experience – the setting, ambience, service and company – all the smaller details that add up to create an unforgettable occasion. And for those that delight in fine dining as a hobby, a luxurious culinary river cruise might just be the perfect way to indulge that favourite pastime on a holiday with a bit of a twist.
The Bloempot, described on their website as a Flemish canteen, is the current ‘in place’ in Lille. It was opened last August, by the popular, young finalist of the French TV series ‘Top Chef’, Florent Ladeyn, with his great friend, Kevin Rolland.