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The Ultimate Guide to the Best Restaurants in Brussels, Belgium

If you are looking for the best restaurants in Brussels, Belgium, look no farther. We’ve rounded up our top picks from 15 years of dining in Brussels to bring you those with staying power. Don’t read while hungry! The Brussels restaurant scene is always changing. New hot spots appear and disappear seemingly overnight, especially in hip neighbourhoods like St. Gilles and Ixelles. While we love taste testing what’s new and popular, for us, the best restaurants in Brussels are those with staying ...
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Our Guide to the Best Things to Do in Turin, Italy

While many of Italy’s cities are overcrowded with tourists, Turin remains off the tourist trail – for now. This city of culture, history, cuisine, and breath-taking views of the Alps won’t stay a secret for long. Find out why in our guide to the best things to do in Turin, Italy. Rome, Florence, Milan, Venice; when people think of Italy, those are usually the cities that come to mind first. While travelling to any of these places will likely result in a fantastic trip, these are major tourist ...
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How to Spend Four Days in Prague

Updated: 8/7/2018 | August 7th, 2018 Prague is a destination that always seems to be in vogue. It’s been on the tourist map for decades and the crowds show no signs of abating, especially as it becomes a center for digital nomads and tech workers. Prague is a gorgeous, well-preserved medieval city coupled with a rich history, expansive parks, Vegas-style nightlife, and a hint of romance. The city holds a special place in my heart: it was the first city I backpacked through on my round-the-world...
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The most exclusive restaurants

While some food lovers may be satisfied with a simple traditional meal made with love in a local, family-owned restaurant, gourmets seek something extraordinary. They want to sit in a dining room worthy of the long-standing Michelin guide or a prestigious “best restaurants” list. These dining experiences are unique — and usually require extra effort to get a table. This guide is all you need to make a reservation at some of the most famous restaurants in the world — all of which have Micheli...
Tags: Travel, New York, Restaurants, New York City, US, Spain, Best, World, Peru, South America, Michelin, Copenhagen, Bangkok, Best Restaurants, El Celler De Can Roca, Damien Hirst


My Favorite Restaurants in Hong Kong

Updated: 07/04/2018 | July 4th, 2018 In the crowded streets of Hong Kong, one always finds street vendors serving delicious noodles, roasted ducks hanging in the windows of restaurants, fish tanks full of tonight’s dinner, and trendy eateries next to decades-old dim sum establishments. Smells of rice, fried chicken, and noodles fill the air as you move from restaurant to restaurant. Food is the grease that keeps the wheels of this city moving at a lightning-fast pace. As my flight began its fin...
Tags: Travel, Food, Asia, Hong Kong, China, Aberdeen, Thailand, Michelin, Causeway Bay, Best Of, Mong Kok, Wellington, Best Restaurants, Hostelworld, Cheap Food, Soho


The world’s top 50 restaurants

You can’t consider yourself a true foodie until you’ve tried the best restaurants in the world, right? Luckily, the official list of the world’s 50 best restaurants has just been released. From the US to Thailand, the list includes restaurants across the world, which will appeal to connoisseurs with a variety of palates. At the top of the list is Osteria Francescana located in Modena, Italy, an avant-garde Italian restaurant that many will recognize as being featured in the last season of Ma...
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The Essential Travel Guide to Liege, Belgium

We share all the best things to do in Liege (both the city and the province) including the best Liege hotels, and the best restaurants in Liege, Belgium. When travellers visit Belgium, they usually set their sights on Brussels and cities in Flanders like Antwerp and Bruges. But there is plenty to see and do in the south of the country too. With its proximity to the German, Dutch, and Luxembourg borders, Liège makes an excellent base for exploring a whole range of European countries. Whether y...
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10 Tips for Picking a Paris Restaurant

Buy Clotilde's latest book, The French Market Cookbook! Whether you live in Paris or you’re just visiting, chances are you spend a lot of time thinking, reading, talking, and fretting about restaurants. It’s entirely natural. Paris is an international capital of good food and gastronomy (the birthplace of it, even) so you want to make every meal count, yet you know its 40,000 restaurants are not created equal. This is fertile ground for FOMO (Fear Of Missing Out) and its sneaky cousin, FOPTWR (...
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12 Pitmasters You Need To Know Around The U.S.

Barbecue is having a long, extended moment and as a result, one can now find well prepared, slow-smoked meat in every state in the U.S. And like chefs in the kitchen, pitmasters have risen to the ranks of international celebrities coming together for big smoked meat events upcoming Big Apple Barbecue . From old-school barbecue families to new school barbecue geeks, here are 10 pitmasters you need to know. Follow along with our BBQ road trip all month long on our social media channels with ...
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Appalachian Food Revolution

Why is such a bountiful region struggling to get healthy food onto dinner tables? On the outskirts of Staunton, Va., sits a little red brick building with a screen door and whitewash shutters. It doesn’t look like much on the outside, but what happens inside the aptly named restaurant The Shack is emblematic of a movement that is much larger than its 400-square-foot space. “Do I cook Appalachian food? Well, I cook food of the region inspired by the region with ingredients from the region, so sur...
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Southern Living says Houston's home to the best restaurant in Texas

The best restaurant in the Lone Star State is one you've probably eaten at. The Original Ninfa's on Navigation, at 2704 Navigation Blvd., was named tops in Texas, according to Southern Living's "The Best Restaurants in Every Southern State 2017" list. The magazine compiled the list with the help of its about 22,000-member "community" and named best eateries for 16 states and Washington, D.C. "Whether you believe this to be the home of the first fajitas or not, there’s no denying Ninfa’s as… ...
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The Best of 2016 Best of Lists

It’s that time of year again—the time to look backward and take stock of the year almost past. What have we done well, what have we made a colossal mess of, and what made the year that’s about to be special and unique? If you don’t have a ready answer, don’t worry: there’s a list for that. While not all directly related to small businesses, the following 2016 best of lists will provide information, instruction, and inspiration that can help you and your small business thrive in 2017 and beyon...
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Popcorn Cockles: The New Face of Welsh Food

The New Face of Welsh Food Talk about Welsh food and most people draw a blank, even if they’re from the UK. Hard pressed, they’ll come up with leeks (more an emblem than a dish.) Laverbread (hey, it’s something to do with seaweed!) Or cockles amid the laverbread, harvested from the southern coast around Swansea. If you’re on a roll (I’m going to ignore the obvious pun here,) you may hear about Welsh rarebit, albeit often mislabelled as nothing but cheese on toast. And if they’re fee...
Tags: Travel, Europe, UK, Wales, Italy, Swansea, Best Restaurants, Wright, Carmarthenshire, Llandeilo, National Botanic Garden of Wales, Food Emporium, Carmarthen, Black Mountains


Consider The Fork: Is Food Criticism Relevant?

There are many ways to critique an art form such as cooking, and like most art forms, the way one sees it differs from one to the other. Opinions are, with no need to repeat a vulgar idiom, commonplace. Everyone has an opinion when it comes to food, even picky four-year-olds. The critic is important, though I would have argued that as a young artist daubing oil paint upon canvas in a New York City art school. My early knowledge of the critique was mixed with the bitter vinegar of judgment. Co...
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11 Best Restaurants in Singapore That Do Not Have Michelin Stars

The recent launch of the Singapore Michelin Guide has seen 27 restaurants being bestowed the honourable star(s). Sure, we are extremely happy for the chosen ones, but there are still a couple of dining establishments that are no less deserving of the Michelin star and we only wished they were given the recognition too. These places are equally reputable and definitely regarded as Singapore’s best restaurants, and we are sure many share our sentiments on this. While the Michelin star(s) is a tes...
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My Guide to Eating in Austin

I’ve been living in Austin for two months now, and in that time, I’ve consumed a lot of food. After all, Austin is home to an incredible food scene — from BBQ joints to food trucks to healthy, organic outlets to (of course) Mexican restaurants. As more and more people move to Austin (close to 160 a day at last count) and the city balloons with a more diverse population, Austin has expanded its dining fare to include more varied and higher-quality food. Part of the reason Austin’s food tastes so...
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Things to do in Montréal March 18 to 24

As the snow melts away in Montréal, urban sugar shacks serve up delicious meals, spring break activities continue, film festivals and art events grant new perspectives, dance and theatre move us, and live music sets the weekly soundtrack. Spring starts Welcome spring with thousands of Montrealers at the city’s boisterous 193rd St-Patrick’s Day Parade, taking place downtown along Ste-Catherine Street starting at noon on March 20, and keep on celebrating the luck of the Irish at the city’s best Ir...
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Beyond Maple Syrup and Pancakes

Maple Syrup and Pancakes Like tea in Britain, sushi in Japan and tapas in Spain, some cliched food and travel pairings simply turn out to be true. And mighty tasty. My latest trip to Canada, roaming through western cities of Vancouver, Winnipeg and Calgary, provided plenty of time to soak up the sweet, sticky goodness of maple syrup and pancakes… In Vancouver, I met them among sugar-puffed bannock and thick, strong coffee. In Winnipeg, I found them in bare-brick diners, watching the Assiniboi...
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16 Delicious Places to Eat in NYC

New York City has been my home for close to three years, though I’ve been coming to the city since I was 16. (Little known nerd fact: My parents took my friend Matt and I to NYC because we won a free trip for placing first (me) and second (him) in the Massachusetts state championship of the card game Magic: The Gathering. Yes, you read that correctly!) NYC is one of the best foodie cities in the world — you can find cuisines from every ethnicity here. And from dollar pizza slices to expensive $...
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My 18 Current Favorite Restaurants in Europe

As I buried my face into the piping hot crêpe, I couldn’t help but realize how much I eat when I visit Europe. After gorging on Nutella, cheese, sausage, beer, pasta, goulash, or whatever else is put in front of me as I traverse the continent every summer, my bikini body needs some work. Europe has just too many world-class places to eat, drink, and be merry! But, as I took that second bite, I thought, “Screw it. Bring me a second crêpe. You only live once!” And so I continue eating my way acro...
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Bordeaux's best restaurants, by Joël Robuchon

Joël Robuchon, the chef, explains where he would go for brunch, lunch and dinner in and around Bordeaux [Author: Joël Robuchon] [Link to media]
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