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Blog posts for tag: Food

Glasgow’s Best Indian Restaurants

22 Feb 2017
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If you are seeking a bit of spice to heat things up with winter, why not try one of Glasgow’s best Indian restaurants? Most locals know that Glasgow loves its curry, but try to expand your horizons with one of the tempting restaurants below…

More Than A Meat Dish? Bologna, City Of Intellectual Life And Culinary Comfort

19 Jan 2017
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There’s nothing wrong with associating Bologna with delicious food! The town has several nicknames, but one of them is a dead giveaway: La grassa, or the fat one. This refers to the culinary culture in Bologna, which has given its name to the world-famous sauce…

Travelling Tips! What To And What Not To Splash Out On

28 Dec 2016
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For a lot of people, 2016 has been a rough year. Politics feels as though it’s thrown the world into turmoil, and some of our best loved celebrities have passed away at ages that seem far too young. It seems important, then, to fully live and enjoy our lives in 2017. If you want to take a big trip, now is the time to book it…

Visiting India: What Do First Time Visitors Need To Know?

6 Nov 2016
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Whether it’s for business or pleasure, visiting India for the first time is an experience unlike any other. From exploring the bustling cities to meditating in the tranquil temples, it’s a country filled with contrasts. Some of these contrasts are extreme, such as the divide between rich and poor…

We’ve Got It, We Flaunt It

17 Oct 2016
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California’s produce scene is so seasonably prolific one wonders what took the plant based trend so long to take. But now that it’s arrived, like the greens and grains that allow it to be, it is thriving. And in the form of the newest produce prodigious outlet to grace Melrose Avenue, Beefsteak, looks good enough to eat…

How To Enjoy London Restaurants If You Have A Food Allergy

3 May 2016
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Dining out is one of the great pleasures in life and one that everyone should be able to enjoy, but it's no fun if you suffer from food allergies and need to scan an impossible-to-interpret menu that doesn't list its ingredients in a clear and simple manner. Check out this handy guide to the London's top restaurants to dine in if you have food allergies...

European Food Guide for Foodies who like to Travel

We write a lot about many different types of foods and have reviewed numerous restaurants around Europe and other parts of the world and believe in living like a local wherever possible and that means trying the local cuisine. With this in mind, here is a fun interactive infographic to local cuisines across Europe...

The Best Food and Drink Tours in 2016

10 Feb 2016
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One of the best parts of travel is the food and drink. Cultures are strongly connected with the food and drink of each region. Get authentic tastes of wherever you travel with tours of distilleries, breweries, and famous restaurants. If you're not sure which tours are best, you can always ask around town – or simply read on for some ideas that may spark your imagination...

Autumn is Coming: Layer Up at B&H Buildings with their indulgent new menu

1 Nov 2015
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Now that the leaves have turned and the season’s colours are in full swing, it’s time to don your woolly jumpers and get stuck into some hearty autumnal grub. Over at Bourne & Hollingsworth, New Executive Chef Adam Grey has put together a menu that October would be proud of...

7 Must-Try Dishes when Visiting Mexico

19 Oct 2015
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Mexico is home to a vast amount of unique cultural sites and events, from its famed Cinco de Mayo and Dia de los Muertos holidays, to its traditional music, art, and food. Today, Mexican food has become one of the world’s most popular cuisines, being exported all across the globe. Here are a few dishes you will not want to miss-out on...