Vegetarian Restaurants in Barcelona: Much more than Salad

Vegetarian Restaurants in Barcelona: Much more than Salad

Up until a short time ago, vegetarians visiting Barcelona didn’t have much choice and often had to settle for a sad plate of lettuce and an apple. Luckily though times have changed and vegetarians and those looking to try new flavours are in luck. More than a few restaurants are now specialising in organic and vegetarian cuisine. In this post I’m going to take you on a tour of my favourite vegetarian restaurants in Barcelona. more ...

Restaurants with the best views of the Alhambra in Granada

Restaurants with the best views of the Alhambra in Granada

It seems the entire city of Granada revolves around the Alhambra and both tourists and locals alike are forever trying to get a fresh perspective when they are wandering around the Albaicín. For a truly unique experience in Granada we recommend eating out at the following restaurants where not only will you enjoy some typical local cuisine but also unrivalled views of the Alhambra. more ...

Eating Out in Tarifa

Eating Out in Tarifa

In previous posts about Tarifa we’ve talked about which beach is best to soak up a few rays or catch a few waves, we’ve also covered your nightly entertainment needs now let’s turn our attention to your stomach and more importantly filling it. That’s right today we are talking about food and eating out in Tarifa. In Tarifa you can get just about everything your stomach desires, tapas, vegetarian, Moroccan, seafood and the list goes on. Here are our favourite restaurants in Tarifa… more ...

The Tastiest Argentinean Grills in Buenos Aires

The Tastiest Argentinean Grills in Buenos Aires

If there is one thing which swells an Argentinean’s heart with pride, apart from Maradona and Messi of course, is the quality of the local meat. Knowing how to prepare a good asado is a good enough reason to boast, knowing where to get a good parrillada in Buenos Aires is motive enough as well. When you’re hungry there is nothing better than a succulent piece of meat cooked slowly over the coals. more ...

Brunch in Madrid

Brunch in Madrid

After a late night there is nothing better than waking up late, throwing on your most comfortable clothes and heading out for brunch. Lucky for us, brunch in Madrid has become a very popular way to kick start those lazy weekend days. So if you are looking for somewhere to eat between the hours of 12pm and 5pm for under 25€ follow us as we take you on a tour of Madrid’s best brunches. more ...

The Best Places in London for Afternoon Tea

The Best Places in London for Afternoon Tea

Is there anything more quintessentially British than afternoon tea? No one can say they have truly visited London until they have sat down at table laden with a steaming pot of freshly brewed tea, scones and cream and cucumber sandwiches. The tradition of afternoon tea dates back to the 18th century when the Duchess of Bedford ordered tea and cakes to be served in her chambers in the afternoon. The idea quickly caught on among the upper classes and the tradition of afternoon tea was born. The practice is still widespread today and we will show you some of the best places to have afternoon tea in London. more ...

Typical Food of the Algarve

Typical Food of the Algarve

A ruggedly beautiful coastline overlooking the Atlantic Ocean and a richly fertile interior producing orange, olive, almond and fig trees has lead to the development of two styles of cuisine in the Algarve. One based on what comes from the sea and the other what is grown in the interior. I this post we are going to have a look at some typical cuisine for you to enjoy on your holiday in the Algarve. more ...

The Best Restaurants in Salamanca

The Best Restaurants in Salamanca

The gastronomy in Salamanca is as wide and varied as the students who attend the university. As you would expect in a city with thousands of students cheap eats abound, from the humble pizza to late night kebabs. But in this post we are going to leave the typical student diet for the students and instead are going to look at the top five restaurants in Salamanca. more ...

Restaurants in Puerto Vallarta

Restaurants in Puerto Vallarta

There is no doubt Puerto Vallarta is a tropical paradise, the dark green of the jungle meets the deep blue of the Pacific Ocean, humpback whales come to calve, thousands of fish swarm the reefs and waters around the Marietas Islands. Tourists come from the world over to experience the culture and hospitality of its people, see nature close up, relax on a pristine beach under the tropical sun and eat some delicious food. We have taken the stress out of choosing a restaurant on your holiday in Puerto Vallarta and present you with our top five restaurants in Puerto Vallarta. more ...

Chocolate con Churros in Madrid, a Sweet Tradition.

Chocolate con Churros in Madrid, a Sweet Tradition.

After a long night of partying in Madrid, there is nothing better than having some delicious chocolate con churros and watch the street lights go out as the sun slowly come up on the horizon. Churros, crunchy and energetic, are the perfect accompaniment to the strong and thick chocolate. A sweet tradition that goes back to the beginning of the 19th century and one you can’t miss on your holidays in Madrid. more ...

Traditional Restaurants in Florence

Traditional Restaurants in Florence

Good, beautiful and cheap in the heart of Florence. Here are three recommmendations to enjoy the best local cuisine without having to ask where to eat in Florence. Simple ingredients, traditional preparation and love,lots of love. This is the secret of success for these three restaurants in Florence we are going to recommend. Welcoming and informal restaurants where you can try the best local dishes from teh Florentine kitchen all washed down with a good Chianti. more ...

Restaurants in Malaga

Restaurants in Malaga

Everyone knows the Spanish love their food almost as much as they love siesta and sangria. Now if you are going to Malaga for holidays then we figure that the siesta and sangria part you’ve got pretty well covered but what about the food. With this guide to restaurants in Malaga we will help you complete the treble so that you can enjoy eating like a local whether it be fine dining or going for tapas. more ...

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