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Pisa | Tuscan Delicacies

Tuscan food tends to be simple, almost rustic, but is always made from the best ingredients. Most famous is the typically unsalted Tuscan bread (pane sciocco). Stories suggest that the lack of salt is the result of a trade dispute between Pisa and Florence. Read More

Beijing | International Culinary City

With the exception of Beijing’s best-known culinary export, Peking duck, most of the city’s most famous dishes have been adopted from surrounding areas. Regardless of their origin, all of the following dishes are now fully ingrained in Beijing life and can be sampled at restaurants throughout the city. Enjoy! Beijing Roast Duck Beijing roast duck, […]Read More

Bengaluru | The Perfect Foodgasms

After finding a perfect blend of modernity and then blending with tradition, Bangalore has managed to rise the ranks from merely being a garden city to become one of the most sought-after cities in the world. Read More

Dublin | Remarkably Vibrant Irish Cuisne

Dublin’s food scene is remarkably vibrant, boasting a plentiful selection of fine dining restaurants and a myriad of cuisines from all over the globe. When it comes to traditional Irish fare, the best place to find authentic flavours is in the kitchen of any busy local pub serving lunch and dinner. Read More

Moscow | The Delicious Nature of Russian Food

Russian food might not have the international renown of other, more widespread cuisines, but little-by-little, the foodie community is starting to uncover the true, delicious nature of traditional Russian food, and the unique, slightly eccentric and family-oriented philosophy that defines Russian food culture.Read More

Mauritius | Melting Pot of Flavours

Often described as the 'melting pot of flavours', Mauritius offers a wide variety of food from different cuisines. A number of markets sell global food products in Mauritius. It is interesting to know that there is no distinct Mauritian food; the island was uninhabited until the Portuguese found it on their voyage through the Indian Ocean. Read More

Cairo | The Egyptian Savouries

For those who love savoury and well-spiced dishes, Egyptian food is a blessing. Whether you’re grabbing a bite to eat from a street vendor or dining at an elegant 5-star restaurant, Cairo is the place for hearty and flavourful dishes that will delight all taste buds.Read More

Madurai | The Bold Flavours

Madurai is one of Tamil Nadu’s and India’s most important cultural hubs. Earliest records of Madurai show a city in early 300 BC with trade relations reaching as far back as with the ancient Romans and Greeks. Kautilya made a specific mention of Madurai as a trading and commercial hub. Madurai’s rich cultural heritage is married to its culinary identity as Tamil Nadu’s food capital.Read More