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Milan | The Culinary Scene

Milan's culinary scene is bound to tickle any type of eater's taste buds: home to plenty of migrants, it boasts food whipped up by chefs from all around Italy and beyond. Which means you'll just as easily come across Sicilian food (arancini! Muffuletta! Scacciata!) or sushi as you will traditional Milanese fare.Read More

Kolkata | It A Treat!

We are sure that you must have heard of Roshogullas & Sondesh, and may have even tasted the magic of these cultural inventions. But when it comes to Kolkata cuisine, there are endless surprises for foodies like you and us. Right from the starters to the main course followed by dessert, the city offers culinary treats on a silver platter, and we bet you can’t just have one! (Shotti!)Read More

Hyderabad | Princely Legacy of Food

The capital state of Andhra Pradesh will always be known for its rich traditional heritage that reflects in its memorials and cuisines. It was the beginning of the 14th century when Bahmani Sultanate followed by the Qutb Shahi dynasty in India was holding its grip around Hyderabad. The, then known Deccan cuisines are today referred to as Hyderabadi cuisines.Read More

Geneva | Cuisine Best of Two Worlds

What is “real” Swiss food, you may wonder and you’re not alone. Trust us, there is more to it than cheese fondue, but it is a difficult question, even for the Swiss, as recipes and preferences vary from canton to canton.Read More

Cochin | Foodie Paradise that the city is

The welcoming locals and the fascinating cultural legacy only adds to Kochi’s charm. Bestowed with the sobriquet, the Queen of the Arabian Sea, Kochi is perhaps the best example of how cultural exchanges leave a long-lasting trace in India which are then seamlessly interwoven into the local cultural fabric. Read More

CapeTown | Veritable Foodie Paradise

Cape Town is a veritable foodie paradise. The city’s history, along with global food trends, means that there are several dishes you have to try when visiting the Mother City – whether it’s traditional South African braai (barbecue), wild game meat or Japanese sushi.Read More

Frankfurt | Combination of regional cuisines

German food, as a concept, is a combination and simplification of the many different regional cuisines found throughout Germany. The country is made up of 16 states and many have their own culture and cuisine. Frankfurt, in the state of Hesse,Read More

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