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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

Hanoi | The Unique Delicacies

Vietnamese cuisine varies by region. Each city, even each village has its own list of unique local specialties. Hanoi is no exception. Our quest through Vietnam started in the capital city of Hanoi, known for must eat Hanoi food. Many of the popular Vietnamese dishes originated here. Read More

Agra | Get To Taste The Best

Agra is not only famous for the mesmerizing Taj Mahal but its delicacies too. It is acknowledged as one of the best street food serving spots in the country by many connoisseurs.Read More

London | The Diverse Culinary Scene

Widely regarded as one of the most diverse cities in the world, London’s culinary scene offers an eclectic mixture of classic British and modern, multicultural cuisine. As the UK’s capital and one of the world’s most popular tourist locations, London acts as a representative of everything British to a wide array of visitors from around the world. Read More

Interlaken | Culinary Wonders of the City

After you’ve had your fill of adrenaline-packed fun falling out of the sky or hiking the stunning Swiss Alps, check out these spots to satisfy the post-adrenaline hunger. Let the culinary wonders of chocolate shops, fine dining and adventurous drinks titillate your taste buds, all while surrounded by the natural beauty of Interlaken.Read More

Maldives | Savories in the Island

If the thought of sitting in a restaurant with a beach view, breathing in the aroma of the smoked tuna with a glass of wine in your hand makes you happy; or the idea of going on a food walk, hanging around the local food joints excite you, then read on!Read More

Bali | Culinary Destination in Indonesia

Bali deserves its place as a major culinary destination in Indonesia, which it owes in no small part to its unique mix of spices. Basa gede combines shallots, coconut oil, chili, candlenuts, cloves, garlic, turmeric, ginger, and a revolving cast of other seeds and roots; all come together to form the flavor base for many of the foods in the list below.Read More