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London 30 most iconic dishes

London is spoilt for choice of places to eat, and millions of options of delicious food to order. Chatting with a few fellow bloggers recently, we were having fun coming up with our own lists of London most iconic dishes. Here is my shortlist of the dishes I believe are the most talked about,…

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A mainly foodie half a day in Venice

I love Venice. Yes, it’s touristy, full of shops selling Murano glass and venetian masks, cheap souvenir carts, day trippers from the many cruise ships; food mostly sucks if you don’t know where to eat. It’s expensive and yes, it’s romantic in a very stereotypical way with its web of…

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One weekend, two countries. Two opposite cities. Muscat & Abu Dhabi (part 1)

Until a month ago, If you asked me where Oman was, I would have quite possibly pointed somewhere between Kuwait and Bahrain, north of Dubai, probably inland. Despite my traveller reputation, my geographical knowledge of the Persian Gulf was atrocious. If you are curious, I was wrong. Oman occupies a…

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Island hopping in the Cyclades – Folegandros – part 2

After a few days partying in Mykonos, and almost a week of blissful relaxation in Koufonissi, we packed everything and jumped on the Sea Jet boat to Folegandros (φολέγανδρος), a remote and rocky small island in the Aegean Sea, about 40km north of Santorini.   Folegandros is one of the very few…

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Island hopping in the Cyclades – part 1

  Last August I spent a couple of weeks island hopping in Greece with a group of Italian friends. Our first stop was the uber-famous party island of Mykonos.   The days flew by, lounging on Agios Sostis and Agios Stefanos beaches, watching sunsets and sipping mojitos at Alemagou,  a…

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Take a walk on the East side… and stop for dinner!

Recently there have been so many new openings, and in the East particularly, that is incredibly difficult to keep track of the London restaurant scene. September is shaping up to be even a busier month,  and I am at risk of an expanding waistline ;). Here are my three favorite…

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Valletta, la Superbissima

Back  in May, I had the chance to spend a few days in Valletta, the Maltese capital. I was in Valletta for work, but managed to squeeze a little sightseeing, walking around the utterly beautiful old town, and enjoying a completely unexpected and fabulous dinner.   Valletta reminds me of…

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London Mini Restaurant Guide

If you are visiting London and have no idea where to eat and drink, look no further! I get asked almost on a daily basis recommendations to eat out in London. This is why I have created a FREE Mini Guide you can download on your phone or print off….

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A weekend in Paris

A few weeks back, I spent a much needed girlie weekend in Paris with A and C. Our plan was to relax and take a break from our hectic lives, enjoy the simple pleasures of food and wine, and get inspired by the stylish and classy beauty of the French…

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Medieval village dining

A few days back, I flew to Genoa and spent a long weekend on the Italian Riviera, in the small town of Borgio Verezzi, that I am used to visit since I was a newborn baby :). Borgio Verezzi is made of two small towns, Borgio, by the sea with…

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