Reviewed: Triple A Food Tours, Newcastle. A good food tour is a wonderful way to discover the heart and soul of a city plus a few hidden gems besides.
A mouth watering journey through Le Marais in Paris sampling some of the city’s iconic food and drink.
A culinary and cultural encounter with The Roman Food Tour, or, how I ate my way around the Eternal City on the best Rome food tour ever.
A tour of London’s iconic luxe neighbourhoods sampling delectable desserts and feasting on fabulous chocolates.
A visit to one of Porto’s top Port Cellars in Vila Nova de Gaia to find about Port’s origins in the Douro Valley, how it was invented, how it’s made, how it’s aged and most importantly what Port tastes like!
The best Dubai food tour. We visited markets and souks and crossed the creek; we met traders and local people who shared with us their stories, their passions and spoke to us the ‘language of food’.
Catania’s Pescheria is an explosion of sights, sounds and smells – bustling and chaotic it’s alive with atmosphere which instantly awakens all the senses – and the appetite!
It was back to school for me this September and not just any old school – I went to the coolest school ever – the Carpigiani Gelato University, Bologna to learn the art of making artisan gelato.
There’s something about eating outdoors under blue sky on a balmy day that makes the food seem twice as tasty but it was the surprise location of this breakfast that made it so special.