To say I had some unforgettable dining experiences in 2015 would be an understatement. I work in food tourism, I blog about food and travel and eat for a living. I was also given the honour this year of reviewing around 40+ Rome restaurants (in less than 40 days) for a world renowned travel guide (due to be published in May 2016 and more to be announced in due course).
Amsterdam is just so darn pretty. I mean my eyes started to hurt after a while from all the… Pretty! The heritage protected canal belt area is just gorgeous and so on a sunny spring morning (with Amsterdam being a little bit of a show-off for me!) I met my food tour guide (colleague and friend), Annamaria of Eating Amsterdam tours for a foodie walk through the Jordaan neighbourhood. Here’s
On my third trip to Prague, I finally discovered how to eat like a local and the fundamentals of Czech cuisine. Confession.. Ok so I do know a couple of people in the city and work for Eating Europe (the tour company responsible for food tours in Rome, London, Amsterdam and Prague)… And have foodie friends like Amsterdam Foodie who were more than willing to part with a series of
While in London on business last week I got to sample the Eating Italy Food Tours’, British cousin: Eating London. And I have to say from the outset, if you’re headed there anytime soon and having trouble deciding on unique things to do or trawling through the many London tours on offer, please don’t hesitate to book this. Gosh it was nice to be back in London town. As an