I recently met up with Alex Lazarowicz from Barna-Brew, one of Barcelona’s newest and most exciting craft beer brands, to talk about his Brussels-Barcelona beer…1 Comment
Tapas in Spain – Pasta in Italia – Pub Grub in London – Here are my personal recommendations for eateries around the world.
Andina is the new sister restaurant of my favourite restaurant in London: Ceviche. However, it seems she still has a way to go before she grows…Leave a Comment
I was lucky enough to be invited along on one of Devour Barcelona’s first food tours here in Barcelona. As the sister company of the wildly successful Madrid Food Tour, my hopes were high. Needless to say, I wasn’t disappointed…
I’ve always thought that the best way to get acquainted with a new culture is to study its cuisine. And wandering through the enchanting streets of Gracia, Barcelona’s darling neighbourhood, eating and drinking … well, that’s the kind of studying you can do all day long!
Whether you’re visiting Barcelona for the first time and want to get off the beaten path, or you live here full-time and are looking for a fresh perspective, Devour Barcelona Food Tours are a delectable and intriguing way to do it. Read on to find out why.
1. Because Who Doesn’t Enjoy a Champagne Breakfast?
OK, OK, in Spain it’s called cava and not champagne, but it’s actually the same decadent drink of your dreams. In fact, Catalunya produces the bulk of the world’s cava, and here in Barcelona, when it’s served with a few sliced butifarra (Catalan sausages) in an oven-warm baguette, it is pure and unadulterated pleasure.2 Comments
Tucked away on a sunny backstreet in the charming neighbourhood of Gracia, you’ll find La Vermutería del Tano: a time warp and one of Barcelona’s…3 Comments
Perched on what feels like the highest point in London (it’s not), Richmond’s Roebuck is a proper boozer that bestows its patrons with lofty views over…Leave a Comment
After a dizzying three years of living in this vast and enigmatic city, I’ve finally managed to pin down and share a few of my…Leave a Comment
Small but comfortably intimate; there isn’t room for everyone at Ceviche. And as the lights are turned down and the food fiesta finds its momentum, you…Leave a Comment
I won’t mince my words here, there’s nothing handsome about East London. In fact, forget everything you think you know about London, East London ain’t…Leave a Comment
When I moved to Barcelona, it was because I wanted to live on the Mediterranean Sea, but it didn’t take long to realise that Barcelona has so much…Leave a Comment
This is my straight-talking guide to the best things to do in Paris. I’ve tailored it specifically for those who are short on time and hungry…2 Comments
They say that Paris is modernising and changing, but I discovered that the classic, ancient pleasures of Paris are still alive and well… “Don’t tell…1 Comment
The warmest welcome in London, and not at all as overpriced as everyone keeps saying…. Yashin sushi restaurant is tucked away on one of the…Leave a Comment
Top tips on Krakow’s famous milk bars, restaurants, free walking tours and vodka bars, and find out how to save money on your trip to Auschwitz! Go!36 Comments
Looking for new craft beers to try? Join me on this epic craft beer tasting adventure and discover 15 of the world’s finest brews…(from Beer…Leave a Comment
Sylvie, my girlfriend, was living in Madrid when I met her. I was living in Barcelona at the time. Every weekend for a year, I’d…6 Comments
With its rustic bouchon restaurants and prized peasant delicacies on every street corner, it doesn’t take long to work out why Lyon is hailed as…3 Comments
You don’t go to Singapore to see the sites or discover its history; you go to Singapore to indulge in a heavenly world of flavour.…Leave a Comment
I was lucky enough to be shown around Valencia by two friends who were born and raised in this beautiful part of Spain. Neiser and…23 Comments
Exploring London’s epic attractions would be a lot easier if it wasn’t for the limitless supply of delicious distractions. The zingy jalfrezis and peppery steaks,…1 Comment
Take a stroll along South Bank and discover all the best bits of London, in one place….. There are two Londons. There’s the hipster, grimy,…Leave a Comment
UPDATE: I moved back to Barcelona! Click here to see my latest guide to the best restaurants and tapas bars in Barcelona! As much as…3 Comments
Visiting the Amalfi coast has always been a dream of mine and I had been obsessed with the idea of spending some time there since…1 Comment