Food and Drink Trail in Exeter

Foodies visiting the Exeter and Greater Exeter area can now follow an exciting Food and Drink Trail journey this Autumn. Set to place Exeter on the map as a major new foodie destination, the Exeter Food and Drink Trail has brought together the area’s finest food and drink producers, retailers and restaurateurs. To make your […]

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What I Ate Wednesday |Falafels and Turkish coffee at Damascena

I think I can totally understand now why this place is always packed. But you should check it by yourself if you are nearby. Damascena is a well-established coffee house, delicatessen and bakery located right in the centre of Birmingham. They have more two address in Harborne and Moseley. But I have visited the branch […]

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What I Ate Wednesday | A walk across the Brooklyn Bridge and the giant pizza in DUMBO

One of the most surreal moments of this trip to New York was definitely stepping on Brooklyn Bridge. The most vivid memory I had about this colossal construction doesn’t come from films or tv shows. It actually comes from an image showing Brooklyn’s bridge famous features and hybrid cables. In this photo, the bridge was […]

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What I Ate Wednesday | Vegan Burger, birthplace of hip-hop and Wes Anderson reference in Harlem, New York

There is so much to see, learn and experiment in Harlem. We just had the chance to check a tiny part of Sugar Hill – the famous neighbourhood that is remembered as the birthplace of the hip-hop movement. A quick reading on the Harlem Renaissance history can give you a brief idea about its heritage. […]

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What I ate Wednesday | Café Reggio, Magnolia Bakery and The Stonewall Inn in New York

I keep thinking you need two extra lives to enjoy a gastronomic scene in New York City. It’s just impossible to name and experience all the best restaurants, bars and cafes the city has to offer to tourists and locals. It’s quite frustrating and amusing at the same time. My first trip to New York […]

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