What I Ate Wednesday | Lunch by the sea in Tenby – Pembrokeshire

There are no hot and longer days for the next weeks in the UK. I know it. But the glorious weather of this year’s summer in Britain had left wonderful memories to share. One of the highlights was definitely taking my parents to Tenby, in Pembrokeshire. This little harbour seaside town located in Wales has […]

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What I ate Wednesday | Veggie tapas at El Borracho de Oro – Birmingham

My What I ate Wednesday is a bit different of the usual ones. I usually talk about the challenging and pleasant way of finding vegetarian meals wherever you go. It is usually related to restaurants I have been to in no particular order or specific time. It’s only a bookmark of nice food around. :O) […]

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What I ate Wednesday – Plant-based restaurants in Covent Garden | London

When the sunshine decides to make its “special guest” appearance, walking through the streets of London can be pretty inviting. If you like a mooch around the city, Covent Garden is the melting pot of quirky places in the capital. It is fulfilled with restaurants, bars, shops, theatres, arts performances in the street and its […]

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Meet the Business # 17 | Fressh

You probably heard of Fressh, the new plant-based café opened in the Victorian City Arcade last week. The concept of healthy-eating has been well-accepted in Birmingham for ages, and Fressh is another good example of business offering quality and affordable plant-based food in town. We talked to its owner, Vijay Singh, to know more about this […]

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Rajdoot | Festival of flavours at the National Curry Week

I was lucky enough to have met people from every part of the world since I moved to Birmingham. It’s a beautiful city to learn about different cultures. And it is also present in the gastronomy, of course. The British cuisine gained much more flavours with the influence of its immigrants and it is noted […]

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Interview | Dan Anderson – Anderson’s Bar & Grill

Anderson’s Bar & Grill carries the reputation of being Midlands’ first dedicated premier steak restaurant. This award-winning steakhouse has kept its standards, expertise and proud of serving 100% British quality, rare breed beef since its opening in 2009. For the third time in the row, Anderson’s has been chosen the “Restaurant of the Year” (West […]

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Indian Street Food Festival at Praza Edgbaston

Birmingham is a worldwide gastronomic paradise. It’s due to the contribution of the huge cultural influence the city is immersed, of course. It is a multicultural city with numerous restaurants representing cuisine of several countries. This month, PRAZA Edgbaston is hosting its successful Indian Street Food Festival. The diversity of Indian food is presented at every […]

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Purnell’s Bistro & Ginger’s Bar

Oh well, everyone in Birmingham (and beyond?) hearts chef Glynn Purnell. But if it’s not everyone that can make (yet) his Michelin- starred restaurant Purnell’s, the good news is: Purnell’s Bistro & Ginger’s Bar are both also magic and very affordable. I had to tick this restaurant off my bucket list. So, let’s pretend that […]

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24 hours in Amsterdam – What to do and see

Amsterdam is considered one of the greatest planned cities in northern Europe. That’s the reason it looks extremely organised, functional and beautiful at the same time. But is it possible to make the most of it in just one day? My first trip to the capital of The Netherlands was supposed to be longer, but […]

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