This London Pub is 150 years old – With nine lives

The Pineapple
Located in a backstreet, Pineapple faced being canned. Until locals came to its defence and saved yet another Victorian pub from conversion to luxury flats

Kimchi, marriage and mix of Italy and Korea

One marriage, two food lovers and Kimchi vegetables made a fermented mix of Italy and Korea. We met Chef Mauro and wife in London

It´s about the unfriendly Paris; Vive la Difference!

Of course we love French food, but are French waiters still as rude as they used to be? Here is the answer.

The myth of Tiramisu and where it all began

Tiramisu means, “Pull me up”. Meet Alba Campeol the 85-year-old lady who says she invented the Italian dessert.

Walking the wild side of Sierra Nevada mountains

sierra nevada
Sierra Nevada is the place to walk the wild side of Spain. We have exclusive guide for visiting charming white villages

The Young Nordic Star – with one Michelin Star

The food is light and refreshingly playful. Koka in Gothenburg deserves the first Michelin Star - and my ratings.

Big Picture of Iceland – the unique little island

Iceland's great treasure is the people, who are warm and friendly and heavily enjoy booze in the weekends. Learn more

There’s Something Cool about Vitoria-Gastein in Spain

A hidden gem and smaller than the more famous neighbors. Visit to Vitoria-Gasteiz in Spain.

Michelin Star Norbert Niederkofler on the highest level

Norbert Niederkofler
Tiny village, one single main street and two chefs collecting five famed stars is quite extraordinary. Head up to a gastronomic top in the spectacular Alps

See three unmissable photo-exhibitions in London

Photo exhibitions London
A catholic youth threatening police in Londonderry in 1971. Don’t miss these three photo-exhibitions

Manchester food by a Chef with outstanding ideas

Restaurant MCR
Sometimes we have to admit that some food are as outstanding as the football made by two famous local clubs

Best Irish pub and the dry sense of humour

Auld Shillelagh
Irish pub with the warmest welcome in London. You have to leave the typical tourist area to find Auld Shillelagh. On the lash