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Foodie paradise in Sri Lanka's hill country

Nestled in the middle of world-famous tea plantations, the charming village of Ella offers gourmands the chance to dig deep into the country’s complex culinary traditions.
Read more… 23 April 2013


Eatimology

Chipping away at the history of fish and chips

Although often associated with the seaside, the first chippie opened its doors in London, where the working class propelled the iconic dish into popular culinary culture.
Read more… 19 April 2013


World’s best beach restaurants

From a Californian seafood haven to a Sardinian cafe in Sydney, these five beachfront eateries prove that everything tastes better by the water.
18 April 2013


World’s best hostels for food

From stale bread and cold coffee to grilled merguez sausages and refreshing ceviche, these budget accommodations have a come a long way in terms of quality cuisine.
15 April 2013


Localites

Sip and savour California

Every Friday night until 24 May, oenophiles can get a taste of the Napa Valley and beyond at the Berkeley Wine Festival, where gourmet dishes are paired with exceptional local drops.
Read more… 15 April 2013


Sydney’s bohemian heartland

Most visitors know Kings Cross as Sydney’s red-light district, but the neighbourhood offers a lot more than strip clubs and sex shops.
Read more… 12 April 2013


Is culinary tourism the next big thing in Crete?

In the wake of the ongoing economic crisis, the Greek island is using its tradition of fresh local produce to make tourism the driving force towards recovery.
Read more… 11 April 2013


The Passport blog

Play your part in the global food crisis

With at least one-third of produced food squandered every year, food waste is an increasingly important issue implicating hotels, resorts, restaurants and airports.
Read more… 11 April 2013


Thirsty Explorer

Brewing a love of beer in Brussels

As the inspiration for both the US craft brewery scene and Europe’s small-batch movement, Belgium’s storied beer-making history lives on.
Read more… 05 April 2013


Fine wines of Portugal’s Douro Valley

The world's only true port is born in a scenic stretch of vineyards in the oldest demarcated wine region in the world.
04 April 2013


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