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A Cape Town haven for whisky lovers

In a country known for its wine, Bascule Bar is home to 400 different blends and malts.
Read more… 20 August 2012


Uruguay’s boutique wineries

This tiny South American nation, on the same latitude as viticulture giants Argentina and Chile, is home to family-owned bodegas producing exciting and experimental new blends.
Read more… 20 August 2012


The world’s most expensive dishes

From the most expensive cupcake on the planet to sushi wrapped in gold leaves and sprinkled with diamonds, who knew food could cost this much.
17 August 2012


Upmarket casino cuisine in Atlantic City

With the opening of Revel, a 14-restaurant hotel complex, Atlantic City, New Jersey is hoping that an emphasis on dining will revive the US’ second-largest gambling destination.
Read more… 13 August 2012


Peru’s gastronomic renaissance

Arequipa has some of the country’s most varied and inventive cuisine – from traditional fare in generations-old picanterías to modern Novoandina with its clever twists on the classics.
Read more… 09 August 2012


A Woodstock revival in Cape Town

A formerly down-and-out area, mostly known for crumbling Victorian cottages and dilapidated industrial buildings, is now home to the city’s hippest art scene.
Read more… 09 August 2012


Localites

Gourmet street food in London

Held in a 20,000sqft disused car park in East London, Red Market hosts some of London’s best guerilla grillers and roaming food stalls.
Read more… 09 August 2012


Localites

Where to find the best steak in Buenos Aires

Discover the parrillas that only locals know about on culinary-themed walking tours around the Argentine capital.
Read more… 08 August 2012


In Cape Town, really old New World wine

With just 11 vineyards, the Constantia Valley is the smallest of South Africa’s lush wine lands, but it is also the oldest winemaking region in the world outside of Europe.
Read more… 06 August 2012


Tokyo’s strangest sights

The Japanese city is full of baffling – yet logical -- attractions, from maid cafes to plastic food to giant robot statues.
Read more… 06 August 2012


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