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Sampling Beijing’s imperial duck

When the Qing dynasty fell in 1911, former palace chefs set up restaurants around Beijing and brought the dish to the public.
Read more… 08 June 2011


Postcard from Southeast Sicily

This Italian island is home to Baroque architecture, wines grown on the slopes of Mount Etna, endless pastries and superb pastas.
Read more… 07 June 2011


Beyond the Headlines

Would you like fries with that Maharaja Mac?

Even the most familiar American fast food joints can be surprisingly different abroad.
Read more… 03 June 2011


Localites

Hong Kong's unsung noodle shops

As the Michelin Guide moves to acknowledge the greatness of the Hong Kong noodle shop, locals point to the ones that were overlooked.
Read more… 31 May 2011


Insider’s guide to Venice

Avoid the tourist traps and find the real Venice – Russell Norman shares the places that inspired him to set up his own Venetian-style restaurants in London.
Read more… 26 May 2011


Worldwide Weird

Dine underwater without getting wet

In the Maldives, the all-glass, 12-seat Ithaa restaurant sits 16 feet below sea level, and offers 180-degree views of the stingrays, sharks and snapper fish that swim by.
Read more… 24 May 2011


Postcard from Belfast

Northern Ireland’s capital has a relaxed culinary renaissance and a covetable fry-up.
Read more… 24 May 2011


Travel etiquette: Eating and drinking

A list of etiquette tips, taken from various Lonely Planet guidebooks, to help you eat and drink in different parts of the world.
Read more… 19 May 2011


The Passport blog

Celebrating a week-long brewtopia

Wherever you are, tip one back in celebration of American Craft Beer Week, which lasts from 16 to 22 May.
Read more… 16 May 2011


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