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34 travel features tagged “Food & Drink”

Brixton sheds its shady side

A formerly neglected market in south London is thriving thanks to a regeneration project that brought Thai, African and Mediterranean flavours to a predominately Caribbean enclave.
Read more… 29 May 2012


Exploring Scotland’s historic whisky trail

Created in the early 1980s, the only malt whisky trail in the world includes seven working distilleries and a cooperage, nestled among the rolling green hills of Speyside.
Read more… 30 April 2012


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All hail the ale in Ludlow, England

The town plays host to one of the country’s foremost food festivals in September, as well as a less sophisticated spring festival that serves up beer in the medieval castle.
Read more… 23 April 2012


The Passport blog

Birmingham takes the culinary crown

With points awarded for famous foods, local initiatives, retail shops and restaurants, Birmingham has beaten London and Edinburgh in a search for the UK’s foodiest town.
Read more… 06 February 2012


Postcard from Isle of Wight, Great Britain

Quality ice cream, chip butties and crab pasties are outstanding finds from this island haven.
Read more… 22 September 2011


Twenty tastes of Britain

A grand food and drink tour around Britain, stopping at local producers that are open to visitors.
Read more… 08 September 2011


Insider’s guide to Edinburgh

Two Edinburgh locals help you dodge the tourist traps and find the best places to eat, shop and stay in the Scottish capital.
Read more… 04 August 2011


High street dining on trial

Indulge in these quick bites with Olive’s insider guide to the best value restaurant chains in Great Britain.
Read more… 24 March 2011


Postcard from Edinburgh

Scotland’s capital city can be as deluxe or as grungy as you want it to be – but rediscovering its severe beauty is the biggest thrill of all.
Read more… 01 March 2011


Fictional Footsteps

James Bond’s London

A tour of the city that 007, and his creator, Ian Fleming, called home.
Read more… 21 January 2011


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