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A restaurant serving Indian streetfood. Streetfood similar to what you get in the stalls in New Delhi, Mumbai or anywhere else in India. That was the dream of Nisha Katone,...

Caravan started as a fairly small all day restaurant in Exmouth Market years ago. A very pleasant restaurant with nice dishes. Then they opened a very large restaurant in the...

Some new work from Fanakapan in east London. First of all the huge Village Underground wall. The wall has been filled by an impressive mural called " Distraction, Destruction and Power...

A new food hotspot in London: Flat Iron Square. There is a lot of activity in the area around Southwark street. A number of new restaurants has opened recently, and...

There are a number of places where you can find great street art in Rome. A very special place is Tor Marancia in the Ardeatino area, close to Garbatella. The...

Eataly is probably the dream shopping place for every foodie. A huge choice of high quality ingredients. Fresh vegetables, meat, cheese and fish. Pasta, rice, bread. Wine & beer. And a...

There are so many pizza restaurants in Rome. And many prepare a pretty good pizza. But there are a number of excellent pizza restaurants that absolutely stand out. One of the...

The good thing about having been in Rome many times is you can skip all the must-sees. So this weekend in Rome, we did not do Colosseum, Vatican museums, Spanish...

History is everywhere in Rome. On every corner you will see signs from the past. And it's amazing to see the levels in history. Going down a few meter let's...

Traditional Italian cooking is great. There are so many dishes, and the country is full of amazing ingredients from fish to pasta and from meat to cheese and vegetables. But sometimes...