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Warsaw’s Trendy Made-over Market Halls

Warsaw’s Trendy Made-over Market Halls

What are the great culinary capitals of Europe? You’re probably thinking of Paris, Rome, Helsinki… what about Warsaw? Polish cuisine isn’t only pierogies, and in recent years this lively city has made great leaps, with fantastic new restaurants springing up in unexpected places. But nowhere is the city’s dining scene more interesting than the market… Continue Reading

5 Places to Taste Real Bulgarian Cuisine in Sofia

5 Places to Taste Real Bulgarian Cuisine in Sofia

By Ana Dobrevska, guest blogger from Sofia, Bulgaria Sofia can offer you much more than you might imagine in terms of cultural heritage and authenticity. Apart from having the second largest cathedral on the Balkan Peninsula, the Alexander Nevsky Cathedral, as well as the enchanting mountain of Vitosha, which is reachable even by public transportation, another… Continue Reading

What’s New in Prague: 3 Fresh Favorites

What’s New in Prague: 3 Fresh Favorites

Prague’s dining scene ebbs and flows, like the river that runs through the center of the city. New places are opening all the time, and sometimes they’re exceptional. The three restaurants we’ve chosen to highlight here are all standout examples of things done right. Bistrot 104 This isn’t Prague’s first slightly hipster, Nordic-inspired (think Noma) eatery. Field,… Continue Reading

Other Eats

Other eats - some foreign food options in our destinations

Eating local is a good rule to live by. What about when you tire of the local cuisine and want to see what the neighbors are eating but don’t have the time to visit? We’ve got you covered. Continue Reading

Light & Lively: Vegetarian Dining in Prague

Light & Lively: Vegetarian Dining in Prague

Not long ago, ordering a vegetarian dinner in Prague would get you a plate of beige fried cheese and bland boiled potatoes at best, and chicken salad at worst. Those days are over, thanks to a handful of innovative restaurants who are keeping Prague on track with fresh dining trends. The city’s restaurant scene is still meat-heavy, but there… Continue Reading

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