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Af: Camilla

by Camilla @ Kommentarer til: Best vegan and vegetarian food in Copenhagen

Hey Laura, thank you so much for your comment. That makes me very happy to hear! Hope you and your son had a great (vegan, healthy) trip! ;)

Common mistakes when traveling to Prague, a.k.a.

Common mistakes when traveling to Prague, a.k.a. "It's your own fault"

by Taste Prague @ PRAGUE FOOD BLOG - Taste of Prague Food Tours

Here at Taste of Prague, we have this secret competition with Vienna: we want all the guests of our food tours, and all the visitors to Prague, enjoy our city more than Vienna. Not that we have anything against Vienna. We actually love that place. But still, when many of our guests visit Prague, Vienna and Budapest within the same trip, we want them to enjoy Prague the best. It’s just the way we are. Competitive. But some Prague visitors don’t make it easy. Their Prague stays are riddled by what we would see as traveling mistakes. (We wrote about some don'ts of Prague already.) And then they complain about Prague. And we’re sad. And angry. Yup, it’s an emotional rollercoaster here at Taste of Prague whenever someone dares criticize out home town.  To avoid that, we have put together a short list of what we think are the main mistakes we’ve seen visitors to Prague make, and how and why to avoid them. We hate to be haters, but hey - nobody disses our town on our watch! So drop that pretzel, push away the pork knuckle, and read on. Here’s what you don’t do during your stay in Prague.

Restaurants Near Comfort Hotel Vesterbro, Copenhagen - Skyscanner

Restaurants Near Comfort Hotel Vesterbro, Copenhagen - Skyscanner


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Looking for restaurants near Comfort Hotel Vesterbro? Find 160 nearby restaurants in Copenhagen, Denmark visited by over 10,305 people.

Prague off the beaten path: Dlouha street

Prague off the beaten path: Dlouha street

by Taste Prague @ PRAGUE FOOD BLOG - Taste of Prague Food Tours

We’ve said it once and we will say it again: picking the right place to eat or drink in Prague’s historical centre can be tricky. The thing is, most of the venues in the areas exposed to tourism are not really frequented by the locals and you have to cherry-pick them to find the good, authentic local spots. Prague can get very touristy at times. Just wait until you get here and you'll see what we’re talking about. Luckily, there are a few places in the centre that are exceptions to the rule. One of them is the Dlouha street. Just a few steps of the madness that is the Old Town Square, with the Astronomical Clock that the locals are careful to avoid around the full hour (if you’ve been to Prague, you understand), the Dlouha street is a refuge that offers some great places to eat, meet and great with the locals. If you are in the Old Town area, you can spend nearly the entire day in the Dlouha street and its surroundings eating, drinking and even enjoying some culture and walks. Don’t believe us? Here are some of the options.

Af: Laura McDaniel

by Laura McDaniel @ Kommentarer til: Best vegan and vegetarian food in Copenhagen

So glad I found your blog, via The Copenhagen Tales. My son is vegan & I NEED a healthy menu so will be looking for these places on our trip!! Thank you, an American fan now!

Mormor

Mormor

by CL @ Copenhagen Restaurant Guide

Resembling a grandma’s home, Mormor is a cozy café in downtown Copenhagen, serving a range of homemade pastry, cakes and comfort lunch fares.

Our favorite places for hot chocolate in Prague

Our favorite places for hot chocolate in Prague

by Taste Prague @ PRAGUE FOOD BLOG - Taste of Prague Food Tours

We don't know about you, but when the summer ends, we say good-bye to our running shoes, waste any exercise we engaged in during the summer, and just focus on a steady diet of Pho, roast pork, buttery risottos and other comfort foods. Hey, the winter's coming, and that's not the time to fool around. You need to eat. Just ask our grandmas.  But the gloomy, dark and increasingly short days have a positive side, too: the season for hot chocolate in Prague has officially begun. Talk about a silver lining. Here's the places we like to visit for our cup of the delicious - and highly addictive - stuff.

Af: Mille Zascha Keini

by Mille Zascha Keini @ Kommentarer til: Best vegan and vegetarian food in Copenhagen

What a great guide for especially newbies and tourist. I'm sure it will be helpful for a lot of people.

Suoi Tien – Vietnam’s Weirdest Amusement Park

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Located in Ho Chi Minh City, Suoi Tien is Vietnam’s wacky Buddhist wonderland. It’s Vietnam’s weirdest amusement park and maybe the strangest in all of...

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Racist Sandwich Podcast’s Kickstarter Is The Best One To Support Right Now

by Tiffany @ Food Republic

One of food media and culture’s biggest criticisms to date is the lack of diverse discussion of race, gender and class. That’s why Racist Sandwich is the podcast we all need! But it needs outside support to keep going. The independent podcast, hosted by chef and writer Soleil Ho and journalist Zahir Janmohamed, recently capped […]

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Must-eat soups in Prague

Must-eat soups in Prague

by Taste Prague @ PRAGUE FOOD BLOG - Taste of Prague Food Tours

Soup in Prague is a life-saver when the fall hits the city: many foreign visitors end up walking more than they ever thought they would, and a bowl of hot, delicious, steaming soup is the best prevention of a ruin-your-travel cold. And the Czechs love a good soup: what Czech cuisine lacks in the appetisers department, it makes up for in the soups category. According to Chef Sahajdak, the executive chef of arguably the best restaurant in Prague, Czech food is all about sauces and soups. So where to go for the best soup in Prague? Read on.

Top 10 Most surprising facts about Denmark

by Ha Truong @ Expatolife

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I decided to write this post when one of my friends asked me “What surprised you the most when you first came to Denmark?” As a Vietnamese girl who lived in Japan, Denmark is a whole new world for me. I did not know much about this country until I got there. In this article, […]

Top 10 Most surprising facts about Denmark
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2017 Year in Review: Successes, Failures & Lessons learned

by Ha Truong @ Expatolife

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As today is that last day of 2017, I decided to take a look back on my blogging journey this year. It has been an up and down year for Expatolife, but overall it’s great! I’d like to celebrate all my wins, as well as my failures/ challenges and what I’ve learned from them in […]

2017 Year in Review: Successes, Failures & Lessons learned
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Best vegan and vegetarian food in Copenhagen - CopenhagenByMe

Best vegan and vegetarian food in Copenhagen - CopenhagenByMe


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My favorite places for some green energy aka vegan and vegetarian food in Copenhagen? Finally it's here: the complete guide!

Amazon, Carbonara, Pizza: 10 Hot Topics On Food Republic

by Tiffany @ Food Republic

We got down to the nitty gritty this week with the news. Reports of slave labor out of Thailand have sparked further acting to end and prevent it, a huge acquisition in the spirits world made some influences in the stock market and Amazon’s latest venture in expansion has us thinking “where will they end […]

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Update: Our FOOD CLUB renovation is in the making

by Kaspar Mørk Arianto @ Madklubben

You hear strange sounds coming from the backyard at Sortedam Dossering where our previous Madklubben Nørrebro used to lie. Here we are having our hands full with the renovation to make room for the grand buffet which will have the central role in our new social dining concept: FOOD CLUB.

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The complete guide to: Krakow travel

by Monika Prylinska @ Urban Adventures

Anyone considering a visit to culture-filled Krakow would be on the way to making a great travel decision. What you’ll find upon arrival is Europe’s largest market square and a charming Old Town teeming with some of the city’s best attractions, as well as museums aplenty, and parks and green...

My favourite new openings of 2016

My favourite new openings of 2016

by Briony Cullin @ The Glasgow Food Blog | Only the best restaurants in Glasgow

As it's November and we're all wishing 2016 would just hurry up and piss-off, I thought I'd write about some of the brand new food/drink places which opened this year in case you've missed them. Here's a few of my favs... 

Things to do in: Copenhagen

by Mie Rom Dybro @ Urban Adventures

Progressive, artsy, oh-so-livable Copenhagen is the kind of city that will make you want to stay indefinitely. It’s packed with plenty to explore and discover, from the extensive fine arts scene to quirky parks, epic brunches to street food feasts. To help you make the most of your time in...

Digital nomad depression – a downside of travelling the world full time

by LarsHoldgaard @ Lars Holdgaard

When some newbie decides to jump into the amazing new world of digital nomadism – their Instagram and Facebook fill up with amazing pictures. They see temples in Chiang Mai, they take selfies at the beaches of Bali and post awesome food pictures from the local food markets in Singapore. This all looks amazing, and … Continue reading Digital nomad depression – a downside of travelling the world full time

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Review: Non Viet

Review: Non Viet

by Briony Cullin @ The Glasgow Food Blog | Only the best restaurants in Glasgow

Non Viet on Sauchiehall St serves fresh, vibrant & delicious Vietnamese food. I've tried their takeaway lunch & dinner – I highly recommend it!

Now you can book a table at Madklubben Østerbro – check out the menu here

by Kaspar Mørk Arianto @ Madklubben

Madklubben Østerbro is open! Get ready for scrumptious dishes such as a luxury hotdog, lobster salad with mango, beef tartare, Label Rouge chicken, pan fried winter cod, “Mexicali” rib eye and three irresistible desserts. All within the well known Madklubben concept frame where you can enjoy a single serving from DKK 125, two dishes from DKK 175 and a complete 3-course dinner from as little as DKK 225...

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A Quick, Delicious, No-Nonsense Lunch at Quan Com Ga Hai Nam

by thevietnamese @ Thevietnamese

Now that I’m on my fourth chicken-centric Hẻm Gem, I guess I might as well start carrying out these assignments dressed as a chicken. Today’s … View More

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Bánh Xèo and People-Watching on the Canal

by thevietnamese @ Thevietnamese

There are certain foods in life that take time to love. Mắm tôm, for instance, or mắm chưng. Any of the mắms, really. Durian, I’m told, is a … View More

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District Tonkin

District Tonkin

by CL @ Vietnamese – Copenhagen Restaurant Guide

District Tonkin probably serves some of the best Bahn Mi in central Copenhagen. They have recently started to sell Vietnamese Pho too.

City Winery Heads To Puerto Rico For Hurricane Relief: This Week In Food Events

by Tiffany @ Food Republic

There’s nothing like enjoying a glass of wine or cocktail while also giving back to communities and supporting causes that are important to you. Find some options in New York, Atlanta, Chicago and more below! Then mark you calendar for the indoor block party that is the Meatpacking District’s annual Open Market. Brooklyn’s Leyanda continues […]

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Can Vietnamese food succeed overseas?

Can Vietnamese food succeed overseas?


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One thing we all agree on, with a lot of knowing shakes of our heads,is that having our native cuisine anywhere else in the world, even atestablishments run completely by Vietnamese people, never fails to fallshort.

In northern Vietnam, a piece of unfinished cloth tells a story

by Hannah Crosby @ Urban Adventures

I recently took a trip with my mother through northern Vietnam, and up into the mountainous region that borders Southern China. The people who have lived there for generations are not Vietnamese, but a mix of isolated and unique groups that retain very separate cultural styles — partly due to...

Sneak peek at the menu: FOOD CLUB will be a hit for vegans and vegetarians

by Kaspar Mørk Arianto @ Madklubben

Finally we can reveal the menu for FOOD CLUB’s opening night January 22nd. We have one rule: We wish to serve the best commodities of the season and create delicious dishes for you, whether you are a vegetarian, vegan, pescetarian, flexitarian or just really fond of meat! Even though our menu offers various kinds of(...)

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No Stress

No Stress

by CL @ Copenhagen Restaurant Guide

“Norway’s best cocktail bar” (by The Oslo Bar Awards) has opened a Danish branch in the inner city of Copenhagen.

Copenhagen - Explore Parts Unknown

Copenhagen - Explore Parts Unknown


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Eat, Drink, Know, Go: The world according to Anthony Bourdain

The bittersweet (and spicy) history of South African cuisine

by Tyler Elmore @ Explore Parts Unknown

This complex country's food culture reflects the common humanity of its citizenry: their search for succor and comfort, identity, communion, and hope for a better day.

Prague food scene in 2017 - a year in review

Prague food scene in 2017 - a year in review

by Taste Prague @ PRAGUE FOOD BLOG - Taste of Prague Food Tours

Oh, what a year 2017 was. What started rather slowly has become, both for us personally and for Prague’s food scene in general, a year of excitement and hope. Here’s the year 2017 in review, as it relates to the Prague food scene. (And yes, we did not know what picture to post as the title photo, so we put a pic from Maso a Kobliha with JJ's first hand modeling assignment.)

Review: Kimchi Cult

Review: Kimchi Cult

by Briony Cullin @ The Glasgow Food Blog | Only the best restaurants in Glasgow

Kimchi Cult in Glasgow's West End have been one of my favourite places to eat for a long time – they do seriously delicious Korean street food. They started out as a pop up, then moved to Glasgow a few years back and into their home on Chancellor Street in the West End. 

Martin's Five Favourites in Prague

Martin's Five Favourites in Prague

by Taste Prague @ PRAGUE FOOD BLOG - Taste of Prague Food Tours

Here's the penultimate edition of “Prague Five Faves”, where we introduce the people behind Taste of Prague. Before we finish off next week with Zuzi, we still have to introduce Martin.  You know, Czech has a formal and an informal “you” (think “tú” and “usted” in Spanish). And just like Jaromir Jagr, the Czech ice-hockey legend and Jan’s future husband (if his dream/nightmare becomes a reality), Martin hasn’t used the formal “you” in years. Yup, you had Martin at “hello”. You’re friends now.  He also has a very interesting background (and we don’t meant that physically): How on earth does a psychotherapist with an Austrian passport born in the Czech Republic become a butcher in Prague? Is it because stabbing dead flesh with a knife gives you more job satisfaction than dealing with problems of people who are alive? Well, that’s Jan’s theory. The fact is we hit it off the instant he appeared behind the counter of the Nase maso butcher shop, and we’ve been hitting it off ever since. He’s a big guy with an even bigger heart who’s main problem is that he doesn’t call Zuzi after the tour to tell her how it went soon enough because he just wants to make sure you don’t get lost on your way to the hotel so he just takes you there. Or for a beer. And he loves food. Having travelled through most of the world (under conditions we sometimes find hard to believe - do commercial aircrafts really have a spare seat in the back?) and eaten just about anything, Martin knows good food and spends most of his free time trying to recreate the food memories he has gathered over the years. Want to meet him on Sunday? Check out the Vietnamese Sapa market, or the new Mexican joint that has just opened. Do you want to meet him at night? Just visit a popular pub or club. Because he just loves company, and the company loves him back. 

Kiin Kiin Piin To in Tivoli

Kiin Kiin Piin To in Tivoli

by CL @ Vietnamese – Copenhagen Restaurant Guide

Located in the Chinese Tower in Tivoli, Kiin Kiin Piin To is an “Asian Cafeteria” (as its official website suggests) serving a host of pan-Asian cuisines, ranging from Vietnamese, Thai, Chinese, Japanese and Indian.

Jeni’s Splendid Idea: Buy Ice Cream, Support “She Should Run”

by Jess Kapadia @ Food Republic

On February 3rd, head into any one of Jeni’s Splendid Ice Creams scoop shops across the country nice and early, and place your breakfast order. That’s right, it’s National Ice Cream For Breakfast Day, and Jeni’s is donating 50% of the morning’s sales to She Should Run. The Washington, D.C. not-for-profit organization seeks to encourage a quarter of a million women to run for public […]

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Good Vietnamese Food in Denmark?  Danish PHO? +  Copenhagen Apartment Tour

Good Vietnamese Food in Denmark? Danish PHO? + Copenhagen Apartment Tour


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I finally get a chance to visit Copenhagen and tried Pho in Denmark. Is there such thing as good southern style pho? Absolutely. Pho Saigon in Copenhagen has great stuff. Also, check out the...

Franceschetta 58

by Anders Husa @ andershusa

ou probably know Osteria Francescana – the three-Michelin-starred restaurant that rose to fame when chef patron Massimo Bottura appeared in the premiere episode of the Netflix-series Chef’s Table. The interest in his innovative Italian flagship did by no means decrease when, in 2016, it was voted the best restaurant in the world on the World’s 50 Best-list.

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Nørrested

Nørrested

by CL @ Copenhagen Restaurant Guide

This café on Stefensgade is definitely one of our favorite office-away-from-the-offices in Copenhagen.

Review: Drygate

Review: Drygate

by Briony Cullin @ The Glasgow Food Blog | Only the best restaurants in Glasgow

Drygate is probably one of the places I visit most in Glasgow and yet I realised I don't have a review of it on the blog. It's a brewery, a bar, an event space, a restaurant and a whole lot more, so it's pretty amazing. I'll try to do it justice. 

Review: Temaki

Review: Temaki

by Briony Cullin @ The Glasgow Food Blog | Only the best restaurants in Glasgow

Sushi burrito is one of my all-time-favourite things I've ever eaten, but I never expected to find a place doing them in Glasgow. So when I spied Temaki on facebook, I honestly nearly fell off my chair.

10 Unique Things To Do In Saigon, Vietnam

by @ The Travel Ninjas

Looking for original things to do in Saigon? After several months exploring this city, we have some unique ideas to round out your itinerary. Some...

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11 Stories That Will Inspire Your Next Culinary Trip To LA

by Food Republic @ Food Republic

Los Angeles is hot hot hot, both in temperature, attractiveness and food scene. Add phenomenal hiking, buzzing concert venues, outstanding hotel and accommodation options — we’re looking at you, Airbnb — and recreational pot (there, we said it) and you’re set for the kind of good time that keeps you coming back again and again. […]

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Ketchup, cheese, liberty: The legend of Poland’s zapiekanka

by Monika Prylinska @ Urban Adventures

The zapiekanka (a long, open-faced sandwich) was a beloved piece of my childhood. But not only mine — it was a miracle treat for a whole generation of Polish children who discovered it at the end of ‘80s (and who still buy one from time to time for sentimental reasons)....

The best cheap eats in Copenhagen, Denmark

by Ha Truong @ Expatolife

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Copenhagen is one of the most expensive cities in the world, so living or traveling to Copenhagen may cost a lot of money. However, don’t let it stop you from visiting this beautiful Scandinavian city. Copenhagen can be a budget-friendly destination for foodies as well if you know where to eat in Copenhagen on a […]

The best cheap eats in Copenhagen, Denmark
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Zuzi's Five Favourites in Prague

Zuzi's Five Favourites in Prague

by Taste Prague @ PRAGUE FOOD BLOG - Taste of Prague Food Tours

We're finishing our "Prague Five Faves" series where we are introducing the people behind Taste of Prague. And we saved the best for last: the founder, the enforcer, the visionary: Zuzi. "Capo di tutti capi.” "Da boss.” “The interrogator.” These are only a few things people say about Zuzi. When she’s not in the room. The truth is that Zuzi runs a very tight ship and likes to be in control of things. Because she cares. She’s not that type of person with a “whatever” attitude. Only the best will do, especially when it comes to the guests of the Taste of Prague tours. And she’s a leader with a strong - and usually the right - opinion. And she’s not afraid to voice it. You know what Zuzi thinks. As Karolina put it during one of our Taste of Prague outings: “Zuzi, you’re tough, but I have never, ever, ever thought you were a b*tch.” Wow, thank you for the compliment! (We were all tipsy.) Zuzi is also a loving foodie with a discerning palate. Heck, she even quit her good lawyer's position in big law to pursue her passion for food. She’s known for one thing: she will not finish a dish or a cup of coffee she does not like. (Unlike Jan, who can gobble things that are less then perfect because, you know, food.) Which can mean long dry coffee spells during vacations. Or the relative lack of fruits in the winter because, hey, they "don’t taste the way they should”. Yes, Zuzi demands perfection not only from people but also from fruit. But Zuzi also has one of the biggest hearts you will ever see, and if you’re a friend - or a guest - she will do whatever it takes to help you or make sure you’re happy, and she is genuinely happy for your success. She is the girl behind our “will not write about bad dining experiences” policy because she understands perfection takes time and effort. And that's what makes Zuzi so great: she is the perfect combination of demanding - which is great for what we do - and loving, which is great for everything.

Calling all wine lovers: Bring your own wines to FOOD CLUB for free

by Kaspar Mørk Arianto @ Madklubben

Yes. You read correctly. At FOOD CLUB all beverages are included in our simple prices. But should you feel that tonight’s dinner requires a special or specific wine? No problem! At FOOD CLUB you’re welcome to bring along your own bottle of wine by preference. And best of all? You can bring along the festivities completely without extra costs.

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Where to Eat in Copenhagen | SUITCASE Magazine

Where to Eat in Copenhagen | SUITCASE Magazine


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Nordic cuisine is firmly on the map thanks to Noma opening in the Danish capital. Here are the best restaurants in Copenhagen.

It’s Burger King’s Turn To Modernize

by Tiffany @ Food Republic

Restaurant Brands International Inc., owner of Burger King, Popeyes Louisiana Kitchen and Tim Hortons, is throwing its hat into the digital rat race. The company created a chief technology and development officer position and hired Josh Kobza to fill it, according to Bloomberg. Kobza has served as Restaurant Brands’ chief financial officer for the past […]

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Classic Spaghetti Carbonara

Classic Spaghetti Carbonara

by Alex Campedelli @ Munchies

A classic and simple pasta best eaten after a long night of drinking.

Af: Stephanie

by Stephanie @ Kommentarer til: Best vegan and vegetarian food in Copenhagen

Heya Camilla - another great place for finer dining vegetarian is FAMO on Saxogade - they always put together a really nice vegetarian meal if you ask (probably vegan as well if you ask a bit more in advance)

Pronouncing Viet Food!

by Chao Viet Street Food @ Chao Viet Street Food

Moving to Berlin – 8 things that has surprised me as a someone from Copenhagen

by LarsHoldgaard @ Lars Holdgaard

After a nice summer in Denmark, I decided to move to Berlin for 3 months. My co-founder is German and has always wanted to try to live in Berlin, so this was a great excuse to try something new. Having a history full of digital nomadism, I was ready to try something new. I’ve never … Continue reading Moving to Berlin – 8 things that has surprised me as a someone from Copenhagen

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Must-eats at Prague's Vietnamese Sapa Market

Must-eats at Prague's Vietnamese Sapa Market


Taste of Prague Food Tours

You may have heard that Prague has a sizable Vietnamese community, and the plethora of Pho and Banh Mi places, and the convenience stores run by Vietnamese owners, only bear witness to the fact. Due to the shared Communist past and the educational exchanges arranged during these regimes, the influx

Luna’s Diner

Luna’s Diner

by CL @ Copenhagen Restaurant Guide

Luna’s Diner spoil you with an extensive selection of breakfast options, brunch favorites and comfort food choices

Bò Bía: A Piece of Saigon’s Hokkien Heritage in a Simple Street Food Roll

by thevietnamese @ Thevietnamese

Historically Saigon has been a busy trading hub that attracts merchants from all over the region, and the city’s culinary repertoire is a smorgasbord of … View More

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Prague off the beaten path: Letna district

Prague off the beaten path: Letna district

by Taste Prague @ PRAGUE FOOD BLOG - Taste of Prague Food Tours

Letna district is arguably one of the best places to live in Prague. It benefits from its location just across the river from the busy historical centre, which means you’re near it all if you want to, but not in the middle of it all if you don’t. Nestled in between two parks, the Letenský park and the Stromovka, the area is great for families: there’s always somewhere to go or something to do, and far from traffic, too. Also, the people of Letna create a lively, healthy community, as witnessed by the mayor of the entire Prague 7 district, who was voted in as an independent candidate of a purely local movement. The Letna is spread over a hill and the plain at its top has always been a strategic point for military purposes. It was even used by Soviet helicopters that landed here during the 1968 invasion. Today, it is known for its relative affluence, a Bohemian feel with lots of art-related spots, incl. the National Gallery or the Academy of Fine Arts, and a plethora of independent galleries, and for the splendor of the ubiquitous 1930s Constructivist buildings. It is also a great place to visit if you want to see something outside of the centre and just browse a few streets with the locals. Last but not least, Letna is the neighborhood of our awesome Prague rental apartment (if you’re reading this from the apartment now - because we set this as the load page on the computer's browser - welcome in Prague!). Now, we have suggested a cool walk from Letna to the Holesovice district a while ago on this blog, but we thought Letna needed a closer look. Here’s our small guide to the neighborhood.

Review: Illusion at Six by Nico

Review: Illusion at Six by Nico

by Briony Cullin @ The Glasgow Food Blog | Only the best restaurants in Glasgow

Six by Nico is the talk of the town this year in Glasgow – they stormed onto the Finnieston scene with their new restaurant offering a set 6-course menu which changes every 6 weeks. 

Restaurant Bao

by Anders Husa @ andershusa

f you love Taiwanese gua bao as much as me, you have to check out restaurant Bao the next time you are in London. Actually, they have three different venues now, but the original one is in Soho. The two others are in Fitzrovia and Hackney. These fluffly little pieces of deliciousness go under many names,

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ROASTED ORANGE CABBAGE W/ BAKED TOFU SLABS

by malin nilsson @ Good Eatings

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Karolina's Five Favorites in Prague

Karolina's Five Favorites in Prague

by Taste Prague @ PRAGUE FOOD BLOG - Taste of Prague Food Tours

We continue with the 2nd edition of our “Prague Five Faves”, where we introduce the people behind Taste of Prague and where we spill the beans on what we actually like in Prague. Next up: Karolina. When we told Michal, the sommelier at Cafe Savoy, that Karolina would we working with us, he had to have a seat. He knew her too well, having roamed the city with her, hopping from bar to bar. He said she was perfect for us. And he was right. Yes, Karolina likes to party and we are yet to meet a person who wouldn’t want to have a drink with her, having known her for at least ten minutes. Yet she is organised and reliable. More than we are. We guess that’s what being a mom of a super cute toddler does to you. What Jan admires about Karolina is her system of “cheat days”. While Jan just goes on a eating rampage with the will power of a three-year-old in an empty candy story without adult supervision, Karolina stays calm, breaths in, breaths out and let’s the opportunity go, instead waiting for one of her cheat days when the limits are off. Eating out with her is fun: just like Zuzi, preparation seems to be a big part of Karolina’s eating out experience. She just has a plan when she walks into a restaurant and sticks to it. And we like a woman with a plan. Karolina’s also an unlimited source of incredibly funny stories and an open book who just loves people. Need a recharge? Just give Karolina some enthusiasm and affection, and you’ll get it back tenfold. And she’s our resident dim sum dumpling expert. A lover of Asian cuisine, she knows where to go and what to get. Just ask her. Trust us.

Cool drinks in cool places in Prague

Cool drinks in cool places in Prague

by Taste Prague @ PRAGUE FOOD BLOG - Taste of Prague Food Tours

Visitors come to Prague not suspecting how much walking they will do: the centre is very compact and it just makes sense to walk everywhere. But boy oh boy, when it gets hot during the Prague summer months, a day of sightseeing can get pretty exhausting. That’s when it is very important to hydrate. And does a splash of alcohol in your drink really hurt? No, we don’t think so either. Recently, a group of Australians who joined our Prague food tour spent the next afternoon in a wine bar opening seven (not a typo, seven) bottle of wine. I think they made more memories - and friends - they ever would walking the city. So really, in a way, this post is not about cool drinks in Prague. Let’s think of it as a post about making cool friends in Prague. (Yes, it is important to rationalise your day drinking on vacation, and we are happy to help.)

Sidecar

Sidecar

by CL @ Copenhagen Restaurant Guide

Treat yourself to a delicious semi-buffet brunch at Sidecar, with your choice of warm dishes prepared straight from the kitchen.

Hungry for hygge: A bite of Copenhagen culture and cuisine

Hungry for hygge: A bite of Copenhagen culture and cuisine


Urban Adventures

There’s a lot to like — a lot to love, really — about Copenhagen. It’s historic, it’s modern, it’s clean (bu...

Vietnamese Pho around the world: Pictures and Reviews | Expatolife

Vietnamese Pho around the world: Pictures and Reviews | Expatolife


Expatolife

Are you curious how Pho looks like in different countries? Check out ictures and reviews about Pho around the world here.

Where to eat and drink

Where to eat and drink


CPH:DOX

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FESTIVE MILLET SALAD IN ROASTED PUMPKIN BOATS

by malin nilsson @ Good Eatings

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Eating out in Vietnam

Eating out in Vietnam


The Economist

As communism crumbles, a great cuisine revives

I would recommend Bonjour Vietnam

I would recommend Bonjour Vietnam


https://www.r2n.dk/

Bonjour Vietnam på Vesterbro er ikke bare et af Københavns smukkeste spisesteder, men også stedet hvor man kan nyde rigelige portioner af Vietnams skønne og friske køkken. Book hér og få rabat på hele regningen i aften!

The Most Amazing Vietnamese Cyclo Ride

by @ The Travel Ninjas

My first Vietnamese cyclo ride was the most amazing in the whole country. The “driver” pulled me and the cyclo WITH HIS EYES! I thought...

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Review: Fylkir of Copenhagen

Review: Fylkir of Copenhagen

by Briony Cullin @ The Glasgow Food Blog | Only the best restaurants in Glasgow

Fylkir of Copenhagen popped up on my instagram and I rushed along to visit the next day – a new opening on the southside serving beautiful Danish food? I knew I had to try it ASAP! 

Glasgow Food News: March 2017

Glasgow Food News: March 2017

by Briony Cullin @ The Glasgow Food Blog | Only the best restaurants in Glasgow

I've been tweeting all the Glasgow Food News I come across using #GlasgowFoodNews, so I thought I should do a roundup of what's happening around Glasgow here too

17 Best Restaurants in Ho Chi Minh

by @ The Travel Ninjas

The best restaurants in Ho Chi Minh will amaze you with bold flavors, fresh ingredients, perfect balance – and super cheap prices. We lived in...

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Propellor Meet-Up @ Techfestival on September 7!

by Mads Mikkelsen @ CPH:DOX

Propellor Film Tech Hub is hosting a meet-up during the new Techfestival in Copenhagen on September 7 - and you are invited!

Madklubben Frederiksberg merges breakfast and lunch with a new and tempting all day menu

by Kaspar Mørk Arianto @ Madklubben

Some mornings you feel like having chia pudding and other mornings you feel like having a burger. Some lunches you feel like having a salad with broiled goat cheese and other lunches you feel like having soft boiled eggs and a croissant. At Madklubben Frederiksberg we’ve eliminated the boundaries and liberated your food cravings with a brand new all day menu selection, which will be in effect all days of the week from 9 am through 4 pm...

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Lêlê - Modern Vietnamese Cuisine - Copenhagen | CREME GUIDES

Lêlê - Modern Vietnamese Cuisine - Copenhagen | CREME GUIDES


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What feels like a decade ago – I was backpacking in the south of Vietnam for just two weeks. The people, the food and the landscape took me by storm - just like the amazing Vietnamese restaurant Lêlê at Vesterbro in Copenhagen.

See our opening times during Christmas and New Year’s

by Kaspar Mørk Arianto @ Madklubben

Check out our list get a full overview of the opening hours at all of our 14 restaurants and one cocktail bar.

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Top 25 Best Dishes of 2017

by Anders Husa @ andershusa

t’s that time of the year again. The moment to look back at the year that has passed, but also to scout ahead towards new adventures. In the tradition of this blog, I shall list the 25 best dishes I ate in 2017. This year,  I have made a few unofficial rules in order for

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11 Best Vietnam Destinations

by @ The Travel Ninjas

With so many great Vietnam destinations, choosing is tough. After more than a year here, we haven’t seen it all, but we can help narrow...

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PEANUT BUTTER HOT POT W/ WINTER VEGETABLES + CHICKPEAS

by malin nilsson @ Good Eatings

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My Most Engaging Media in 2017

by Anders Husa @ andershusa

am not going to bore you with a long summary of where I traveled and which restaurants I dined at in 2017. Instead, I’ll leave you with a top 5-list of my most engaging media in the year that has passed. Both videos which I publish on my Facebook and Youtube, photos and videos that

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Sabi Enzo by Alekseyi

by Anders Husa @ andershusa

he city of Sandnes just took one big culinary step in the right direction. Sabi Enzo by Alekseyi opened without much fuss on September 9th, 2017. To my knowledge, it hasn’t received any reviews yet. Perhaps, due to the fact that this is not really a brand new restaurant, but rather an addition to Sabi Sushi

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LêLê Kopenhagen: voor het beste Vietnamese eten!

LêLê Kopenhagen: voor het beste Vietnamese eten!


| Yourlittleblackbook.me

Copenhagen Little Black Book: LêLê the best Vietnamese food in town!

Israel-Palestine Food Tours Promote Culinary Diplomacy

by Jess Kapadia @ Food Republic

Diplomacy comes in many forms — preventative, soft power, Machiavellian coercion — so many kinds you might not even be able to narrow down your favorite means to an end. Former NBA star Dennis Rodman would have you believe that regular basketball games between the U.S. and North Korea would completely mend relations, for example. […]

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12 Houston Restaurants: New, Classics, The Best Pho In America? - Food Republic

12 Houston Restaurants: New, Classics, The Best Pho In America? - Food Republic


Food Republic

According to chef Justin Yu, Houston is an eating city.  “It’s really based on a lot of cuisines and cultures and people who base their life around coming together and eating,” he told us recently. And while we hear this sentiment of pride often when a local chef starts talking about his community, Yu pretty much hit it on the head. You go to Houston to eat. Period. And eat really, really well. Here are 12 places you should visit.

PLUM AND ALMOND CAKE (GLUTEN-FREE)

by malin nilsson @ Good Eatings

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Osteria Francescana

by Anders Husa @ andershusa

 am walking down the cobblestone streets of Modena, headed for Via Stella – the star way. Quite ironic, when your destination is the three-Michelin-starred restaurant Osteria Francescana. In a few minutes, I have an appointment with Massimo Bottura – one of the world’s most famous chefs. You may have seen him in the very first

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Big plans for 2018: Get excited for these new Madklubben restaurants

by Kaspar Mørk Arianto @ Madklubben

2017 was a fantastic year for our Copenhagen based restaurant family. We welcomed Madklubben Frederiksberg in a 19th century train station, opened the doors to Tony’s Østerbro as well as a stylish event space in the iconic ”PARK” building on Østerbrogade, relocated Asian crowd favorite Hanzō to Værnedamsvej and premiered Madklubben Nørrebro in a semi-secret courtyard below the city’s famous ”IRMA” rooftop neon signs.

Now we welcome 2018 and it will be another year packed with new restaurants as well as transformations of existing venues. Get the full lowdown here...

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How To Make Foolproof Parisian Gnocchi

by Tiffany @ Food Republic

Brown your butter and pick your herb (we suggest sage or parsley), because it’s time to make pillowy gnocchi! Our friends at ChefSteps wrote in this week with this French twist on gnocchi. Instead of employing the traditional potato, this recipe calls for a pâte à choux — the same dough used to make éclairs […]

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Moving to Berlin - 8 things that has surprised me as a someone from Copenhagen

Moving to Berlin - 8 things that has surprised me as a someone from Copenhagen


Lars Holdgaard

After a nice summer in Denmark, I decided to move to Berlin for 3 months. My co-founder is German and has always wanted to try to live in Berlin, so this was a great excuse to try something new. Having a history full of digital nomadism, I was ready to try something new. I’ve never … Continue reading Moving to Berlin – 8 things that has surprised me as a someone from Copenhagen

Best ice-cream in Prague

Best ice-cream in Prague

by Taste Prague @ PRAGUE FOOD BLOG - Taste of Prague Food Tours

Summers in Prague can be excruciating. Especially in the past few years, as Czechia (yup, we’re using the new abbreviated name for the Czech Republic) has been getting more tropical weather from the South. As temperatures reach 30C/85F, the cobblestoned streets heat up, and air-conditioning is hard to find in the Unesco-protected historical centre. Your answer? Ice-cream. In your face, climate change! But where to go for great ice-cream in Prague? We’ve gathered a few of our favorite ice-cream parlors and a few ice-cream purveyors you should look out for. And a few bonus tips on how to stay cool in summer Prague. Here’s a list of what we think is the best ice-cream in Prague.

3 Best (Legit) Saigon Spas

by @ The Travel Ninjas

Cheap massages abound in Saigon (aka Ho Chi Minh city). It’s a real perk when traveling here, but the quality and “reputability” of the massages...

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Pjoltergeist is Closing

by Anders Husa @ andershusa

ad news for all Oslo foodies! Pjoltergeist is closing. Yes, the best casual restaurant in town without comparison, and my personal favorite in Oslo, is shutting the doors for good. I knew this day had to come one day, but I was hoping it would be closer to 2028 than 2018. According to several sources, the restaurant

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What to see, eat and drink in Glasgow in 12 hours

What to see, eat and drink in Glasgow in 12 hours

by Briony Cullin @ The Glasgow Food Blog | Only the best restaurants in Glasgow

We met at Glasgow Queen Street Station and after a bit of a mix up with left-luggage, headed to Finnieston for lunch at The Gannet.

Will These Biodegradable Bags Make It To The Mainstream?

by Tiffany @ Food Republic

To every hopeful tote-bag-carrying environmentalist, plastic bags’ days are numbered. Bans on bags are slowly sweeping nations and companies alike. And Indonesian-based Avani Eco is dedicated to making biodegradable bags out of yuca root. Avani Eco’s bags solve the problem of plastic harming animals when found in the seas because of its water-soluble properties. Since they’re made entirely of […]

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Nomsly Meal Delivery For Kids Opens Up A World Of Flavor

by Jess Kapadia @ Food Republic

Boston-based Nomsly is redefining meal delivery for kids. While many grocery and meal kit delivery services include options for kids’ meals, Nomsly is the first focused entirely on childhood nutrition from start to finish. Business has been great for the community, too: Ingredients are sourced in part from the urban farm at reVision House family shelter, […]

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Pairing Food With Art

by Anders Husa @ andershusa

Sponsored ne of my favorite places to hang out in Oslo, whether it’s a warm summer day or a crisp winter morning, is in and around the Astrup Fearnley Museum and its accompanying café Vingen Bar. This combined restaurant, coffee shop, and cocktail bar is now run by the guys from Fuglen coffee bar in

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Jan's Five Favourites in Prague

Jan's Five Favourites in Prague

by Taste Prague @ PRAGUE FOOD BLOG - Taste of Prague Food Tours

If you follow us on social media, you may have notice a big change in the Taste of Prague world: we have grown. And it’s time to introduce ourselves, which is exactly what we’ll do in a series of our “Prague Five Faves”, where the people of Taste of Prague spill the beans on what they like.  We’re kicking off with Jan. He likes to call himself Taste of Prague’s “Supreme Leader”. Until Zuzi enters the room. Anyway, nerdy and mostly lovable - and “too nice” according to Karolina (Zuzi shakes her head in disapproval), Jan is a people person. Zuzi sometimes complains that when she walks off to the restroom and comes back, she can hear Jan’s voice, as he’s chatting to the other people in the restaurant. And it’s totally true. He just can’t help it. Jan has a discerning palate and appreciates great food, yet shows no detectable ownership of will-power whatsoever when it comes to various types of junk foods. Nutella, French fries, burgers and pizza, you name it, he’ll eat it. the faster the better. Apart from food, he is a linguist and translator (“That’s Doctor Jan to you!” he exclaims whenever he’s fighting with Zuzi over anything and loses) and his biggest life achievements are the facts that he was an extra in Barbara Streisand’s Yentl (true story) and went to high school with Beyonce (true story too).

10 Scandinavian Food Bloggers You Should Check Out

by Anders Husa @ andershusa

ho are the most dedicated, passionate, and influential food bloggers that write about restaurants in Scandinavia? I’ve asked this question to a select group of foodies, chefs, and restaurateurs in Norway, Sweden, and Denmark. It turns out there are very few names that come up – and even less that are top-of-mind. As soon as

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Where to find the best snacks in Athens

by Rebecca Skevaki @ Urban Adventures

The Athens food scene is pack with snacks, most of which you can feel good about because they’re made with healthy ingredients like olive oil, honey, local cheeses and fresh vegetables. (Chemical-laden and processed convenience foods are hardly appealing when you’ve got a cuisine as tasty as that of the...

WALNUT DUKKAH

by malin nilsson @ Good Eatings

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Last chance: See where we still have available seats for New Year’s

by Kaspar Mørk Arianto @ Madklubben

Haven’t you yet planned how to round off 2017 and greet 2018? Then we suggest, that you stop by our webshop, where you still can find tickets for a refined New Year’s Eve dinner at one of Madklubben’s restaurants. But hurry – just as the New Year’s firework the sale of tickets is likewise an explosive affair.

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Registrations are open for Propellor FilmTech Meetup#1!

by Mads Mikkelsen @ CPH:DOX

Join FilmTech Meetup Copenhagen on Sept 7 - an evening full of Insights | Inspiration | Interaction!

Farmers markets in Prague: Where to go and what to taste

Farmers markets in Prague: Where to go and what to taste

by Taste Prague @ PRAGUE FOOD BLOG - Taste of Prague Food Tours

Prague farmers markets are, without a doubt, one of the best things to do in Prague. As a Prague attraction, they are authentic, genuine and popular among the locals. Prague markets are on throughout the year, most typically on Saturday mornings, with an ever-shorter pause in January and February. Visiting Prague farmers markets is a great idea for so many reasons, but primarily, they nicely show what is in season at the particular time of the year and what you should expect - and demand - on the menu in the best restaurants in Prague. We have picked the four best farmers markets in Prague we think are worth visiting. You can find more farmers markets in Prague, but we visit these four the most.

Listen To Food Republic Today: Alex Raij

by Tiffany @ Food Republic

Be sure to subscribe to Food Republic Today on Apple Podcasts or wherever you get your podcasts. And please rate the podcast and leave comments! Subscribe: Apple | Stitcher | Spotify | TuneIn Chef Alex Raij is a boss. She runs three restaurants and a café in New York, co-wrote a cookbook with her husband and chef/partner Ener Montero, and raises her little ones. Raij and Montero’s La […]

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THREE PLACES I LOVE IN MALMÖ + VLOG

by malin nilsson @ Good Eatings

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La Neta

La Neta

by CL @ Copenhagen Restaurant Guide

La Neta is a new Mexican restaurant in the trendy end of Nørrebro, close to the beautiful lakes. Meaning “truth” in Mexican slang, the taquería serves honest, authentic street food prepared with fresh local ingredients and homemade tortilla.

Copenhagen – Rumors & Newly Opened Restaurants

Copenhagen – Rumors & Newly Opened Restaurants


andershusa

Discover new places before everyone else. These are restaurant rumors and information about newly opened places in Copenhagen, Denmark.

Eat like Bourdain

by Tyler Elmore @ Explore Parts Unknown

Pap, sheep's head, and brisket.

Vietnam - Food, Flavour and Phở | The Travelbunny

Vietnam - Food, Flavour and Phở | The Travelbunny


The Travelbunny

Vietnamese cuisine with its refreshing flavours, citrus hits and use of distinctive herbs and warm spices is one that'll shake up your taste-buds.

Da Nang Quan Review: Central Vietnamese Food in Oakland

Da Nang Quan Review: Central Vietnamese Food in Oakland


Bites & Bourbon

My entire life I've been fortunate to have access to the most amazing home cooked Vietnamese food made by my mom. There's nothing like a steamy hot bowl of bun bo hue, a spicy lemongrass beef noodle soup with beef shank, pork roll, congealed pork blood, and pork leg/feet. There's no other bun bo hue

WEEKEND IN DUBAI VLOG

by malin nilsson @ Good Eatings

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Af: Nora

by Nora @ Kommentarer til: Best vegan and vegetarian food in Copenhagen

Thanks for all the great tips! My mom is vegan and coming to visit next week. You saved the day!

Best beef steak tartare in Prague

Best beef steak tartare in Prague

by Taste Prague @ PRAGUE FOOD BLOG - Taste of Prague Food Tours

Ahhh, the joys of devouring a good steak tartare! One of the most feared - and later one of the most loved - dishes we order in the course of our Prague Food and Culture Tours, beef steak tartare is one of the most popular dishes eaten in Czech pubs and arguably the king of a specifically Czech category of foods found in many Prague restaurants: “snacks that go well with beer”. Forget about the naysayers and fear mongers. You should give it a try in Prague. Where and how? Read on.

Prague off the beaten path: Bethlehem Square and its surroundings

Prague off the beaten path: Bethlehem Square and its surroundings

by Taste Prague @ PRAGUE FOOD BLOG - Taste of Prague Food Tours

Calling an area this central “off the beaten path” can be quite daring, but we think the stretch of the Old Town between the National Theatre and the Charles Bridge can offer a truly authentic, local experience, with many venues frequented more by locals than foreign visitors. You see, most of Prague’s visitors move between the two bridges along the river bank, which surely is beautiful, but sadly bypasses some hidden, shady streets just a block away from the river that can offer some nice culinary and shopping opportunities.  And on top of that, this area, which takes the total of some 15 to 30 minutes to explore at a leisurely pace, is just utterly beautiful, with a nice, quiet atmosphere that can be enjoyed literally seconds from the madness that is the Charles Bridge. Just a few steps away, you have an area where you can fall in love with Prague all over again, have a breather or contemplate the day in some of the nicest cafes and bars in Prague, and talk to the owners of some of the nicest and cleverest shops in the entire city. What follows are our personal tips for the area.

A Comprehensive Dog-Friendly Guide to Glasgow

A Comprehensive Dog-Friendly Guide to Glasgow

by Briony Cullin @ The Glasgow Food Blog | Only the best restaurants in Glasgow

Dog friendly restaurants in Glasgow? We've got you sorted. We've got restaurants, cafes, bars, pubs and more – our guide is always expanding and covers the West End, Southside, City Centre and Merchant City.

La Banchina in Copenhagen

by Anders Husa @ andershusa

a Banchina is a tiny wine bar, café, and restaurant, located in an old boathouse with a wooden pier along the harbor at Refshaleøen. Particularly in the summertime, this is a small paradise in Copenhagen. Enjoy natural wines, organic food and simple Italian cooking by the waterside.

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Food in Vietnam: 40 delicious dishes you’ll love

by thevietnamese @ Thevietnamese

(CNN) — Vietnamese cuisine doesn’t win any points for complexity. Many of the most popular dishes can be made just as well on the side of … View More

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GLUTEN-FREE Banana Pancakes

GLUTEN-FREE Banana Pancakes

by noreply@blogger.com (Hataichanok Unphon) @ NoKiNoK


This weekend I made gluten-free banana pancakes. This recipe is very easy to make. You can eat the pancakes with honey, jam, fruits, or whatever you like.

Ingredients (6 pieces)

45g rice flour 
45g potato starch
30g tapioca flour
pinch of salt
5g Cream of Tartar
3g Bicarbnate of Soda
25g caster sugar
1 large egg, beaten
200ml whole milk
1 large banana, well mashed
10ml olive oil
2g cardamon seed powder (Optional)
3g nutmeg powder (Optional)
5g vanilla sugar (Optional)

Instructions

  1. Mix rice flour, potato starch, and tapioca flour. Sift the mixed flour, salt Cream of Tartar, Bicarbonate of Soda, and sugar into a bowl and make a well in the centre.
  2. Add the egg and milk. Whisk into the dry ingredients until well blended. 
  3. If you like to spice up the batter, mix with cardamom powder, nutmeg powder, and vanilla sugar.
  4. Add mashed banana. Whisk until well blended. 
  5. Heat a large frying pan until hot and brush lightly with a little oil. Pour 2 large spoonfuls of batter in the pan and cook over a medium heat for about 2 minutes until bubbles appear on the surface.
  6. Flip over and cook for another 2 minutes until golden. Remove from the pan, cover and keep warm whilst preparing the other pancakes in the same way. 
  7. Serve warm with sliced banana, a spoonful of jam and drizzle with honey.

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3 x Breakfast Oatmeals & Copenhagen

3 x Breakfast Oatmeals & Copenhagen


Green Kitchen Stories

Even though we have posted countless porridge recipes on this blog – baked, soaked and cooked – we recently realized that we never have posted one of our standard breakfast oatmeals. Oatmeal is one…

Prague Foodie Map (2nd edition) out now!

Prague Foodie Map (2nd edition) out now!

by Taste Prague @ PRAGUE FOOD BLOG - Taste of Prague Food Tours

Oops, we did it again. (Oh, this never gets old. Thank you, Britney.)  Yes, we’re happy to announce that the second, updated and improved edition of our Prague Foodie Map, our Prague food guide, is finally out. Our curated selection of the best restaurants in Prague, along with best coffee shops, bistros and bars in town. The first edition sold out in less than six months (the recommendation in the Food & Wine magazine helped). The new, second and improved edition adds more tips and Prague travel advice, mostly based on two things: (1) our own travels, and (2) the most common questions that get asked on both of our Prague food tours.   We travel quite a bit, and if you’re following us on Instagram (if you don’t, drop everything and do it now), you know it’s mostly for food. And we’ve always wanted to have a reliable, honest guide for each city we travel to, written by a local foodie. With things that only make sense to taste, and nothing more. A guide devoid of cliches and stereotypes. With tips that get you outside of the beaten path. Basically a guide a local would endorse. So we wrote one for Prague. And now you can have it, too.

SNICKERS TRUFFLES (VEGAN AND GLUTEN FREE)

by malin nilsson @ Good Eatings

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Review: Alchemilla

Review: Alchemilla

by Briony Cullin @ The Glasgow Food Blog | Only the best restaurants in Glasgow

Choosing where to go for birthday lunch is a pretty big decision for me, but this year it was pretty simple. We'd been to Alchemilla in December and I was totally blown away by the food, so we booked for lunch on my birthday. 

Hello 2018: Blog Goals & Travel Plans

by Ha Truong @ Expatolife

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Happy New Year everyone! Today is the first day of 2018, so I wish you a great year ahead. As I discussed yesterday in 2017 Reflection, setting goals is really important in blogging. Here are my blog goals & travel plans for this year!   1. Learning SEO I haven’t focused on SEO in 2017, […]

Hello 2018: Blog Goals & Travel Plans
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The best Prague cafes (2017 edition)

The best Prague cafes (2017 edition)

by Taste Prague @ PRAGUE FOOD BLOG - Taste of Prague Food Tours

The cafes in Prague are great, and the specialty coffee they serve is seriously good. It's easy to forget that or take it for granted. But when we travel, one of the things we miss the most about Prague is coffee. It's really that good. It hasn't always been the case. Five yeas ago Zuzi came back from the specialty coffee workshop and the number of coffee shops we could visit shrunk to about two or three, much to Jan's dismay. Now when a new cafe opens, it is more likely to have good rather than bad coffee. Sure, they rarely bring anything very new or different to the table, but they are usually good. And it's not only about the "centre" anymore. None of the residential districts that surround it are actually lacking in the specialty coffee department.  So what makes the cafes in Prague so special? Passion. Specialty coffee seems to be a viable career in Prague, and the baristas of Prague's best coffee shops seem to genuinely like what they do. Most of the coffee shops are  independently owned and can source their coffee from wherever they wish. Prague's leading specialty coffee roaster has set the prices of coffee fairly low, which means you get great bang for your buck. And at the coffee scene's core lies a community of baristas who know and continue pushing each other. And you generally don't get any attitude or scolding when you want sugar in your coffee.  It's time to reap the benefits. Here's the best cafes in Prague, according to us.

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Anna's Five Favourites in Prague

Anna's Five Favourites in Prague

by Taste Prague @ PRAGUE FOOD BLOG - Taste of Prague Food Tours

Still going on strong with “Prague Five Faves”, where we introduce the people behind Taste of Prague and where we spill the beans on where we like to eat in Prague, and whom we like to webstalk. Next up: Anna. If there is a true food nerd in the Taste of Prague team, it must be Anna, a.k.a. the Food Pioneer. I mean, how many inches wide should be the fat layer on a 10-month old Prestice pig? Yeah, we have no idea. Let’s ask Anna! She’ll know! And you know what? She will. And her stories all involve food, foraging, working at the butcher shop, or something along those lines. Many people think that we all eat too much food. Anna doesn’t just eat it. She lives food.  And she puts all her nerdy food wisdom into practice. As a graduate of the Agricultural University, she has now turned her thesis paper into a popular elderflower soda called Divozenka, available in selected shops and cafes in Prague. You should check it out. And Silak, her beef and chicken broths, have been staples at Prague’s farmers markets, which are the places she loves the most we think.  We met her once at the Dejvice market, the last one of the season. She said she’s closing early because she has to make the round and talk to all the other vendors to say bye and see what they’re up to. And that’s Anna. Connecting with other people through food. We like that.

Creepy Vietnamese foods in one adventurous meal.

Creepy Vietnamese foods in one adventurous meal.


The Travel Ninjas

Read about we ate some creepy Vietnamese food like tarantulas, scorpions, lizards and live worms in one adventurous meal.

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