Where To Eat: Rome

Italy edited (54 of 73)Despite Italy having a reputation for the most widely loved cuisine, possibly in the world, we’ve heard several different people say that they haven’t had a good meal in Italy’s capitol, Rome. This, to us, is madness. Rome has such a beautiful history of unique Italian cooking, dating back hundreds of years. From deep-fried artichoke in the Jewish Quarter, to tripe and other offal from Testaccio, to delicious pasta dishes such as carbonara and cacio e pepe. Stray just a little way off of the beaten tourist path and you can find some of the best tasting food in Italy. Continue reading


Where To Eat: Berlin

Berlin edited 20 (1 of 1)Berlin is one of the cultural capitols of the world with its history, art, fashion, and cuisine. We were lucky enough to visit the city twice last year and fell in love with the culture as well as the huge array of food and drink on offer. We found ourselves eating currywurst, fried sausage covered in curry ketchup, for a quick lunch every other day and all of the delicious German pastries and desserts we could find. One of our favorite pastries in particular is unique to Berlin, the Berliner donut, stuffed with jam and covered in icing or powdered sugar. It didn’t take long, however, to find that Berlin has much more to offer than just the traditional German cuisine. Continue reading