Japan is a world full of culture and cuisine, where the best food to eat in Tokyo is a combination of both traditional dishes and fine-dining experiences. As you take a tour of the vibrant city, you will find street vendors in high demand. Each one often specialising in just one or two dishes.
Did you know there are more Michelin Star Restaurants in Tokyo than any other city in the world? In fact, as of 2020, there’s a staggering 226 to choose from within the Japanese capital. It’s not an accolade that’s handed out lightly either, so it’s no wonder food tourism in Tokyo is such a big deal.
When visiting Corfu, you’ll find some of the best restaurants in Greece for authentic and traditional local food. As well, of course, as some popular fine-dining experiences, making Corfu a fantastic destination for any self-proclaimed foodie.
Ever wanted to learn how to cook authentic Italian cuisine? Our Milan cookery classes invite you to do just that, with the expertise of a local chef.
Italy is well known for its love of pasta and pizza, but sometimes you may wish to venture out of the traditional. As such, giving you a real taste for authentic Italian cooking and a new list of recipes to add to your repertoire.
Situated in the Lombardy region, food and wine tours in Milan are a fantastic introduction to the cuisine of Northern Italy. As not only is Milan known for being a gastronomical delight, but it’s also famous for its colourful art scene and home to a world of Italian fashion.
Experience the very best in Greek cuisine by joining one of our private food and wine tours in Corfu, available throughout the island.
Greece is known for its grilled meat, fresh fish and healthy salads. However, there’s so much when it comes to authentic Corfiot dishes. Some of the regional favourites include sofrito beef and the traditional pastitsada, while sweet dishes such as Pasta Flora and a loaf of Fogatsa bread are also just as delicious.
When it comes to Greek cuisine, the most popular of Corfu food are often among some of the more authentic local dishes.
As a general observation, food in Greece is often based around the fruits of the sea and fresh naturally grown produce. Meanwhile, meat can be found slowly cooking over charcoal, while washed down with a fine bottle of Greek wine.
If you are a foodie visiting Newcastle or the North East of England for the first time, there are some traditional Geordie dishes and delicacies that you simply must try! Geordie folk love their food –from Singin Hinnies to Pan Haggerty Potatoes.
Reykjavik is a coastal city, as such the top food tours often have fresh seafood featuring heavily on the menu. However, because of the harsh winters, the local cuisine can range from rather basic, to the very creative. Although, having said that, we also have some hidden gems available within our tours.
The Icelandic capital of Reykjavík is known for its vibrant atmosphere, natural beauty and stunning landscapes. It’s also home to some amazing fine dining restaurants, giving you a taste of luxury while during a food tour of the island.