While some of the best food and drink experiences in Edinburgh may involve a whisky tour or eating haggis, Michelin Restaurants are a little more refined.
Within close proximity to ancient Greek monuments are some of the best restaurants in Athens, with award-winning chefs. Where foodies can experience fine dining of the 21st century against a backdrop as old as 800BC. During our food tours in Athens, our tour guides will be more than happy to point you in the direction of their favourite restaurants.
Dining out at the best restaurants in Dubai must be up there as one of the ultimate foodie experiences. It’s the chance to eat at some of the most incredible and prestigious restaurants in the world. Food experiences in Dubai include celebrity chefs through to traditional buffets and international cuisine.
Be inspired by the following UK food bloggers, who will excite you with both their recipes and food experiences around the world.
Thanks to the internet, you no longer need to trawl cookbooks for the latest cookery tips. Likewise, food tourism can come directly to you, as you discover world cuisine without leaving home!
Enjoying popular street food tours is an important part of experiencing the food culture of almost anywhere in the world. Street food itself isn’t particularly new, however, changing trends and the increase in food tourism leaves foodies craving for more.
If you are a wine connoisseur then wherever you are visiting, wine tour may well be the food and drink experience for you. However, other than sampling fine wines, it could something you’ve not done before.
As such, we’ve put together a guide of what to expect when going on a wine tour. Including how to prepare for the day and some tips to help get you in the mood.
While microbreweries in Europe are by no means a new concept, they have certainly seen a resurgence in recent years. It’s often the chance to support small, independent breweries while sampling some of the best beers in the world. As such, both brewery and distillery tours are also proving popular, very much for the same reason.
The typical foodie will go that extra step to discover new ideas, embracing a wide variety of food cultures and international cuisines. Many people enjoy fine dining, the occasional takeaway and fancy themselves as a bit of a home cook. However, mealtimes for a foodie is much more than breakfast, lunch and dinner. As such, a true foodie will often be seeking out new food experiences and places to eat.
With so many options, the question of “How much of a foodie are you?” can be particularly subjective. You’ll soon discover just how much you love food with one of our food tours. However, the real answer can only really be determined by the individual concerned. The reality is that if you consider yourself a bit of a foodie, the chances are you’re probably right!
The international gin market has exploded in recent years. With new gins appearing on both supermarket shelves and sat behind the bar of your local pub. With the likes of Gordon’s and Bombay Sapphire once having dominated sales, brewery and distillery tours show this is no longer the case.