From oysters to sea salt, Restaurant Le Relais des Salines and La Salørge highlight the best products the Île d’Oléron in Poitou-Charentes, France, has to offer.
With incredible restaurants for all budgets, countless festivals, and food museums, Brussels is at the heart of the Belgian culinary scene. Here are 5 reasons Brussels must be on your Foodie Bucket List.
Guest contributor, Monika, reviews one of our favourite Lebanese restaurants in Brussels, O Liban.
One of my most frequently asked questions is ‘where can I get a good Indian Curry in Brussels?’ While London used to be my ironic reply, Brussels finally has good Indian restaurant options for curry-lovers.
If a delicious meal of local, artisanal products, in a beautiful setting, with 70 new friends sounds like a good idea, make friends with Vrienden van de Smaak in Belgium.
Our top 10 Slow Food Restaurants in Brussels, Belgium, embrace the movement’s guiding principles of Good, Clean, and Fair in delicious ways.
Traditional Belgian meatballs are taken to a whole new, tasty level at Balls & Glory meatball restaurant in Antwerp.
Belgium is best known for beer, but Belgians are also producing some fabulous spirits. The new distiller, Belgin, produces two gins and two liqueurs and we recently gave them a taste.
Is it possible to know too much about Belgian beer? Find out if you’re a Belgian beer snob with our 10 signs you know too much about Belgian beer.