5 best classic British restaurants in London
One of London's most famous seafood restaurants opened in the 1890s at St Martin’s Court in exchange for permission to serve dinner after a performance for Lord Salisbury. And after…

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5 best classic British restaurants in London
One of London's most famous seafood restaurants opened in the 1890s at St Martin’s Court in exchange for permission to serve dinner after a performance for Lord Salisbury. And after…

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Best Amsterdam Restaurants
In this article you will learn about the best restaurants in Amsterdam, where you can eat well after a wild night of partying, or a busy day with sightseeing. Since…

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Belgian street food: what to eat on the streets of Brussels

Belgium has its own special tradition of street food. On city streets, you are unlikely to see the usual abundance of hot dogs or hamburgers. But there are many stalls with national food: from french fries and waffles to sea snails and other unusual delicacies. In short, Brussels can really surprise you. 5 main dishes of Belgian street food French fries Golden and crispy, soft and incredibly tasty, French fries have been and remain the most popular and famous street food in Belgium. It is sold everywhere: from stalls, in food trucks and in cafes. It’s best to try the frits – as the Belgians themselves call their potatoes – in branded frits (frietkot) or fritters (friterie), which specialize in cooking this dish. Here, a huge number of various sauces are offered to it, starting from the classic version with mayonnaise and ending with unique Continue reading

What kind of beer to try in Denmark

Every true fan of foamy certainly knows the Tuborg and Carlsberg brands. But far from all the regulars of pubs and bars, these popular brands are associated with Danish beer. The history of brewing in Denmark The first mention of a foamy drink in the country dates back to the historical period when Vikings lived in the territory of modern Denmark – more than 50 centuries ago. In the Early and Classical Middle Ages (V – XIV centuries), housewives, as well as monks of Augustinian and Benedictine monasteries, were engaged in beer production. Small breweries gradually appeared, which in 1525 united into a guild. This date is considered the beginning of the development of Danish beer production. Today, the adult population of this small Scandinavian country drinks more beer than residents of France or neighboring Continue reading

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Bacchus
Located in a 17th-century building in Mdine, in rooms built by the Grand Master of the Order for Ammunition. I hosted many banquets, weddings, etc. There is the opportunity to order a special menu for a large group of people. In the summer months, you can sit in the air, enjoying beautiful views and a beautiful garden.

Seats: 600 outside on the terrace, 500 inside in the banquet room. There are also interior rooms with 45 and 80 beds.

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7 best restaurants in Dublin
If ten years ago, Dublin was just the right place to drink a pint of beer at a local pub, now it is experiencing a real restaurant boom. The economic…

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“FOOD MEETS FUTURE” IN NATIONAL GALLERY, SINGAPORE
In 2019, S. Pellegrino, the world leader among manufacturers of sparkling mineral water, celebrates its 120th anniversary. We went to Singapore for The World’s 50 Best Restaurants 2019, organized by…

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Where to eat in Prague
One of the main attractions of Prague is Czech national cuisine. Truth be told, there isn’t even any original dishes in the Czech Republic - a “boar’s knee”, it’s also…

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7 best restaurants in Dublin
If ten years ago, Dublin was just the right place to drink a pint of beer at a local pub, now it is experiencing a real restaurant boom. The economic…

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