For those living outside Canada’s west coast, Vancouver sounds like a fantasy land. There is sun, surf, mountains, and of course, food! In addition to being a cultural hotspot, Vancouver is Canada’s top destination for exciting culinary experiences.
The west coast is known for embracing creativity and bending the rules inside the kitchen. Taking this wild-child attitude, combined with diverse cultural influences, makes for a thriving culinary scene. In the past, travel trends might have centred around history or night life but now, food is topping the charts. Popular travel sites have even begun to consider culinary trends in their recommendations to travellers. So, what is it that makes the food scene in Vancouver so great? Continue reading “Vancouver as Canada’s Top Culinary Destination”
The Arundel Food Festival is an occasion to remember. If you have never had the opportunity to experience the fun that is on offer then you should definitely consider incorporating this into your plans for next year. The festival takes place during October – a month which many would agree leaves them in need of a holiday. Summer is gone, yet Christmas is still too far away, thus October needs a bit of excitement. If you like the sound of this then you should definitely start looking at the rental cottages available in Arundel and the surrounding areas. Sussex is filled to the brim with fantastic self-catering cottages and these offer the ideal base for you to enjoy the unique food festival.
If you aren’t too familiar with the Arundel Food Festival then as you may have gathered by the name it is celebration of local food and drink. And trust us; the food and drink of Sussex is to die for – especially in Arundel. This is because of the town’s perfect location. Arundel is situated in between the Sussex coast and the beautiful South Downs National Park. This means that there is some of the tastiest and freshest food you will ever experience. Who doesn’t love a good bite to eat? Continue reading “Join in with the fun of the Arundel Food Festival and hire a cottage in Sussex”
Sizzling grills, fragrant curries and contemporary cuisine: London does Indian food better than any other western city. Picking the top 5 out of so many spectacular establishments is a hard task, but here goes
Benares serves modern Indian cuisine with a British twist, and is situated in the heart of Mayfair. Run by Atul Kochhar – a twice Michelin starred chef – he has cleverly incorporated his Indian heritage with his love of British ingredients to create an innovative and unique menu. Try the Goan-style seared mackerel fillet which is a popular dish in the indian restaurants. Continue reading “The Top 5 Indian Restaurants In London”