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How to Eat Like an Insider in Top European Cities
This guide comes courtesy of INSIDR, a friendly travel startup born in Paris in 2015. The goal of INSIDR is simple but ambitious: to help foreign travelers prepare their trip to Europe with qualitative content, recommendations, and innovative new services, like the INSIDR smartphone: a fully connected phone you rent while traveling, complete with maps and access to local experts! Welcome to Europe with INSIDR. (See Insidr's Paris recs in this earlier post.)
London’s dining scene has been completely reborn in recent years—the city is now regarded as one of the best food cities in the world, right alongside the likes of New York, Paris, and Tokyo.
What really makes London’s food stand out from other European cities is its diversity. The U.K. capital is a melting pot of cultures, a fact that really shines through its food offerings. Vietnamese, Turkish, Japanese, Italian, Indian, Peruvian, Spanish, and Sri Lankan are just some of the cuisines that London’s top restaurants are serving.
pszczynaI had this traditional polish soup at a place called Pszczyna and it was awsome. Especially, I liked that the are serving it in a hollowed bread Read more
A'Cuncuma, Via Judica, 21, PalermoPalermo is known as one of the first street food cities in Italy; nonetheless it's rich in gourmet restaurants for more sophisticated palates. My husband and I went to A'Cuncuma restauran… Read more
Caffe Torino, TorinoSitting outside at the classic Caffe Torino, people watching and sipping the delicious, indulgent local specialty - the bicerin - is a simply delightful way to spend an afternoon. It’s a drink co… Read more
Yeni Lokanta, IstanbulAfter a few days of traipsing around the city with children in tow, we sat down for a civilized, adults-only dinner at Yeni Lokanta. With the children safely tucked up in bed with their babysitter,… Read more
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