If you ask me, Brussels is synonymous with four things: Tintin, Manneken Pis, chocolates, waffles, and fries. Oh that's five things.
Now since this is a food blog, I'll leave the reporter and the peeing boy alone, and focus on food in Brussels! Wait, I'm going to leave the waffles out too, because I really couldn't say if one was better than the other - they're everywhere, and they all taste just as good, so go anywhere, and you'll be just fine.
Here are a few delicious recommendations for everything from moules frites to chocolate mousse.
Earlier this month we visited Copenhagen for our friends’ wedding. The bride and groom being foodies and travellers too, we had the happy opportunity to sample some great Danish food as part of the wedding celebrations! Wedding done on Friday, we also took advantage of the weekend that lay ahead to do a bit of foodie travelling. Chilly winds notwithstanding. A bout of food poisoning notwithstanding!
I wrote about the unexpectedly extraordinary keema pav at Toto's Garage a while ago. Discovered as part of my annual trip to India when I spend quality time sampling great food around the country. In Mumbai, I discovered brilliant vegetarian street food at Elco Pani Puri Centre.
Three reasons why The Bar Stock Exchange in Kurla, Mumbai, gets my vote: quirky concept, it's open air, and food is great!
What better way to celebrate my Gran's 80th birthday than to get away for an extended weekend break to a boutique resort in the Himalayas? Shaheen Bagh on Mussoorie Road proved a delight for the soul, and for the taste buds.