It is a well-known fact that the best way to discover a new place is through food….OK, that is just my opinion but I stand by it! However, sometimes it can feel a little overwhelming when you are in a city for a short time and you want to try all kinds of new and… Continue reading Exploring Lisbon’s Culinary Roots – Taste of Lisboa Review
Getting into the spirit of the festive season was a little harder in 2020 than previous years for us. Tough times and restrictions galore meant we were struggling to find enjoyment in the twinkly lights or shopping for gifts. However, our trip to Bath in Somerset really pulled us out of the doldrums and into… Continue reading A Very Festive Afternoon Tea at The Pump Room – Bath, UK
Venice Beach is a suburb of Los Angeles but it feels like a totally different place. Eclectic shopping, relaxed pedestrian strolling and delicious tastes abound. To learn all about this chilled out spot, and to have rather a fabulous selection of dishes for lunch, we went on a Venice Beach Secret Food Tour. NB: As… Continue reading Discovering Venice Beach Through Food – A Secret Food Tours Review
New Orleans is a culinary wonder. Influences have poured in from France, the Caribbean, the British and more recently, the Vietnamese. It has led to a city that is rightly known for its unique flavours. Creole meets Cajun, meets American, meets European. It’s quite the melting pot. So what better way to get under the… Continue reading 8 Foods You Must Try in New Orleans – A Sidewalk Food Tour Review
London has been gripped by an obsession…or maybe it is just me. When two of my favourite activities collide (dining and theatre) they create immersive dining. The leading lights of the immersive dining revolution, Gingerline and Favourology have done it again with their latest Chambers of Flavour incarnation, Chambers_. After our latest excursion with them,… Continue reading Loving London – A Full(ish) Chambers_ Review – Immersive Dining Joy!
Afternoon tea is one of those must-do experiences for visitors to London, and Londoners alike. What isn’t to love about sitting for an hour or two with the ones you love whilst demolishing a selection of cakes and pastries. There are so many afternoon teas on offer around the capital that there is something to… Continue reading Loving London – B Bakery Bus Afternoon Tea Tour of London Review
When we began our research into Israeli cuisine, we realised just what a confusing business it is. Israel has influences from its direct neighbours, and much further afield. The best way to get our heads around it was to explore the wonderful array of choices with the experts. Enter Delicious Israel and their Eat Jerusalem… Continue reading Exploring Machane Yehuda Market, Jerusalem with Delicious Israel
If you are heading to Prague then you probably want to try some amazing traditional food. Where can you go to make sure the food you are eating is authentic Czech food and not just mediocre tourist fare? These are some of the best restaurants to try Czech food in Prague and they all have… Continue reading The 6 Best Restaurants to Try Czech Food in Prague
London’s Soho is the West End’s most diverse and exciting zone. Emerging from its seedier days, in recent years a wave of gentrification has swept through, opening it up as a more family friendly destination. One of the things that has long made Soho an interesting place, is the amazing range of food options. In… Continue reading Eat Your Way Around the World in Soho, London
London is swarming with bottomless brunches. They vary wildly in price and value for money. Some cost a small fortune and only serve alcohol for an hour, or an hour and half. The Aeronaut, however, offers two brilliant brunches, and the Turbo Brunch at The Aeronaut is, in our opinion the most exciting bottomless brunch… Continue reading Loving London – Turbo Brunch at The Aeronaut
Funicular Productions’s immersive dining experience Murder Express is a show. A fun murder mystery performance, a fine dining menu and a wonderful attention to detail all add up to great night out.
Taiwan is a foodie’s dream. There is a huge variety of cheap and ridiculously tasty street foods. Probably its most famous export, is Din Tai Fung. Din Tai Fung is a mild infatuation for us here at flying Fluskey. We ventured out to the Hong Kong branch of Din Tai Fung on our first visit… Continue reading A Visit to the Original Din Tai Fung – Taipei, Taiwan